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Advocacy Teams Toolkit
Advocacy Teams can find lobbying, media, and organizing resources and report back on their work.
Advocacy Teams Calls
National Calls occur the 1st Wednesday of the month and Communicator Calls are the 2nd and 4th Thursdays, unless otherwise noted.
Prevent a Nuclear War with North Korea
In 2018, Advocacy Teams are lobbying to stop nuclear war. Today’s confrontation with North Korea represents the most urgent risk of nuclear war in a generation. Many of us are watching the conflict unfold between the leaders of our countries and feeling helpless. But the reality is, not only are we not helpless, but 535 members of Congress have a constitutional responsibility to participate in the decision of whether or not we go to war. Our job in 2018 is to galvanize congressional voices to speak out against a war of choice.
Meeting face to face with your members of Congress is the single most effective way to persuade them to support an issue you care about. Use these resources to meet directly with your members of Congress.
Updates from Advocacy Teams
Working with the media is an effective way to advocate; members of Congress pay close attention to their local media -- especially when they're mentioned by name.
Numbers make a difference, and legislators will be more inclined to vote your way if they feel there is a groundswell of support behind your position. You can create that wave through community education.
As a member of the Advocacy Teams network, you are an extension of FCNL’s work both in Congress and at home. When each person follows these guidelines, it strengthens the recognition of your work and helps you create professional-looking material.
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