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Updated November 2019
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You're inspired to do greatness! And we're inspired by you! This podcast demystifies what it means to be in League of Women Voters today. We are volunteers with the League of Women Voters, a citizens’ organization that has fought since 1920 to improve our government and engage all citizens in the decisions that impact their lives. We share stories, tips and how-tos to make sure you are informed and can activity participate in government. Continue the conversation at www.alicepaulpodcast.com.
 
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In this episode, we are finishing up our five-part series by talking about fundraising. And groups like the League of Women Voters need more dollars to make an impact. We walk you through how to make an ask and fund the causes you care the most about. LISTEN NOW NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitche ...…
 
At the heart of community organizing is relationship building and inviting people to join the movement. In this episode, we give you the 7 steps to have one-on-one conversations like a community organizer. With these steps, you’ll be able to connect people with their passion and help them find an outlet by jumping in work you are facilitating. ...…
 
In this episode of the What Would Alice Paul Do? Podcast, we’re continuing our five-part activist series and talking about what a narrative is, when it is used, and how you can craft your own. LISTEN NOW NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitcher Deeds Not Words - Craft Your Own Narrative Five parts of ...…
 
In episode 24 of the What Would Alice Paul Do? Podcast, we’re focusing on how you can craft your most effective story as an activist. This is part 2 of our five-part hands-on series on increasing your effectiveness in activism. And we have an important update on H.R. 1 to share. Listen Now! NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcas ...…
 
In episode 23 of the What Would Alice Paul Do? Podcast, we are talking about passion, purpose and people and what that means in the League. And we have an activist tip to share. Listen Now! NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitcher Resources Graphic Novel suggestions March: Book One by John Lewis The F ...…
 
In episode 22 of the What Would Alice Paul Do? Podcast, we are talking about big wins from the 2018 Election and for an Activist Tip, we talk about #GivingTuesday campaigns. Listen Now! NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitcher Resources: Learn more about Virginia Progressive Leadership Project, which ...…
 
In this episode, we interview Krysta Jones, an exceptional leader who develops other African-American women to lead their communities. Jones spearheads initiatives that focus on diversifying leadership. And In this episode we ask you to take on a new challenge to develop new relationships in diverse communities. Listen Now! NEVER MISS AN EPISOD ...…
 
In episode 20, we’re talking about strategy! Board and committee retreats are happening now. We want to make sure you have the tools you need to make the next year impactful. Listen now! NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitcher Resources Redistricting Awareness - League of Women Voters of Maryland: Ta ...…
 
In this episode, we’re taking your questions and reflecting on our experience at the League of Women Voters' 2018 National Convention in Chicago. We also have an Activist Action Alert. Listen now! NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitcher Resources Books Mentioned: The Woman's Hour by Elaine Weiss, Ali ...…
 
In episode 18, we talk with Pooja Tanjore, an emerging civic leader, Rise to Run volunteer and soon-to-be high school senior. Join us as we discuss the power of grassroots movements and importance in engaging young women in leadership. Listen now! NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitcher Resources Ris ...…
 
In episode 17, we discuss the value of equity and inclusion and the power of creating women-centered spaces in politics. We are again joined by Jessica Rohloff, justice advocate and board member of the League of Women Voters of the United States. Listen Now! NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitcher De ...…
 
In episode 16, we take you on a crash course on how to run for public office. We are joined by Jessica Rohloff, justice advocate and board member of the League of Women Voters of the United States, who shares her experience of being a candidate. Learn more about why women need to step forward and run! Listen Now! NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscrib ...…
 
In episode 15, we talk about how to run a highly effective high school voter registration drive, and we share three activist alerts. Listen Now! NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitcher Student Membership Update The board of the League of Women Voters of the United States has a approved a pilot progra ...…
 
In episode 14, we’re reflecting on some of the activist work we’ve seen and how you can bring some of the tactics into your work. We also share an activist alert. Listen Now! NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitcher Quick Links Amy's fundraiser selling t-shirts to support the League of Women Voters' E ...…
 
