The Science of Change: Evidence-Based Methods for Effective Activism with Debbie Goddard
The goal of activism is to effect change in the world. But how do we know what works? In a political climate ripe for protests and petitions, it's important to take a step back and examine the effectiveness of our methods. Drawing from the experience of seasoned activists as well as social psychology research, CFI's Outreach Director Debbie Goddard outlines evidence-based ways to help our activism actually work.
Debbie Goddard is the director of campus and community programs at the Center for Inquiry and the director of African Americans for Humanism. Before working for CFI, she participated in local freethought groups in the greater Philadelphia region and helped organize and support campus groups internationally as a student volunteer. She has also been involved with progressive issues and LGBTQ activism. She started working at CFI in 2006 as a field organizer, utilizing her grassroots organizing experience to work with campus and community groups across the country and around the world. In 2012, she became the Outreach Director and now oversees CFI’s U.S. branches and the international campus outreach initiative.
General Admission: $5
CFI Planet Level Members & higher: FREE
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