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  • Uncategorized | Page 3 | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    Vote While most of the media led their stories with the protest around rising fares and reduced services at the MBTA the State House News gave a few more details including the Uncategorized Nearly 200 teenagers will lobby state lawmakers today by admin on Apr 27 2012 No Comments And they did Well Erik Ariel Torres from ABCD University High School said there were at least 60 of them There s a real crisis with the levels of funding said Lew Finfer an organizer for the Youth Jobs Coalition About 1 200 jobs are at stake in the Boston Herald on Wednsday the 25 Boston s Thomas M Menino and 20 Featured Uncategorized The EBT Debate the Video by admin on Apr 27 2012 No Comments This 35 minute debate was preceded by hours and hours of negotiations between Legislators who filed amendments to severely restrict the use of EBT Cards by welfare recipients to prevent fraud and Legislators who were concerned that the proposed solutions were unenforceable and threatened small businesses and certain professional services carefully itemized on a 16 Featured Uncategorized Budget Debate Process Nobody said it was going to be easy by admin on Apr 26 2012 No Comments It was a lousy process for fans of transparency who long for the time we had 10 full days and nights of televised debate one line item at a time Never mind there were huddles of legislators in the corners of the Chamber or gasp behind closed doors developing arguments and and counting votes in relative Featured Uncategorized Tired of WonkTalk about RomneyCare Woops ObamaCare by admin on Apr 21 2012 No Comments Health reform advocates have a really hard time talking plain English So from HCFA s resident wiseguy I mean really smart guy Ari Fertig Featured

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  • Tired of WonkTalk about RomneyCare? Woops! ObamaCare? | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    Staff Did you hear Trainings Upcoming Events Monthly Samplings Leadership Programs Case Studies Campaigns Partners Resource Library Publications Videos Featured Uncategorized Tired of WonkTalk about RomneyCare Woops ObamaCare by admin on Apr 21 2012 5 28 pm No Comments Health reform advocates have a really hard time talking plain English So from HCFA s resident wiseguy I mean really smart guy Ari Fertig Tags Fun Health Reform Smart Previous post

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  • Knowing How to Say Thank You | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    Library Publications Videos Featured Uncategorized Knowing How to Say Thank You by admin on May 30 2012 1 54 pm No Comments Rep Steve Walsh with Paul Crowley GLSS And the Mass Home Care Association knows how to do it through their AT HOME Newsletter emailed to almost everyone in the Commonwealth it seems We all get an E Mail asking us to download AT HOME announcing The following 20 people in order of appearance are in this June 2012 AT HOME Therese Murray Bruce Tarr Richard Ross Brian Joyce Steve Walsh Linda George Pat Jehen Steve Brewer Steve Grossman Cheryl Cannon Katherine Clark Harry Reid Cindy Mann Nancy Pelosi Henry Claypool Bruce Darling Patrick Deval Tim Murray Ai Jen Poo Mike Dukakis At Home features straightforward stories with just enough detail reporting on the following Long Term Supports Coordinators Make It Into the Senate Health Reform Bill Senate Completes Work On Its Version of Health Reform Bill Protective Services Budget Amendment OK d home care not and more Find the whole newsletter here Do read the whole thing It is really terrific And you will find the whole fact filled in plain English Mass Home Care Association website here

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  • House Vs. Senate Health Reform Plans: Let The Comparison Shopping Begin | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    Shopping Begin by admin on May 10 2012 12 14 am No Comments Plain talk is what we civilians need here and WBUR s CommonHealth s blog called Reform and Reality gets off to an excellent start with this entry The Massachusetts House released its plan for cutting health costs on Friday The Senate is releasing its own plan today And now begins the public compare and contrast period the

