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Advocates from all over the state learned how to put the power of social media to work for them at a free training session Wednesday morning, Feb. 6.
See what you missed! You can watch the Firesteel video from this session and see some fantastic examples of using Facebook and Twitter to advocate for safe, healthy, affordable homes for all.
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The training featured the Firesteel video via Google+ Hangout, and an optional in-person training session beforehand at Seattle U, led by social media consultant Emily Thousand. Emily handles social media for the Ballard Community Task Force on Homelessness & Hunger. Follow Emily on Twitter @emilythousand and the BCTFHH at @BallardHomeless.
You can also follow Firesteel @firesteelwa and the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance, @wliha. Follow our project via Catherine Hinrichsen, @chinrichsen_su.
Another useful tool from the One Night County in King County, hosted by the Seattle-King County Coalition on Homelessness: See Social Media Guidelines from SKCCH here.
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