Connections Lab Study Group
Progressive Message Framing and Conversation Skills
Dates: May 15, 22, June 5, 12, 19 (Mondays at 6:30pm) Via Teleconference Call and/or Online Platform
***We will not meet on Monday, May 29 in honor of the Memorial Day holiday.**
Join our group and learn how to have effective conversations and help your local campaigns frame messages that speak to a broader audience.
Over the course of 5 weeks, each meeting will cover one of these 5 modules, complete with hands on exercises and discussion questions:
- Begin with Telling WhyFear Based Messages are Powerful: Here’s an Alternative
- Fear Based Messages are Powerful: Here’s an Alternative
- Adversarial Frames and How to Deal
- Three Powerful Simplifiers
- Values in Messaging – Learn to Frame Anything!
Amber Miller is the group convener.
After you register, Amber will contact you with Call-in information. You may call in with your phone or with your computer. Using your computer to call is free and does not use up cell phone minutes. For more information about the call-in options, contact Amber at amberWRmiller@nullgmail.com
The Connections Lab Study Groups curriculum was written by Julie Ethan. Julie co-teaches the Connections Lab Message Framing Workshops developed by herself and political activist George Greene. Workshop and study group materials draw upon the work of author and cognitive scientist, George Lakoff, among others. Julie Ethan has an A.S. in Nursing, a B.A. in Organizational Leadership and an M.A. from the University of San Diego in Peace and Justice Studies where she joined an international cohort to study conflict, human rights and economic development. As a consultant, Julie Ethan Consulting serves campaigns, candidates and social impact causes looking to improve their message. She writes content for websites, marketing literature and social media. Website: www.julieethan.com Phone: 612-405-0740
For more information about the Connection Lab see: www.goconnectionslab.org
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Amber Miller: amberWRmiller@nullgmail.com