Slacktivism describes online activism that requires little effort and CAN, without marshalling the right strategies, fail to create real social change. Examples of slacktivism include “liking” a cause on Facebook or retweeting an online petition. While these actions are simple and require little involvement, in the hands of a good organizer they do have the potential to make a difference. In this session, we’ll explore how to move your online community from the slactivism to activism.
- Learn why slacktivism is an important step in engaging people more deeply in a cause
- Gain insight on how to amplify the impact of your campaigns by bringing newfound slacktivists to the next level of engagement
- 11 organizing principles to inspire your online community
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