Using Social Media to Advance Policy: The Story of Black Millennials 4 Flint

Feb 3, 2020 | BM4F Spotlights, Uncategorized, Young, Gifted & Green Blog Series | 0 comments

The Green & Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI) selected Black Millennials 4 Flint (BM4F) for their recent webinar: “Using Social Media to Advance Policy: The Story of Black Millennials 4 Flint”, highlighting our work for the last 4 years. The webinar was introduced by GHHI President & CEO Ruth Ann Norton and moderated by GHHI staff, Jamal Lewis. BM4F was represented by CEO & President LaTricea D. Adams and 2019-20 Lead Prevention Ambassador Vanessa Vassall.  

The webinar focused on strategies that BM4F has employed to gain a social media following and leverage it into our policy and advocacy work. Attendees received tips from BM4F on how to harness the power of social media to advance participants organizational mission and learned how BM4F amplifies our presence and engages with stakeholders using social media.   Approximately 30 states were represented on the webinar and approximately 50 national organizations!

BM4F was one of the inaugural Lead Prevention Catalytic awardees for 2017-18 on behalf of GHHI.

Click here to hear a recap of Using Social Media to Advance Policy: The Story of Black Millennials 4 Flint.

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