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Lauren Levitt

Thanks Beth (and your followers!). I think this was one of the most useful questions asked at the convening. I like the idea of giving a range of suggestions i.e. offline activities that take 20 minutes, 2 hours, or 2 days.


I love that Tweet idea on asking them nicely and offering them goodies. Although you do have to be tactful in asking them, you don't want to seem pushy especially with 5k followers ;-)

Gabe Garcia

Bold and insightful post; The authors clarity on this issue of social activism and the truth it brings to bear on the prospects for the future give us all reason for hope. The question is: Are people ready to hear the good news yet? I for one AM!

Kudos again to the author.

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