We are Wired for Change

by Cristina Rayas | July 24, 2019 7:13 pm

Community Change’s Communications Fellows Program is a visionary approach to building power and leaders among our communities – the power to be the ones to tell their truths and be heard. These storytellers are the authentic messengers who provide context to the news of the day and support policies and ideas that take into account the real lives of people.

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