Communicating for Freedom
Please read the background information, logistical details, and terms of the course before registering. By completing the registration form, enrollees agree to the terms and agreements and take full responsibility for their participation.

Background information, logistical details, and terms of the course can be found here: https://helloshanelle.com/masterclass

Communicating for Freedom is a six-week course for beginner and immediate-level activists, organizers, and practitioners who are interested in the brass tacks of storytelling, social change communications, and strategy. You need not have any previous experience in social change communications to take the course.

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Communicating for Freedom is a values-based course for justice and inclusion-centered organizers, activists, and practitioners. Given this, learners will be asked to commit to treating one another with the same dignity and respect we advocate for in our work. This means showing up on time, being present (e.g., limiting distractions during class, contributing to discussions), taking responsibility for the energy you bring to class, respecting the assessments and opinions of others, disagreeing with dignity, and giving honest yet kind feedback. Dehumanizing behavior is unwelcome.
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