Research: Reclaiming Government for America’s Future

by Sarah White on July 17, 2016 in Feature

Indivisible_Logo_RGBCheck out our latest research project: Reclaiming Government for America’s Future.

Resources for Talking about the Recurring Shutdown Showdowns

by Elaine Mejia on December 17, 2015 in December 2015 eNewsletter

It seems like only a few moments ago, as Speaker Boehner exited his role in the U.S. House of Representatives, that there was talk of a two-year budget deal. Two years with no showdowns that could lead to a shutdown … Continue reading

Halloween without Government Infographic

by Public Works on October 28, 2015 in Feature

Have you ever imagined a Halloween without government?  Join us as we do just that.  It’s not just scary, it’s DANGEROUS!  Check out our latest infographic: You can also download the jpg version here or the printer-friendly PDF version here. … Continue reading

New Tool! Narrative Checklist

by Public Works on September 28, 2015 in Feature

Do you need to craft messages and narratives for multiple issues? Do you want to weave them together seamlessly and to make sure that you don’t reinforce ideas that are counter to other causes you support? And do you want … Continue reading

Summer Reading List 2015

by Public Works on July 28, 2015 in Feature

Back by popular demand, we bring you our staff picks for good summer reading. These are the books we’re diving into this summer while our kids are diving into swimming pools. Perhaps you’ll find a little something to use for … Continue reading

In this movement, there’s no simple solution

by Elaine Mejia on June 16, 2015 in Feature

By: Elaine Mejia Over the past few months, we have heard from partners around the country about an exciting new development in research on advocacy and changing people’s minds. They all cited a recent episode of This American Life about … Continue reading

New Tools for Promoting the Role of Government in Child Well-Being

by Public Works on April 30, 2015 in April 2015 eNewsletter

We’ve been hard at work producing tools for communicators seeking to promote the role government does and should play in child well-being. The challenges are we face are clear – the persistence of the idea of the “family bubble,” stereotypes … Continue reading