Connections Lab had the privilege of addressing the Association of State Democratic Chairs in Sante Fe New Mexico last Tuesday. We were pleasantly surprised that all 50+ state and US territory chairs showed enthusiastic support for framing and message training for volunteers, candidates and activist organizations. We expect to be traveling to at least a […]
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Ripping apart our government, breaking our relationships with allies and walking away from America’s leadership in the world are just a few of the reasons we’re seeing something we would have thought impossible just two years ago: in ever increasing numbers prominent Republicans are calling for voters to vote Democratic! Not just for a candidate […]
How we speak about Trump’s European Disaster is important if we are to counter the Republican narrative. First off it’s a disaster; call it that. Trump’s meeting with Putin should be called a secret meeting. “Secret” evokes frames of hiding, fear of being caught and collusion. We must “demand to know what was said”. Trump’s meeting with NATO […]
Learning to communicate effectively means not only learning new ways to communicate, but unlearning bad habits that hurt our messaging and strengthen our opponent’s. In this Word Watch we look at words we should and shouldn’t use about the Republican President and Republicans in Congress. We should include as often as possible the word “Republican” […]
Framing Trump’s Family Separation Policy
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