Using Social Media for Legislative Action In today’s digital age

2021, Latest News

By Joseph Smith

You’re Invited:Using Social Media for Legislative Action In today’s digital age, there isn’t much that you can’t do online. From grocery shopping and take-out, to conferences and family gatherings, to dating and dinners with friends, being in the midst of a global pandemic has pushed our use of the internet to places we couldn’t have imagined just a few short years ago. Did you know that this also extends to how we put pressure on our elected officials?
USW Rapid Response and New Media departments have been working together to amplify the legislative work of our union by using social media. On March 10, District 4 activists are invited to join Mark McDonald, District 4 Rapid Response Coordinator, and Lori Bookwood, USW New Media Department, to learn how we use social media for legislative activism and how they can get involved.Some of the topics we will cover include:What is Twitter and how it works.How to create a Twitter account.How to find Twitter accounts.The anatomy of a Tweet.#Hashtags and how to use them.And much more…Get Involved and RSVP Today!We will be offering this training to all District 4 members on Wednesday, March 10, at 1:00pm and 6:00pm. RSVP today by clicking on a link below and filling out the online form!To RSVP for the 1:00pm Training click HERE OrTo RSVP for the 6:00pm Training click HERE To get more information on this training please contact District 4 Rapid Response Coordinator Mark McDonald at 716-553-0239, or by email at
Translate »
Skip to content