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More Americans get news from social media than from any other source.
Your friends trust you. What you share on social media has the strongest relevance and meaning for your friends and family—much deeper meaning than anything we can achieve through advertisements or other "cold" channels.
Become an active broadcaster of our social media community now:
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Most elected officials have public social media accounts, which gives concerned citizens an easy, accessible venue to publicly hold elected officials accountable. Organize advocates in your community today to post and comment on your elected officials social media feeds.
Don't let children in foster care continue to be invisible. Keep foster care a central issue with policymakers by reaching out to them on a regular basis via social media.
Children in foster care don't have lobbyists.
They only have you.
Youth who identify as LGBTQ in foster care often do not feel safe. Youth in foster care know they can be moved to a new placement at any moment, which makes coming out a dangerous option, even in a safe placement. This is just one example of the many ways foster care is more difficult and more dangerous for youth who identify as LGBTQ.
Our trainings teach foster parents, social workers, and other care providers how to create a safe space for youth in foster care who identify as LGBTQ.