Digital Organizing Training for Sanctuary 2014
Friday, October 17, 2014 by Michelle0 Responses

Webinar Recording of the Digital Organizing Training for Sanctuary 2014

This training covers the for using online tools to enhance your offline organizing and campaigns in the Sanctuary 2014 movement. Presenters include: 
- Isaac Luria (VP of Auburn Action at Auburn Seminary) has been a pioneer in digital strategy and communications for over 10 years. 
- Michelle Reyf (Director of Groundswell at Auburn Seminary) is an online organizer and campaign strategist for the multifaith movement for justice.

*Fast forward to 1:45 for the introduction by Rev. Noel Anderson, and 7:00 for the beginning of the webinar.*

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