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Published on April 10th, 2019 | by TLV News


Off Square Books Welcomes Nicole Tisdale Reading and Signing “Right To Petition” Friday, April 12

The power is in your hands. The 1st Amendment guarantees, among other things, the right to petition your government for change. In this great democracy of ours, the power should be in the hands of the people. Unfortunately, too many of us don’t know how to navigate the process to communicate and create connections our Members of Congress. And even more of us feel frustrated by the political process in general. But now there’s a solution.

In Right to Petition: A Practical Guide to Creating Change in Government with Political Advocacy Tools and Tips, author Nicole Tisdale breaks down exactly what you need to do to achieve the results you want. With her background as an attorney and a longtime Congressional staffer, she walks readers through the entire process. Discover how to frame your issue, how best to approach your representative, how to build relationships with them, and more.

This book is a how-to manual for political advocates, social activists, and voters who want to take action and change public policy no matter their experience level in local communities and Washington, DC.

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