Plate to Politics Videos

Stay energized through this coming season with the Plate to Politics Webinar Series, designed to inspire and cultivate women leaders like you. Hear from the founders of Plate to Politics about how women from the healthy food and farming movement are poised to make swift and dramatic change to the way food is produced in this country and how women farmers, workers, and entrepreneurs hold in their hands significant power and are well positioned to also have significant political impact.

Advancing Women Leaders in the Healthy Food and Farm Movement Part 1
 Click here to check out this video regarding the importance of advancing women leaders in the Healthy Food and Farm movement. 
Advancing Women Leaders in the Healthy Food and Farm Movement Part 2
Click here to check out part 2 of the Advancing Women Leaders in the Healthy Food and Farm Movement Plate to Politics webinar series. 
When the Personal Becomes Political
This webinar features women who have run for public office. Presenters include Denise O’Brien, Lea Webb, Sarah Lloyd and Faith Winter. Click here to view
Visibility: Social Media Trends and Tools
Dr. Julie Fox from Ohio State and Connie Hancock from University of Nebraska Extension talk about trends and tools in social media. Click here to view.
Revolutionary Radio
Presenters Melinda Hemmelgarn of Food Sleuth Radio and Elisa Parker from SeeJaneDo.com offer their insights on using community radio to connect with others the issues they’re passionate about. Click here to watch the video.
Visibility: The Power of our Stories, and Blogging
Blogger Sylvia Burgos Toftness presents a lively discussion of how to use blogging to raise awareness about issues you’re involved with or to promote your business. Click here to watch the video.
Learn How to Be a More Effective Advocate For the Healthy Food System You Want
Click here to check out this video regarding how to be an effective advocate and the importance of women’s leadership.
Hispanic/Women Farmers Claims
This video covers Hispanic/Women Farmers Claims, and was recorded in 2013. Click here to view
Educate Without Offending
Click here to check out this video regarding how to educate your friends and family about issues you  care about without offending.
Invite a Woman to Run
Interested in inviting a woman to run for office? Click here to watch the video.
Letters to the Editor 101
Want to bring awareness to an issue in your community through writing? Click here to watch the video.

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