[when we advocate in our community] do we need to let [elected leaders] know our political [affiliation]?
[What advice do you have for group leaders who are just starting up and have no community presence yet?]
In communities that still have local reporters for newspapers or other media, do you have recommendations for effective messaging that gets coverage?
How do we ‘translate’ Strong Towns ideas into the common language of locals around us?
How can a Local Conversations group make use of a regular newsletter and manage & develop an email list?
- How can we be trustworthy in our advocacy?
When Content Creators Share Strong Towns Ideas People Listen
Lauren Ronnander on the Bottom-Up Revolution Podcast
Five Places to Meet New People to Join the Strong Towns Conversation
About Office Hours
Our door is wide open once a week for Strong Towns members to come and discuss how to build resilience and prosperity in their communities. Each week will focus on a different topic with a member of the Strong Towns team. The tone is casual and conversational. Drop in late if you need to; you’ll be just as welcome.
Wednesdays at 1 p.m. ET on Zoom
Submit your questions and ideas for topics in advance as you register, or ask them on the fly. Just so you know, pre-submitted questions and topics will be given priority during the conversation.
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