In episode 13, we breakdown town halls. These moments don't last long, so we talk about strategies that will make a lasting impact. LISTEN NOW! Never miss an episode! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitcher Resources mentioned: LWV Money in Politics ACTION Kit Questions to elected leaders LWV Redistricting ACTION Kit Quest ...…
 
Happy 2018! In our special episode 12, we interview two new League of Women Voters members on why they selected this legendary civic organization to make a difference in their community. LISTEN NOW! Never miss an episode! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to us on Stitcher Special thanks to Andrianne Salvette and Alison Symons for sha ...…
 
In episode 11, we talk about online tools that connect, energize and mobilize your volunteers and supporters. LISTEN NOW! Books We're Reading Crafting with Feminism: 25 Girl-Powered Projects to Smash the Patriarchy by Bonny Burton Thank You for Being Late: An Optimist's Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations by Thomas Friedman Who Though ...…
 
In episode 10, we recap the 2017 election, share updates from the League of Women Voters' transformational journey, and urge action on the We the People Democracy Reform Act (SB 1880). LISTEN NOW! Election Recap Virginia Candidates Pledge to Reduce the Power of Big Money (via EveryVoice.org) Danica Roem will be Virginia's first openly transgend ...…
 
In Episode 9, we talk about ways League of Women Voters members can take local action to make their communities better. Suffragists picketing in front of the White House in 1917. (Harris & Ewing/Library of Congress). Learn more about "Alice Paul's Enduring Legacy of Nonviolent Action." League Lingo Moment What is Local Action? When you can spea ...…
 
In episode 8 of the What Would Alice Paul Do? Podcast, we go in-depth about running voter registration projects and the importance of National Voter Registration Day, and we share an activist alert. Book Recommendations What We Do Now? Standing up For Your Values In Trump’s America, Dennis Johnson, editor You're More Powerful than You Think: A ...…
 
In episode 7, we smash through the League of Women Voters terms so you are in the know and can fully participate in League activities and leadership! We also share an activist alert. Deeds Not Words Segment - LWV Lingo Explained What is Program Planning? Program Planning usually happens in the first of the year. Be sure to check out episode 3: ...…
 
In this supersized episode, we talk about raising funds for your League of Women Voters projects, specifically, the how-tos of how to make it rain money! We also have a special guest, LWVUS Board member, Kim Lauth. Check out our first part of this series on fundraising Deeds Not Words Segment We are joined by Kim Lauth, board member of the Leag ...…
 
In Episode 5 of the What Would Alice Paul Do? Podcast, we discuss fundraising in the League of Women Voters in this first part of a two-part series, and we share an activist alert and a book recommendation. LEAGUE LINGO MOMENT What is LWV Council? Two representatives from each state League were invited to attend National Council in June 2017. T ...…
 
In episode 4, we talk about engaging new volunteers in person and online, and we share a League of Women Voters activist alert. Examples of Negative Experience of New Volunteers Bad emails No communication Not asking why they joined and what motivates them Not inviting them to join with volunteer opportunities Not defining volunteer role No con ...…
 
In episode 3, we talk about the value of nonpartisanship in a polarizing world and take a listener question. Deeds Not Words Segment: Nonpartisanship at the League of Women Voters The beginnings of the League of Women Voters as a women’s voting rights organization with Carrie Chapman Catt at the helm. How we form public policy positions The imp ...…
 
We're excited for our second episode of the What Would Alice Paul Do? Podcast! The response to our show has been overwhelming. Thank you for supporting our project! In this episode, we share personal stories of leadership development in the League of Women Voters. Deeds Not Words Segment Amy talks about starting a League of Women Voters in Saul ...…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the What Would Alice Paul Do? Podcast! In this episode, we talk about the difference between advocacy and lobbying. Lobbying is about supporting or opposing specific legislation. Tips include having facts with you so they can be shared and taken back to convince other legislators join in. The cost of these activi ...…
 
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