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Saturday, July 9 • 4:00pm - 5:15pm
Changing the Public Debate by Telling the Stories of the Emerging Economy in Red and Rural Places

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This session will dive into issues of language, framing, communications, media, and getting beyond typical ‘progressive’ language and preoccupations, in order to make new allies.  Local First, AZ will describe how they’ve forged common ground with conservatives and the business community, using practical results and deliberate framing;  MACED will discuss the long term process of building support for an economic transition away from extractive industries; and We Own it will share elements of their strategy which reframe the debate around energy, ownership and democracy.  This session will be highly participatory.

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Ivy Brashear

Ivy Brashear is the Appalachian Transition and Communications Associate at the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development in Berea, Ky. Before joining MACED, she was chief blogger at The Rural Blog, which is a product of the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues at the University of Kentucky. She has been a reporter at The Hazard Herald in Hazard, Ky., and at the Times-Tribune in Corbin, Ky. She holds a Bachelor's... Read More →
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Michael Goldberg

Michael Goldberg founded ActionMedia in 1994 providing strategic communications, research and framing services to social change organizations. He has worked in energy issues since 1996, and provided communications services to the RE-AMP coalition during its formative years. In 2013, Goldberg began focusing on rural electric cooperatives in Minnesota, under contract with the Energy Foundation. He has served on We Own It's Launch Team since October... Read More →
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Kimber Lanning

Kimber Lanning is an entrepreneur actively involved in fostering cultural diversity, economic self-reliance and responsible growth for the Phoenix metropolitan area. She's the executive director of Local First Arizona, a statewide organization of over 2,500 local businesses working to advance public policy that enables locally owned businesses to thrive and builds a vibrant, inclusive economy.
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Liz Veazey

Since late 2015, Liz Veazey has been excited to put her skills and experience to work for We Own It, the national network for cooperative member rights, education and training as Network Coordinator. Liz has a range of communication, project management, technology, and organizing skills and knowledge from her fifteen years as a social change leader and her study of environmental science, biology, social movements, history, and sociology. This... Read More →


Saturday July 9, 2016 4:00pm - 5:15pm
Ketchum 315

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