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Cover All Kids with Disabilities - Storybook

  • Description:
    A storybook created by Cynthia Menna and Jessica Tai for the Cover All Kids with Disabilities bill.
  • Year:
    2021
  • State:
    MA
  • Link:
    click me
  • Institution:
    Brandeis University
  • Author:
    Jessica Tai, Cynthia Menna
  • Topic(s)/Issue(s):
    disability,healthcare,immigration,public health

Healthy Youth Act Storybook

  • Description:
    A storybook on the Healthy Youth Act done by Brandeis students Tori Sanchez and Sabrina Bell in Spring of 2021.
  • Year:
    2021
  • State:
    MA
  • Link:
    click me
  • Institution:
    Brandeis University
  • Author:
    Sabrina Bell, Tori Sanchez
  • Topic(s)/Issue(s):
    education,LGBTQ+,public health,violence and sexual assault

Storybook for the Work and Family Mobility Act During and Subsequent to the COVID-19 Emergency

  • Description:
    A storybook created by Grace Teng and Jennifer Manzano for H.3456/S.2289 which seeks to allow undocumented immigrants living in Massachusetts to obtain a driver’s license.
  • Year:
    2021
  • State:
    MA
  • Link:
    click me
  • Institution:
    Brandeis University
  • Author:
    Grace Teng, Jennifer, Jennifer Manzano
  • Topic(s)/Issue(s):
    COVID-19,immigration,transportation

Cover All Kids with Disabilities Bill - Letter to the Legislator

  • Description:
    A letter to Representative Bruce Ayers of MA from Cynthia Menna and Jessica Tai regarding the Cover All Kids with Disabilities bill.
  • Year:
    2021
  • State:
    MA
  • Link:
    click me
  • Institution:
    Brandeis University
  • Author:
    Jessica Tai, Cynthia Menna
  • Topic(s)/Issue(s):
    disability,healthcare,immigration,public health

The Healthy Youth Act (S.318, H.673) Storyboard

  • Description:
    This storyboard describes the Healthy Youth Act, why it is necessary, and what steps can be taken to help pass it.
  • Year:
    2021
  • State:
    MA
  • Link:
    click me
  • Institution:
    Brandeis University
  • Author:
    Aidan Vogelson, Jesse Qu
  • Topic(s)/Issue(s):
    education,LGBTQ+,public health,violence and sexual assault

I AM bill Letter to the Legislator

  • Description:
    A letter created by Ana Hatfield and Summer Quinn for H.2354/S.1445, the I AM bill.
  • Year:
    2021
  • State:
    MA
  • Link:
    click me
  • Institution:
    Brandeis University
  • Author:
    Ana Hatfield, Summer Quinn
  • Topic(s)/Issue(s):
    healthcare,public health

Cover All Kids with Disabilities - Elevator Speech

  • Description:
    An elevator speech created by Cynthia Menna and Jessica Tai regarding the Cover All Kids with Disabilities Bill.
  • Year:
    2021
  • State:
    MA
  • Link:
    click me
  • Institution:
    Brandeis University
  • Author:
    Jessica Tai, Cynthia Menna
  • Topic(s)/Issue(s):
    disability,healthcare,immigration,public health

VOTES Act Flyer

  • Description:
    Information sheet about 2021 VOTES Act (S.459, H.803).
  • Year:
    2021
  • State:
    MA
  • Link:
    click me
  • Institution:
    Brandeis University
  • Author:
    Tamar Moss, Breylen Ammen , Eliza Welty
  • Topic(s)/Issue(s):
    voting

VAPIA Jan 22 Syllabus

  • Description:
    Syllabus (Assembled from Canvas Pages)
  • Year:
    2022
  • State:
    VA
  • Link:
    click me
  • Institution:
    Randolph-Macon College
  • Author:
    Richard Meagher
  • Topic(s)/Issue(s):
    half-semester course

Transforming the Civic Engagement of Future Generations: A Pilot Evaluation of the Impact of the ENACT Course on Alumni Civic Engagement and Career Trajectories

  • Description:
    Key Findings • ENACT Alumni feel competent to participate politically and feel that their participation can have an impact on political outcomes. This political efficacy translates to heightened levels of civic engagement. • ENACT Alumni are more civically engaged than a national sample of U.S. residents. They vote in national, state, local, and primary elections at very high rates, as well as participate in various other forms of civic engagement such as attending public rallies and demonstrations and donating money to campaigns or causes that are important to them. • ENACT Alumni retain knowledge and skills from the Advocacy for Policy Change course. The knowledge of the political process they learned in the ENACT course allows them to continue to engage with it. They use the skills they learned through hands-on advocacy projects in their professional careers. • ENACT Alumni credit the course with impacting their professional journeys in various ways. Alumni have gone on to graduate school, and many have pursued law degrees. They note the impact of what they learned in the class, the networks they developed, and the mentorship of ENACT faculty.
  • Year:
    2022
  • State:
    MA
  • Link:
    click me
  • Institution:
    Brandeis University
  • Author:
    Kaitie Chakoian, Charlotte Powley, Melissa Stimell