Using Your Voice

You can use, or not use, your voice in many ways. You can educate and influence friends, family members and others to raise awareness for causes you care about. Not using your voice is also a choice and can indicate where you stand on an issue. Using your voice in big and small ways can help to unlock the assets of others and advance causes you care about.

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Your Voice

Using your voice is critical to advancing a cause you care about and it can happen in so many ways. From an intimate conversation over coffee to a very public protest, there are a spectrum of ways to use your voice. This issue of Civic Life Today examines this spectrum, shares first-hand accounts from contributors who are using their own voices to change conversations, and provides tools and resources for you to learn more and take action.
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Resource Guide

If you’re not sure how to get started, our resource guide provides tips, tools and questions to ask yourself. From five things you need to consider, to additional resources for you to leverage and questions to help get you thinking, this is an easy way for you to get started and think about what to do next.

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