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  • Massachusetts Leadership Academy | Strengthening the Next Generation of Activists for Social Change
    introduces two of Boston s greatest education advocates and organizers Rep Byron Rushing and Sarah Ann Shaw Featured Uncategorized The most fun message training ever by admin on Jun 27 2012 No Comments What kind of story do you tell So far the most fun on site coaching event is a very lively interactive message development session which helps volunteer activists and professional advocates learn how to turn a Chicken Little story that people ignore into a Little Train that Could story that makes people want to Featured Trainings What Does it Take to Promote Positive Change in Our Communities by admin on Jun 13 2012 No Comments Answer One person or organization willing to be a part of a greater network fueled by a common vision for the right solution Individuals organizations communities learning from each other drawing from a comprehensive library of public policy resources and organizing tools Leadership Academy Training Programs Be part of the Academy s Featured Resources Do you have Real Clout by admin on Mar 30 2012 No Comments There s no secret for how to win the policy change you re looking for just a series of planning and organizing activities that add up to a campaign Start by learning how the policy making process works the Real Clout textbook was written to serve as a how to manual for community activists who Latest entries Featured Uncategorized It Happened Last Night Value Based Messaging for the GLBT Community Organizing for Change by admin on Jun 13 2012 No Comments It happened last night But Barney had a severe case of laryngitis and could barely speak imagine and so he stayed home and drank hot lemon tea BUT the panelist moved ahead and led a series of smart and savvy discussions about the development of strategic messages and recruitment of strategic messengers to advance full Featured How often have you heard lately Oh I tweeted about that Or I posted that on my Facebook page by admin on Jun 10 2012 No Comments These five sentences from Tom Friedman s column in the NY Times about Egypt made me sit up straight out of bed on a beautiful Sunday Morning No doubt Facebook helped a certain educated class of Egyptians to spread the word about the Tahrir Revolution Ditto Twitter But at the end of the day politics always comes down Featured Bipartisan Disappointment Pilgrim Nuke Owners Lock Out Workers by admin on Jun 6 2012 No Comments They weren t at the picket line on Wed morning but at the news of the lockout Senate President Therese Murray and two House lawmakers on Wednesday called a decision by Entergy to lock out Pilgrim nuclear plant workers unacceptable and raised concerns about plant security Featured Uncategorized Knowing How to Say Thank You by admin on May 30 2012 No Comments And the Mass Home Care Association knows how to do it through their AT HOME Newsletter emailed to almost everyone in the Commonwealth it

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  • Massachusetts Leadership Academy | Strengthening the Next Generation of Activists for Social Change
    The most fun message training ever by admin on Jun 27 2012 No Comments What kind of story do you tell So far the most fun on site coaching event is a very lively interactive message development session which helps volunteer activists and professional advocates learn how to turn a Chicken Little story that people ignore into a Little Train that Could story that makes people want to Featured Trainings What Does it Take to Promote Positive Change in Our Communities by admin on Jun 13 2012 No Comments Answer One person or organization willing to be a part of a greater network fueled by a common vision for the right solution Individuals organizations communities learning from each other drawing from a comprehensive library of public policy resources and organizing tools Leadership Academy Training Programs Be part of the Academy s Featured Resources Do you have Real Clout by admin on Mar 30 2012 No Comments There s no secret for how to win the policy change you re looking for just a series of planning and organizing activities that add up to a campaign Start by learning how the policy making process works the Real Clout textbook was written to serve as a how to manual for community activists who Latest entries advocacy Featured Teens Uncategorized 16 Candles and a Ballot in Lowell by admin on Nov 30 2012 No Comments Vote 17 Lowell still working at setting an example for the rest of the country We were very happy to be featured in the The New York Times Upfront magazine for students all across the country to read about our efforts to lower the voting age in Lowell from the Free Library In 2009 city advocacy Uncategorized And Then We March by admin on Nov 28 2012 No Comments A Call to Action from our friends at Rosie s place Let s take it to the streets On Wednesday December 12 at 12 00 noon we will gather at the closed gate of the Massachusetts State House right across from the famous Robert Gould Shaw Monument and march around the block to the DHCD office 100 advocacy Featured Resources Uncategorized Taxes for Transportation Human Services Chopped Liver by admin on Nov 25 2012 No Comments News Nearly six years after a bipartisan commission sounded the alarm about a transportation system in a crisis so severe that it carried a shortfall of nearly 1 billion a year Governor Deval Patrick will ask lawmakers to solve the problem with a plan that includes higher taxes Comment Are we serious about fulling funding advocacy Featured Uncategorized Dance the Aadvo cats 2 Step for the Homeless on Black Friday by admin on Nov 20 2012 No Comments You remember Tommy Finneran He was forever complaining about the aadvo cats two step that started off by lobbying to create new public programs that helped our poor elderly and disabled clients get health care affordable safe housing job training and placement nutritious food and

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  • 2012-05-21_12-16-42_372-300×225 | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    and organizations effectively and confidently participate in public life and influence the advancement of social economic and racial justice Mission History Trainings Resource Library About Mission History Staff Did you hear Trainings Upcoming Events Monthly Samplings Leadership Programs Case Studies Campaigns Partners Resource Library Publications Videos 2012 05 21 12 16 42 372 300 225 by admin on Jun 24 2012 12 13 am No Comments Find it Fast Follow

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  • disabled | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    Upcoming Events Monthly Samplings Leadership Programs Case Studies Campaigns Partners Resource Library Publications Videos Posts tagged disabled Featured Protesters Chain Wheelchairs Together Halt Traffic in Beacon Hill to Fight MBTA Fare Hikes by admin on Jun 24 2012 No Comments From City News Transit activists in wheelchairs chained themselves together and blocked traffic in front of the State House Monday to protest part of Governor Deval Patrick s plan to

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