// Category: Case Studies

Pitch Perfect: How to place your op-ed and get it published

A guide to hook, book, cook and developing an op-ed pitch that’s clear, concise and helps you get your op-ed used by editors.

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Photo of red and blue lights during rain. Photo by Osman Rana on Unsplash.

The Argument: How an op-ed can shift the narrative

An op-ed case study that shows the why, when and how of turning a story into an argument that successfully advocates for change.

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Over a million gathered in the Dignity Plaza, Santiago, Chile on International Working Women's Day. Photo: Coordinadora 8M. (CC BY-SA)

Feminist political organizing offers lessons in narrative power

Feminist narratives are powering some of the most important movements of the 21st century by turning anger to joy, creating care in spaces of insecurity, and looking to the future.

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Artwork on a building in Shiprock, New Mexico.

Reclaiming Native Truth: Narrative research and making Native Americans visible

Leah Salgado of IllumiNative on how narrative research maps a path to visibility and power while also supporting responses to COVID-19.

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Images of diverse people (age, race, family type) with the slogan: We Are Minnesota

Building a Narrative Justice League: Learning from a nimble and powerful narrative coalition

Minnesota’s Narrative Justice League is changing policy outcomes on the ground. Learn how to build and sustain a powerful narrative change coalition.

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What We Learned in Minnesota

Read the Full Report: Building Narrative Infrastructure in Minnesota, August 2019

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