#ENOUGH: It’s Time for Congress to Act

#ENOUGH gun violence

Professor Michael Siegel on the overdue need for Congress to restore federal funding for research into gun violence, second in a four-day video and social media campaign to draw attention to the toxic mix of access to guns and the rhetoric of hate. #Enough In the aftermath of the mass shooting in an Orlando nightclub in June 2016, the Activist Lab … Continue reading “#ENOUGH: It’s Time for Congress to Act”

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Advocacy Bootcamp


This all-day team-based workshop will teach you crucial advocacy skills, such as how to define and frame an issue, how to build coalitions, how to develop and implement a strategic plan, and how to testify in a legislative hearing. You will learn these skills and apply them in a case study. Previous topics have included … Continue reading “Advocacy Bootcamp”

Published on August 15th, 2017 in Advocacy Training | Tags: ,

Life on Albany Photo Gallery

Three portraits from the Life on Albany Gallery

The School of Public Health sits next to an area unfortunately characterized as “Methadone Mile,” a stretch of Albany Street including Boston Medical Center, a homeless shelter, and a number of drug treatment facilities. To confront this stigmatizing narrative, the Activist Lab’s educational technologist, Liam Hunt, created the first installation of the Life on Albany photo series in 2016, … Continue reading “Life on Albany Photo Gallery”