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12
Jul

Save Net Neutrality

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant The internet only works if it is open to everyone. Take action now to save net …

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28
Dec

Top 5 Articles of 2015

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Here we are, the last week of 2015. This was a year that truly flew by …

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21
Sep

Social Workers it’s Time To Get on Twitter

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant I write a lot about the need for social workers to embrace social media. It is …

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26
Aug

Community Organizing Tools

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Specialist Last week NTEN (Nonprofit Technology Network) hosted a webinar, Community Organizing Tools from the Experts.  The presentation …

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06
Jun

Digital Storytelling for Nonprofits

By Rachel L. West Advocacy Consultant I’m been delinquent with updating the blog lately (sorry). I have gotten really busy the past couple of weeks. …

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30
Jul

5 Apps I Can’t Live Without

By Rachel L. West, MSW, LMSW The Political Social Worker Originally published 6/5/2013 As some of you may know I am participating in the Word Count …

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18
Jun

E-Advocacy: Social Media as a Campaign Tool

By Rachel L. West The Political Social Worker There is no denying the role social media played in the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns.  Much …

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12
Jun

Social Work & Social Media

By Rachel L. West, MSW, LMSW The Political Social Worker I just read a great post on a new blog, confessions of a twitterate social …

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24
May

Top 5 Tumblr Blogs

By Rachel L. West, MSW, LMSW The Political Social Worker Tumblr is my favorite social networking site.  Actually it is more of a hybrid between …

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16
Feb

Bits & Pieces: Social Work and Technology

By Rachel L. West, MSW, LMSW The Political Social Worker From social work and technology to misogyny; these are a few of the stories that …

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