Rural Strategies for CCL Chapter Success

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This training explores how rural-based chapters from Chatuge, Georgia to Birchwood, Wisconsin, from the high plains of northeast Arizona to the breadbasket of Nebraska are uniquely engaging their communities to be effective across all five levers of building political will.

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Did you know that three of out the top five most productive U.S. CCL chapters in 2018 are groups nestled within communities with populations smaller than than 1,000 people?

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Intro & Agenda
(From beginning)

Columbia County, NY: Outreach Methods
(2:40)

Chatuge, GA: Print Media
(14:00)

Flagstaff, AZ: Guerilla Tabling
(24:24)

Birchwood, WI: Business Outreach
(32:59)

Chadron, NE: Organizing Tips
(43:30)

Instructor(s)

Dr. Vernon Dixon

Jan Elise Storm

Dan Herscher

Don Bayles

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Intro & Agenda
(From beginning)

Columbia County, NY: Outreach Methods
(2:40)

Chatuge, GA: Print Media
(14:00)

Flagstaff, AZ: Guerilla Tabling
(24:24)

Birchwood, WI: Business Outreach
(32:59)

Chadron, NE: Organizing Tips
(43:30)

Instructor(s)

Dr. Vernon Dixon

Jan Elise Storm

Dan Herscher

Don Bayles

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Topics
Chapter Organizing
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