Images are an important part of any digital advocate’s toolkit. The right image can draw people into your content, and also help them visualize and remember information. And on social media, your audience is more likely to share images than other types of posts. Today on the Spark Change Podcast, we talk about strategies for using different types of images, and free online tools for creating them.
Monthly Archives: September 2014
Why I Vote: Women and People of Color Fought for Our Rights
Join the National Registration Day movement;register to vote, or update your registered address now. Then watch our latest video, in which Imelda, an immigrant from Mexico, shares why she votes.
Why I (Will) Vote: To Make A Difference
Tomorrow is National Voter Registration Day! Need a little nudge to register or update your address? Read this second part of our "Why I Vote" series, in which high school student Leyi Lei shares why she can't wait to vote.
Why I Vote: Nothing Will Change If We Don’t
Registering to vote is the first step in creating change. To inspire you to register (or to update your address if you’ve moved), we invited a variety of people to tell us their thoughts on the importance of voting. First up is YWCA resident Lakesha.
Innovating Toward Academic Success: Empowering Students Who Are Homeless or Living With Toxic Stress
In this final post in our series on homelessness in the public education system, Perry Firth profiles promising programs that are addressing the needs of children living with poverty and toxic stress. Read about First Place Scholars, The McCarver Elementary School Special Housing Program, and trauma-informed schools in Washington state.