Are you interested in making our world a better place and learning how to build bridges across differences? Join the next round of skills training offered by the Deep Canvass Institute!
Our hope for a better world requires the ability to listen to each other and find common ground and deep canvassing helps you to build the skills that we need to strengthen and build a truly multiracial democracy.
The New York Times highlighted deep canvassing as one of the top ideas to help make the world better. Come and learn the skills to help listen without judgment and build connections across differences.
The training starts with actually participating in a deep canvass phone bank and then we have two follow up sessions that help you to build rapport; share your own story; and listen with compassionate curiosity.
We are partnering with Michigan United to host a new groundbreaking deep canvass to help persuade voters to take action on climate change.
People’s Action has helped to launch the Deep Canvass Institute to help train tens of thousands of people to have hundreds of thousands of these types of powerful and courageous conversations that can transform our country.
- Step 1: Wednesday, February 23, from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Eastern: Learn to make deep canvass calls with the climate deep canvass phone bank hosted by Michigan United. If you have already participated in a deep canvass you have already completed this step.
- Step 2: Monday, February 28 and Tuesday, March 1, from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.: Skills include: Building Trust, Compassionate Curiosity, Storytelling, and Assertiveness.
Register here: https://ppls.ac/dc