The resources below are designed for advocacy across context, whether you are preparing for a meeting on the Hill, writing an op-ed, or spreading the word on social media.
These resources will help you prepare for a meeting with a Member of Congress or write an op-ed about the value of federal humanities funding. The talking points will help you speak to the national value of the NEH and the databases of NEH and Title VI grants will help you bolster your argument with examples from your district.
How can you best prepare for meetings with Congressional staffers and Members of Congress? How are the meetings likely to unfold and how should you follow up? Check out our Advocacy Guide.
At the end of a meeting, you can leave behind the issue briefs for the programs you've discussed. Download them here.
Social Media Graphics
Social media is a great way to recruit new advocates. Feel free to use the images below or download our entire graphics package.