Does your organization take its activism to the street? This low budget urban social movement can be done with little funding and lots of creativity.
Here are some recent examples that come to mind. I know there are lots more– and would love to hear your examples.
Scientists on the Train
Hebrew University researchers take to the train for free monthly lecture series in specially designated compartments.
Recent lectures include a profile of Albert Einstein’s contribution to humanity (in honor of his March birthday which marks Israel Science Day), physics experiments in motion, and Israel’s development of new food crops, like genetically modified tomatoes.
My favorite quote from a passenger, “It was weird, but good.”
What would your organization do to go public? Lectures on trains and singing on street corners may seem extreme, but there’s always a lesson to be had in translating your mission and objectives into hands-on contact with constituents.
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