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NCoC Learning Circle: Local & National Efforts to Get Out the Vote - Shared screen with speaker view
Jamie Engel
21:23
Jamie, NCoC, New York City!
Sara Gifford
21:23
Sara, Activote, calling in from chilly Boston
Jeremy Garson (Bridge Alliance)
21:45
Jeremy, Bridge Alliance, sunny (finally!) New Jersey
Margaret Marsh
21:46
Margaret Marsh, Civic Nebraska , Hastings NE
Cameron, NCoC, he/him
21:48
Cameron, NCoC, Portland, Oregon!
Jules Ward
21:49
Jules, Civic Nebraska from Lincoln NE
Dan Rothstein
21:53
Dan, Right Question Institute's "Why Vote?" Initiative in Boston
Julianna Cann
22:07
Julianna, Rock the Vote, DC
Lilli Jackson
22:07
Lilli, Fair Count, Macon, Georgia
Sarah Graham
22:15
Sarah, YWCA National Capital Area, Washington, DC
Melissa Lyon
22:19
Melissa, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina
Ayde Avila
22:25
Ayde Avila - Colorado
Daniel Bennett
22:27
Daniel- Civic Nebraska, Scottsbluff, NE
mikeforsythe
22:27
Mike Forsythe, Civic Nebraska
Lane McLelland
22:48
Lane McLelland, University of Alabama, Crossroads Civic Engagement Center
Beza Zenebe
22:51
Beza Zenebe, Blue Haven Initiative, based in Boston
John Kilcoyne (he/him)
28:56
If you have any questions, please feel free to drop them in the chat!
Justin Williams
45:18
Question: Democracy depends on "both sides" being committed to protecting the institutions and transferring power peacefully after elections.However, we seem to be living in an era where there is a "democracy schism" between left and right.Are there any best practices for messaging and activities that can be effective in building trust and activating both left and right voters to join the pro-democracy work. And that doesn't become labeled as politically partisan.
Jeremy Garson (Bridge Alliance)
51:45
in terms of languaging assistance, I would recommend the Red / Blue Dictionary by AllSides - https://redbluedictionary.org/
Jeremy Garson (Bridge Alliance)
52:49
it's broader than "democracy" messaging, but perhaps that makes it more useful?
Justin Williams
55:44
Yeah, happy to ask live. Just let me know.
Justin Williams
56:26
Thanks for that link, BTW!
Sarah Graham
56:33
YWCA’S across the nation are engaging in voter outreach! I know many would be glad to partner.
Justin Williams
01:03:02
I have an innovative program concept for registering young voters and would be happy to share that during Q&A.
John Kilcoyne (he/him)
01:04:22
https://www.creativesforthecount.org/
John Kilcoyne (he/him)
01:05:04
https://www.civicnebraska.org/election-2022/
Kevin Shanker Sinha (CivicGeorgia)
01:10:44
*Really* good idea engaging teachers & students (thoughtfully) in the classroom context
Kellen Edmondson (he/him/his), HeadCount
01:15:31
The non-partisan disclaimer is key I think!
John Kilcoyne (he/him)
01:17:47
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/civic-language-perception-project-by-pace-tickets-288726848777