Video Advocacy – It’s Easier than it Looks

Recently my colleague Adam Linker and I had the opportunity from our friends up in DC at the Georgetown Center for Children and Families and Atlantic Philanthropies to leave the North Carolina Justice Center and travel to other state capitols around the country.   Packing our bags and braving airport security lines, we visited several state collaborations of organizations working on improving the health and well-being of children.  Our mission was to share our success at making short videos and give our fellow advocates the fancy equipment and basic knowledge to do the same – but we came away with much more.  Read the full story at my guest blog at CCF.

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