Activism 101 Podcast #16: What Do I Do When My Event Flops?

This is the 16th installment of a podcast following local activism efforts I am spearheading to address the surveillance state in Lexington, Ky. Through this series, you will get an inside look at boots-on-the-ground activism as it happens. The goal is to create a step-by-step how-to on tackling issues at the local level. You can access the other episodes HERE.

In the last episode, I talked about putting on events. So, what do you do if you plan a great rally, advertise it all over social media and hardly anybody shows up?

Yes. This happened. But we were able to make some lemonade out of lemons.

In this episode of the Activism 101 podcast, I talk about some ways you can turn a poorly attended event into a positive experience and still use it to advance your activism.

SHOW NOTES

My Rally at the SpyPole speech

 

 

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