Thursday, August 1, 2013

Moving Maryland Forward Network Highlighted by the Deutsch Foundation

A great blog entry about the Moving Maryland Forward Network on the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation website.

"The Moving Maryland Forward Network, which is just under a year and a half young, is an innovative practice that strives to “harness the power of online organizing tools [and] to build a unique network that’s working to ensure fairness, equality and justice for all Marylanders.” Developed and designed by the DC based non-profit, Netcentric Campaigns, MMFN promotes and powers social change, specifically on progressive issues that affect residents on a day-to-day basis – bringing advocacy into “Web 2.0,” working within the bold web concept known as “Advocacy 2.0“. The internet is now not only a source for news and information, but also a valuable plateau for advocates – and a place for advocacy organizations to use lists, blogs, websites and social media to reach the political leaders and residents alike."

Read more at the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation website.