There is little in this world that brings me more joy than seeing nonprofit advocates really hit one out of the park.
Kids who go to bed right on time, maybe; fresh peaches off the tree; my allium when they bloom in spring.
But, really, extraordinarily successful advocacy campaigns are near the top of the list, especially when they also cultivate grassroots engagement and address critical social issues.
At the site Inequality.is, the Economic Policy Institute unveils economic inequality, as real, personal, expensive, created, and fixable.
It’s all interactive, accessible, and compelling.
What’s not to love about Robert Reich making the history of recent economic policy make sense to laypeople, in cartoon form?
But it’s not just a gimmick; policy prescriptions are woven throughout, and the real experiences of those on the losing end of the U.S. economy feature prominently.
The site is super well-done, not only a resource for those seeking to better understand economic inequality, but also those wanting a tutorial on how to make their issue more salient, and how to use technology to draw others in.
Check it out.