With some help from Madeline Kovacs, a coworker in Portland, I created this graphic/poster for Sightline (which doubled as a hand-out when needed for both Washington and Oregon ADU efforts) and used it during testimony for ADUs which became legal across the city–at Seattle City Hall.
Created/curated and formatted by me
Or with conservatives.
Sightline produces “flashcards” in an effort to generate shareable and easily-digestible talking points for strategic messaging. I now collaborate with the strategic messaging team to create all of the flashcards from scratch using my skills in Adobe Illustrator and/or Photoshop.
The UW is officially divesting from coal, following the examples of schools like Stanford University and the University of Maine. The commotion surrounding Thursday’s divestment vote began with a rally in Red Square. At first, it appeared that Divest UW, the group advocating for and working with the UW to divest, was going to haveContinue reading “UW joins list of schools divesting from coal”
Many students know Divest UW from its performances and protests in Red Square, but it’s not all fun and games when it comes to change. Founded in 2013, Divest UW has worked to convince the UW’s Board of Regents to rescind the university’s investments in fossil fuels. Recently, however, the environmental group has narrowed itsContinue reading “Divest UW may get long-awaited vote in May”
Voices escalated, cheers echoed between the buildings, and chants filled the ears of passing students on Red Square on Thursday morning as student group Divest UW and its supporters gathered around the Broken Obelisk. Divest UW held the rally of approximately 50 people after President Michael Young didn’t put the group on the Board ofContinue reading “Divest UW rallies against investment in coal”