THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF ADVOCACY
There are many different approaches to advocacy. Each type of advocacy has the potential to build a foundation for another level of advocacy.
CONSTITUENT: A member of a district or a community. DISTRICT: An area of a county or city.
TOWN HALL MEETING: An organized meeting within your community. LEGISLATOR: An individual who develops policy as an elected official on behalf of their community and/or constituents. Also referred to as policymaker.
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