The Virtual Activist 2.0

A Training Course
developed by Audrie Krause, Michael Stein,
Judi Clark, Theresa Chen, Jasmine Li,
Josh Dimon, Jennifer Kanouse, and Jill Herschman


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Many thanks go to Michael Stein, Judi Clark, Theresa Chen, Jasmine Li, Josh Dimon, Jennifer Kanouse, and Jill Herschman for their help compiling this information.

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