Deepak Puri

Use WiFi spots to provide free internet access and build double opt-in contact lists.

Build double opt-in contact lists the smart way

When they go low by denying internet access to suppress voters, go high with free internet hotspots to help voters and build contact lists at the same time. Black, brown and Native American communities; poor rural and urban areas suffer from a lack of internet connectivity. This hold them back and makes it harder for …

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Mapping the Republican voter suppression scheme of stopping Souls To The Polls

Texas Republicans want to ban Souls To The Polls. Why? This StoryMap analyzes the facts to reveal where churches are located in key Texas counties. The racial composition of their congregations. Who are the elected officials in the districts where they are located. And the motivation behind this Republican voter suppression scheme. Share this StoryMap: …

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Perform better on Zoom interviews with realtime invisible helpers through the BigStage Teleprompter

Zoom media interview? Perform better with realtime invisible helpers.

There’s little margin for error in a Zoom interview and performance anxiety just makes it worse. Fortunately there are ways to stay on message and get real time help from advisors – all without looking away from your laptop camera. Use an on-screen teleprompter pre-loaded with your talking points that the interviewer does not see. …

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Fight the connectivity poll tax that blocks poor voters by canvassing in disconnected communities

Fight the connectivity poll tax that disenfranchises poor voters

Connectivity is a poll tax that stifles voters in Black, Brown, indigenous and rural communities who cannot afford to get online. “Poll taxes were essentially a voting fee used to keep African Americans from voting in southern states. Eligible voters were required to pay their poll tax before they could cast a ballot. In 1964 …

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