Actions and Strategy
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This tactic really has nothing to do with birds or dogs—but it is known as an incredibly useful way to pressure your target. Click here for the guide.
In the Internet age, face-to-face contact is even more important to persuade your neighbors to support an issue or candidate. Learn how to organize a successful door-to-door canvass. Click here for the guide.
As constituents, it's our right to meet directly with our elected officials. Get the tips for organizing a successful meeting. Click here for the guide.
As simple as it sounds, passing out hundreds or even thousands of flyers or leaflets can be an incredibly powerful tactic. Click here for the guide.
As activists and organizers, we often want to change the entire world. Learn how to develop strategic and measurable goals that move us toward that vision step by step. Click here for the guide.
We amplify our message when we get local and national coverage of our events. Learn the tips for organizing a newsworthy event and how to increase the likelihood of getting press coverage. Click here for the guide.
Rallies range from a strategic event with a few people to a massive mobilization with thousands. No matter the size, learn how to run a smooth rally. Click here for the guide.
The most tried-and-true way we know to get people out to events is to pick up the phone and call them. Learn how to build a team that will be a recruitment machine. Click here for the guide.
Who doesn't like to be strategic? Learn how to turn the resources you have into the power you need to win the goal. Click here for the guide.
Everyone loves tactics (often to the detrmient of figuring out the strategy first!). Get tips on deciding specific, clear, and measureable actions or tools that will use our resources to build power over our target. Click here for the guide.
Even with the best goals, strategy, and tactics, we can't win a campaign without a solid timeline. Get tips for intentionally arranging your tactics to build power over time. Click here for the guide.
We can't do it alone. Thankfully we have powerful allies in our communities. Learn how to build relationships and trust—so that we can build our resources and win. Click here for the guide.