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PLCY388I Special Topics in Public Policy; Child and Family Advocacy Impact
3 Credit(s)

Advocates for children and families have accomplished a great deal over the years. They’ve reduced hunger and extended access to health care. They’ve expanded early childhood education and broadened economic supports. But so much more remains to be done to ensure social justice and equity so that all children and families can thrive. The second semester of Child and Family Advocacy Impact will concentrate on developing advocacy skills, everything from leveraging the legislative process and creating effective messaging strategies to working in coalitions and mobilizing grassroots supporters. 
Schedule of Classes

Faculty: Adele Robinson