In order to advocate for change, we have to #MakeTheCase!

 

Actively advocating for issues that you support or oppose mayMale Student with laptop and clipboard be new to you, and even if it isn’t, sometimes the process can be a little intimidating. Not to worry -- AccessLex Institute is here to help. Armed with accurate information and some guides to advocacy, you will be effective and comfortable in little time. 

Below you will find two types of resources: Fact Sheets and Advocacy Guides. The fact sheets contain easy-to-digest information about each of our main priorities for increasing access and affordability. These sheets can be used to educate yourself, organizations or congressional staff. The advocacy guides are brief outlines (with samples) showing how to engage in effective advocacy.

Advocacy Tools

Directly contacting your Members of Congress is the best way to make your voice heard on the issues you support or oppose. Below you will find several resources to help you contact your Congressional representatives and let them know where you stand.

Tips for Effective Advocacy – Advocacy 101

Call Your Members of Congress – Phone Script

Write Your Members of CongressTemplate

Communications Tools

#MakeTheCase Web Banners

Make The Case Twitter Banner

 

 

Now go #MakeTheCase for access, affordability and the value of graduate and professional education!