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Sunday, August 3 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Moving People to Action: the Power of Storytelling

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Storytelling has always been a critical part of messaging, but it is even more important when it comes to motivating and engaging people -- especially across lines of age, race & class -- on important political issues. In this participatory workshop, we will help you craft and link three critical stories (the Story of Self, the Story of Us & the Story of Now) to help you build the power and resonance of your campaign into a highly compelling call to action.The Leadership Art of Public Narrative - Using your own stories to power your organizing

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Kristina Andreotta

Deputy Organizing Director, Citizen Action of New York
With more than a decade of experience in leadership training, Kristina has incorporated storytelling and public narrative into every aspect of movement building, from grassroots outreach to executive coaching. Kristina has a diverse campaign background that includes everything from fighting the deregulation of public utilities in the Midwest to working with impoverished fenceline communities alongside the oil refineries of Louisiana. She is... Read More →
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Tracy Givens-Hunter

Citizen Action of New York
As a champion of civil liberties and humans' rights, Tracy has served on the Lower Hudson Valley American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) since 2009, on the executive staff of the Southern Dutchess NAACP and Neighbor Team Lead of Obama For American during 2008 & 2012. She has conducted presentations to public schools in the Hudson Valley area and spoken on behalf of the LHVACLU about the Bill of Rights. She has given presentations on the history... Read More →


Sunday August 3, 2014 10:00am - 11:30am
The Lodge

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