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  • The most fun message training ever. | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    most fun message training ever by admin on Jun 27 2012 1 18 am 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

    Original URL path: http://www.realclout.org/?p=1439 (2016-02-09)
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  • What Does it Take to Promote Positive Change in Our Communities? | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    Promote Positive Change in Our Communities by admin on Jun 13 2012 5 28 pm 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 legacy of community leaders LEARN TO Manage a multi sector coalition Identify solutions through research actions Use value based messaging Conduct political feasibility analysis for your issue And more We help develop community based leaders who can SPEAK WITH CONFIDENCE and bring forward significant numbers of people to act with them We provide training and coaching to build internal organizational capacity to PROMOTE POSITIVE POLICY CHANGES with local and state officials We are GUIDING PARTICIPANTS through the advocacy and organizing practices they need TO BE STRONGER LEADERS We are establishing a NETWORK OF EXPERIENCED COMMUNITY LEADERS AND VOLUNTEERS willing and able to work together to evaluate advocacy conditions and to implement strategies to SOLVE COMMUNITY WIDE ISSUES Here you see some young people lobbying Rep Liz Malia on summer jobs Can

    Original URL path: http://www.realclout.org/?p=1383 (2016-02-09)
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  • Do you have Real Clout? | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    Leadership Programs Case Studies Campaigns Partners Resource Library Publications Videos Featured Resources Do you have Real Clout by admin on Mar 30 2012 6 32 pm 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 for one reason or another need to figure out how their state or county government really works Then embark on campaign planning the companion Real Clout Workbook walks professional and volunteer advocates step by step from strategic thinking to strategic doing Judy s Real Clout Workbook tools are invaluable for community advocates From coalition building how to s to the campaign activity templates I ve turned to Real Clout materials many many times in the years I ve been guiding public health advocacy campaigns This is a go to resource for me and when I m coaching others to do important policy change work Kitty Jerome national public health policy consultant Download or reference the Real Clout

    Original URL path: http://www.realclout.org/?p=755 (2016-02-09)
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  • Highlighting Organizers – Lew Finfer | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    Library Publications Videos advocacy Highlighting Organizers Lew Finfer by admin on Dec 5 2013 1 56 pm No Comments Lew Finfer from MCAN PICO Co Chaired the successful Raise up Massachusetts effort to get over a quarter of a million signatures to improve the lives of a million or so workers In this picture Lew is wearing a pin from Martin Luther King s last campaign Lew is an organizer without peer in Massachusetts Here is an article from the Brockton Enterprise covering the MCAN PICO chapter the Brockton Interfaith Organization Local activist joined supporters of two ballot questions that would raise the minimum wage and create a statewide earned sick time policy in Massachusetts to deliver a quarter of a million signatures needed to put both questions on the 2014 ballot The Brockton Interfaith Community helped coordinate the efforts of more than 30 congregations from across the city to collect more than 12 000 signatures for the two initiatives Those efforts were were part of a statewide push by the labor backed Raise Up Massachusetts Coalition which plans to hold a rally in front of the Statehouse before dropping the signatures off at Secretary of State William Galvin s

    Original URL path: http://www.realclout.org/?p=1756 (2016-02-09)
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  • On the Agenda at Last! Immigration Reform — No Excuses | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    Huffington s Post in part Globe The latest editorial cartoon from Tom Toles Less than a week to go till the March FOR America and the immigration blame game is kicking into full gear Democrats are blaming Republicans Republicans are blaming Democrats Meanwhile the DC punditry aided and abetted by a front page Washington Post story that doesn t have a source to cite is tripping over itself to write

    Original URL path: http://www.realclout.org/?p=1746 (2016-02-09)
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  • immigration reform | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    Upcoming Events Monthly Samplings Leadership Programs Case Studies Campaigns Partners Resource Library Publications Videos immigration reform advocacy Featured immigration reform On the Agenda at Last Immigration Reform No Excuses by admin on Jan 30 2013 No Comments from Ali Noorani s Huffington s Post in part Less than a week to go till the March FOR America and the immigration blame game is kicking into full gear Democrats are blaming

    Original URL path: http://www.realclout.org/?cat=69 (2016-02-09)
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  • TAX BREAKS for Ben Affleck. Tax hikes for everyone else. | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    sharp spin on a current hot debate in this case revenues Here in part TAX BREAKS for Ben Affleck Tax hikes for everyone else As he calls for 1 9 billion in new taxes that proposal didn t add up for Governor Deval Patrick So he s also proposing to cap the film tax credit at 40 million according to CommonWealth Magazine from the Commonwealth Magazine article in part The state s film tax credit offers virtually anyone who shoots a movie TV show or commercial in Massachusetts a credit equal to 25 percent of whatever they spend The credit can be converted into cash by selling it back to the state or to a third party who would use it to reduce his taxes The governor s announcement comes as the state Department of Revenue is preparing to release a report on the film tax credit s performance in 2011 For 2010 the Revenue Department said producers spent a total of 58 million filming in Massachusetts and received tax credits worth 14 6 million The agency at the time forecasted that producers would spend at least 222 million in Massachusetts in 2011 and possibly more in 2012 Producers would

    Original URL path: http://www.realclout.org/?p=1738 (2016-02-09)
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  • tax breaks | Massachusetts Leadership Academy
    Upcoming Events Monthly Samplings Leadership Programs Case Studies Campaigns Partners Resource Library Publications Videos tax breaks advocacy Featured tax breaks TAX BREAKS for Ben Affleck Tax hikes for everyone else by admin on Jan 28 2013 No Comments Joan Vennochi does it again A sharp spin on a current hot debate in this case revenues Here in part TAX BREAKS for Ben Affleck Tax hikes for everyone else As he

    Original URL path: http://www.realclout.org/?cat=67 (2016-02-09)
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