The Development Coordinator will work closely with the Development Team to organize day-to-day development processes for our growing organization to obtain funding from various sources, including foundations, corporations, high-net-worth individuals, and online giving.
The Communications Director (CD) will lead the development and implementation of the One America Movement’s communications strategy, shaping the central voice and messages of the organization, identifying appropriate channels for communication, and supporting the Programs and Advancement Departments to meet the mission to eliminate toxic polarization.
This “attention economy” is not just so social media platforms know if they should show you ads about cats vs. dogs or sneakers vs. dress shoes. People who want to show you political messages through ads, or even scammers who want to sell you fake products by spreading misinformation about vaccines, for example, use these same advertising and targeting tools, which also depend on the data the company gathered about you. That’s the real danger.
Guest poster Rabbi Jessie Wainer shares her inspirational and thought-provoking High Holy Days sermon with us.
Being an in-group moderate means that you are willing to speak out when members of your community behave in a way that leans in opposition to your values.
Among those honored at the recent White House event United We Stand Summit were two of the One America Movement’s religious leaders, Pastor Tom Breeden and Rabbi Rachel Schmelkin.
The world of social media is filled with supposed “revolutions.” It is filled with strong winds, earthquakes, and fires. Everything feels so loud, critical, and urgent. But let us be mindful not to allow the urgent to replace the important.
The Development Manager will work closely with the Development Team to oversee day-to-day development processes for our growing organization to obtain funding from various sources, including foundations, corporations, high net-worth individuals, and online giving.
The One America Movement is celebrating its fifth birthday this month and along the way, staff members and special guests have written some insightful blog posts to help illustrate the “why” behind the fight against toxic polarization. Here are just a few of our favorites.
Take a closer look at just a few of our favorite partners in the work of fighting toxic polarization across America.