Reflecting on the past decade of social activism in the U.S., one of our client strategists discusses the state of civic engagement today and the future of political movements in an ever-growing digital world.
Phone2Action co-founder and CEO Jeb Ory discusses how technology and politics are converging and shares advice for fellow entrepreneurs about overcoming the challenges of a SaaS startup.
Our co-founder Ximena Hartsock discusses how technology has changed activism and protests in today’s digital age, and why tapping into the internet and social media is crucial for modern-day advocacy.
Learn about all the work that is necessary to ensure a successful fly-in. In the age of virtual activism, there is still nothing like looking a legislator in the eye and telling a compelling story to influence policy decisions.
Erik Rosedahl explains the need to understand different types of activists and emphasizes that just focusing on the number of supporters can be misleading.
Andrew Stanley shares how advocates, organizations, and elected officials are using social media for advocacy.
How healthcare activists need to educate and identify stories that will drive home their messages.
Martyn Griffen and Christopher Arroyo predict we will see protests related to the proposed rule changes for net neutrality.
How movements come together, which ones become sustainable, and what counts as a successful protest or demonstration of disapproval, anger or support.