ICT4 Teaching Change Through Hands-on Action Event

Posted by Cynthia Baumann on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 11:58 AM

Change doesn’t just happen.  People make it happen.  And, with election season rapidly approaching, ICT4 is teaching change through a hands-on action event.

Learn from Kyle Aldrich, Lower New England and Mid-Atlantic Regional Organizer for Indivisible, and others, who will both inspire and educate.  From canvassing and voter registration to new communications apps and phone banking, learn about the kinds of change-making activities that really work and how to employ them.

Guests will have an opportunity to test their new skills in various role-playing scenarios, with experts standing by to critique, answer questions and discuss personal concerns, fears and misgivings.  

Hear from the next generation of activists – the students.  Representatives from Staples High School who are part of Students Demand Action will provide updates on their voter registration initiative and about what they are doing to make sure the world they’re inheriting is one where democracy, equality, truth and justice reign.

Building on ICT4’s successful April Evening of Action event, guests will also have an opportunity to execute a few specific hands-on actions on upcoming legislative issues, and will receive a list of pending State House and Senate bills so they can take further action at home on issues that are of interest to then.  

RSVP at www.ict4.org.


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