How to Run Digital Meetings So They Are Engaging and Drive Action

So after a crazy week of coronavirus news, you’ve pulled your staff from the field and decided to turn to digital meetings to continue the work of labor organizing. But how do you run those meetings so your members leave fired up to take action?

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6 Tips for Digital Organizing in the Age of Coronavirus

The coronavirus continues to spread—but the work of labor organizing must go on. That’s why digital tools are more important than ever.

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My 2020 Resolutions for Digital Organizing and Communications

As we enter a new year and a new decade, I’m feeling fired up to do the work of organizing.

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Why It’s Impossible to Target Latinos

Latinos aren’t a monolithic community. You need to understand the nuances if you want to successfully target them.

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Digital Organizing: Who Should Run It?

How should organizations structure the digital organizing function and who should own it? Here are some options to consider.

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Communications vs. Digital Organizing

Most communications departments aren’t well positioned to support organizing because of fundamental differences between the goals of the function and the needs of field campaigns.

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5 Reasons I’m Excited About Netroots Nation 2019

In just two weeks I’ll be heading out to Philadelphia for my very first Netroots Nation. This is the All Star Game of progressive gatherings…

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Diversity is Hard Y’all

Recently, a Politico piece by Jesus Rodriguez called out the Democratic presidential candidates for having poorly translated Spanish websites.

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Messaging and Pete Buttigieg

This New York Times article on Pete Buttigieg is super interesting and nails down why I think his candidacy has caught fire against the odds.

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The Death of Doorknocking

We already know that Millennials don’t watch cable TV and don’t talk on the phone. Now we can add another item to the list of things they don’t do: Answer doorbells.

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