Political Education

Do you remember what was on the Constitution test in high school?  It imparted some basic information about the federal government in Washington, D.C., if you can still remember it.  Well that was that.  Contemporary American citizenship requires more realism, more personal interest in social issues you care about, and practical knowledge and skill to lead and advocate for your cause.

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Engage Leaders: Join the Movement

Communication Tips for Advocates

Best Practices: Lobbying Congress

How Law is ‘Really’ Made in Washington

‘Branding’ Yourself, Really

Being An Authentic, Creative Leader

Winning Favorable Media Coverage

‘All Politics Is Local’