Advocacy for Archaeologists: Building Strong Relationships with Local, State, and Federal Policymakers
Instructor: Suanna Selby Crowley
Archaeology and archaeological resources are in the spotlight as never before. Digital, print, and traditional media raise tremendous awareness for discoveries and cultural data. This enhanced visibility means that researchers and historic preservation professionals need better tools to shape policy on issues such as preservation, repatriation, funding, access, and equity. How can archaeologists become skilled advocates for important research and resources? This workshop will introduce the methods and best practices of cultivating outreach to federal, state, and local policymakers. Learn how to start the conversation, create impact, and follow up with lawmakers for positive change.
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Register of Professional Archaeologists411 East Northfield Drive, Box 9Brownsburg, IN 46112
Phone: (317) 798-3001
Grievance Hotline: (410) 246-2150
You do not have to be an RPA/RA to file a Grievance
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