Preparing for Post-Election
Posted by Students Learn Students Vote Coalition on October 27, 2020
The Students Learn Students Vote Coalition released materials to support campuses in facilitating post-election conversations and addressing the emotional needs of students. You can view their presentation and overview document that summarizes the key takeaways of their ideation session.
On October 22, the SLSV Coalition’s Resource and Support Working Group and the Ask Every Student program hosted a webinar to share resources and best practices to prepare campus stakeholders and student voting nonprofits to plan for a post-election period, framed by the Post-Election Campus Resource and Response Guide. We’re happy to not only share the recording, but also supplemental resources on the Post-Election Resources page on the AES website. On this page you can find:
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James Madison University has also created a Toolkit on Facilitating Difficult Election Conversations.
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