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Webinar: Advocacy Amplified Through the First Amendment

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Learn how activists in past social movements leveraged the power of First Amendment to bring about change, then dissect persuasive techniques used to shape public opinion and their application to current issues.

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The NCSS Leaders’ Webinar was presented by Newseum educator Jessi Hollis McCarthy on April 24, 2017.

TIME: 30-60 minutes

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