The newest post on the Nonprofit Communicator Blog is an insightful conversation with Tracy VanSlyke, co-director of The New Bottom Line and moderator for the Modern Mobilizing: Activism in the Digital Age panel at Making Media Connections. VanSlyke offers her revelations on how digital tools have changed activism.
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Many thanks to all the participants and attendees who made the Making Media Connections conference a success! Recaps of the panels and workshops will be available shortly on the resources and tips section of our site. Check back regularly or sign up for e-notes for updates on their availability. Until then, enjoy some photos from the event!
Guest post by Thom Clark The Internet brought more information to each of our desktops than we ever dreamed of 10, 15, 20 years ago. But in the last five years, the rise of social media and digital tools, like the tablet and smart phone, are transforming how many organizations get their work done, engage […]
The school board would do well to consider the common sense offered by Chicagoans at community hearings on school utilization, performance, safety, and finances; to fix Chicago's schools, we need collaboration, not policies that foment division. […]
We were talking about East African restaurants and this guy says he knows a bunch of great Somali places. I had no idea. Then we shifted to Ethiopian and on and on here in Chicago. We are the world of the tastes we carry, and tastes we explore. Here’s one about the booming variety of […]