SESSION VII: APRIL 28, 2011—Carrying On

SESSION DOCUMENTS

Session VII PowerPoint Slides

SESSION VI: MARCH 2 & 3, 2011—Inequality

SESSION DOCUMENTS

Session VI PowerPoint Slides [will be uploaded shortly, please check back]

RESOURCE MATERIALS

You Can Get There From Here—An Occasional Paper Series from the Social Equity and Opportunity Forum of the College of Urban and Public Affairs, April 2008

Provoking Thought, Changing Talk: Discussing Inequality
Joseph Grady, Ph.D. Cultural Logic LLC
Axel Aubrun, Ph.D., Cultural Logic LLC

Provoking Thought, Changing Talk: Putting it into Practice
Lori Dorfman, Dr.P.H., Berkeley Media Studies Group
Lawrence Wallack, Dr.P.H., Portland State University

Narrowing the Gap, Leveling the Field: How We Talk About Economic Inequality
An analysis by Anat Shenker-Osorio

Applying What We Know: What Previous Research on Taxation, Government and Wealth Can Teach Us About Messaging Inequality
Anat Shenker-Osorio

SESSION V: JANUARY 6, 2011—You’re on TV!

SESSION DOCUMENTS:

Session V PowerPoint Slides

SESSION IV: DECEMBER 02, 2010

SESSION DOCUMENTS:

Agenda

Session IV PowerPoint Slides

Problem Framing Template—Used with the permission of Dr. Liana Winett

RESOURCE MATERIALS:

The Architecture of a New Racial Discourse—by Dr. Frank Gilliam

The Illogic of Literalness—by Dr. Frank Gilliam

FrameWorks Institute: Race

Thinking Change: Race, Framing, and the Public Conversation on Diversity: What Social Science Tells Advocates About Winning Support for Racial Justice Policies—The Diversity Advancement Project; Prepared by the Center for Social Inclusion for the Kirwan Institute for the study of Race and Ethnicity—Ohio State University

Discourses on Race and the Role of Government—Grassroots Policy Project

SESSION III: NOVEMBER 10, 2010

SESSION DOCUMENTS:

Agenda

Session III PowerPoint

Message Box Instructions

Message Box Template

Legislative Priorities Worksheet

Homework

Pre-reading: The Architecture of a New Racial Discourse—A FrameWorks Message Memo by Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr Ph.D.

RESOURCE MATERIALS:

Keeping our Message Big Enough—A Tip Sheet—Demos

Demos Public Works Partners Website:

For some of the materials you’ll need a username and password:

Username: publicworkspartners

Password: DPW2010

Please keep the username and password within the Advocacy College—Thanks!

News for a Change: An Advocate’s Guide for Working with the Media—by Dr. Lawrence Wallack, Katie Woodruff, Dr. Lori Dorfman, and Dr. Iris Diaz

SESSION II: OCTOBER 12, 2010

SESSION DOCUMENTS:

Agenda

Session II PowerPoint

Homework:

Homework Intro

Legislative Priorities Worksheet

RESOURCE MATERIALS:

Opportunity is the Road Home and Values are the Fuel that Powers Us—by Larry Wallack

From Poverty to Prosperity: Making the Case for a Public Response

Leveraging the Idea of Public Structures as the Foundations for Economy—Topos /Demos 2009

Government, The Economy, and We, The People: Creating Public Will to Shape an Economy that Works for all—Research Summary Topos / Demos 2009

Frameworks: Talking About Budget and Taxes Toolkit

Reframing Responsible: An Analysis of America’s Views on Government Spending, Deficits, and the Economy—Topos Partnership

Beyond “Living Within Our Means”—Topos Partnership

SESSION I: SEPTEMBER 15, 2010

SESSION DOCUMENTS:

PowerPoint Slides

RESOURCE MATERIALS:

Values:

Progressive Values Report

The Common Good, by Lawrence Wallack

Sightline on Values:

http://www.sightline.org/research/sust_toolkit/communications-strategy/values-communications

http://www.sightline.org/research/sust_toolkit/communications-strategy/faqs-framing

Social Math:

Excerpt from News for Change

Examples of Social Math

Frameworks on Social Math and Numbers:

The Storytelling Power of Numbers

Doing Social Math

Doing Social Math: A Case Study in Framing Food and Fitness

When the Facts Don’t Fit the Frame

Sightline on Social Math:

http://www.sightline.org/research/sust_toolkit/communications-strategy/flashcard-no-5-making-numbers-count