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  2. Y’all, I had a blast last night hanging out in Laramie with you. THANK YOU.

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  3. The intro for this panel discussion can be found here.

    Here are some of the articles I read while prepping for the segment:

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  6. I’m really psyched to announce that in partnership with my speaking agency, Aid & Abet, I’m launching a series of boot camps across the country. Our pilot is in San Francisco on March 5, 2012:

    You know about social media. You know that you’ve got to get on board with it for your organization, or for your own activist work. You may have even signed up for Twitter or Facebook already, but you don’t know where to start. What are the right tools to use? What do I say? Why are other people doing this? And, perhaps, most importantly: how the hell do I know if it’s working?!

    View the full event page for the whole description and pricing information, and to register. We’re also offering scholarships for those in need.

    WE ARE GOING TO HAVE SO MUCH FUN.

    Oh, and speaking of need, I should mention how this idea came about– a lot of people come to Jen Angel (of Aid & Abet) and I looking for a hands-on workshop, but can’t afford to bring me into their organization or event. This workshop will get folks who need it the most, working on the front lines, the skills they need without emptying their budgets.

    Based on how things go in SF, I’ll be offering this boot camp in other cities (likely next up will be NYC and DC), and possibly online. If you’re interested helping to host one in other cities, please let us know– leave a comment below or send me an email. And, if you’re interested in bringing me to your organization for a group training or strategy session, drop Jen a line.

  7. (Thanks to the Women’s Media Center for capturing this appearance.)

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