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OpPoRtunity-filled calendars

Much of the media was very focused last week on the first 100 days of the Trump administration. The White House alternately downplayed its significance while still touting its accomplishments; at times there seemed to be a rush to get more done before the 100-day “deadline.” If there really was no “deadline,” why was such importance attached to this milestone? Like… Read more »

The PuRest form of PR

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If public relations is the ability to influence attitudes, protests may be the purest form of PR. Throughout history, long-term social change has rarely resulted because of a single leader’s decision; change happened when people raised their voices and pressured leaders to take action. There are countless events since the beginning of recorded time which serve as examples. From the freeing of Hebrew slaves in Egypt… Read more »