Tips From Journalists: How To Build Great Connections with Media
This document gives tips on how to develop strong long-term relationships with the media in your area.
Press releases, media advisories, and statements are formal communication tools that your group can use to get its messages out to media. Think of them as the type of communication you have with reporters that goes out on your organization’s nice letterhead stationery. Ideally, they’re just one way that you’re in touch with your media...
In the wake of the domestic terrorist attack and white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA, it is important that we take a critical look at our role in dismantling systems of oppression.
A core Indivisible principle is that we must model the value of inclusion in our work and challenge efforts to silence the voices of people who have been marginalized or excluded. This resource offers concrete steps we can take to build the powerful, effective, and resilient movements that we desire and that a just society demands.
We all need to make inclusivity a core focus of our advocacy. This document shares best practices for how to build inclusive partnerships by building trust and reaching out respectively.
A summary of the different media training resources available.
The Indivisible Project and The OpEd Project are excited to be publishing this joint resource. The OpEd Project's mission is to increase the range of voices and quality of ideas we hear in the world, with a focus on increasing the number of underrepresented voices and thought leaders in influential public forums. The Indivisible Project’s...