Recorded in August 2020

2020 has already been a year filled with election conversations, public scrutiny of current elected officials and hopeful candidates, and a bombarding of policy information in our emails, on social media, on television, on radio, and anywhere else we consume information.

This fall, the presidential election will occupy even more media attention, and beyond who will occupy the White House, voters are also evaluating candidates in local elections, the entire House of Representatives, a third of Senate seats, and 13 governor races.

It can feel like a full-time job learning where to get your information and how to stay on top of all the policies impacting crucial issues from healthcare to climate change to gun control to civil rights. Our webinar taught participants how to manage it all this election season.

Following a presentation by She Should Run’s Political Pipeline Director, Jarinete Santos, our guest speaker, Eboni K. Williams, Host & Executive Producer of REVOLT BLACK NEWS, provided her insight and advice for surviving and thriving throughout the months leading up to an election.

Webinar participants gained:

  • The confidence to engage with election news and media
  • Ways to identify opportunities to get involved in the democratic process
  • And understanding of the importance of women’s representation on the ballot
  • A game plan to prepare for upcoming elections

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