Assessing Your Tactical Repertoire
We’ve just finished reviewing the most effective components of some major activist tactics. (Click here to start at the beginning of this section if you need to review). Now, it’s time to assess your experience with different tactics. Think about which tactics you have experience with. You may have planned or conducted some tactics as a leader, or you may have participated in some tactics as a follower or member. Taking stock of your history with different tactics will help you understand your current skills and experience levels and help you identify new tactics you may be interested in pursuing.
The tactics I have the most experience with include:
Some new tactics I’m interested in learning more about or trying out include:
Some of the scientifically-proven best practices that I already use in my activism include:
Some of the scientifically-proven best practices that I just learned about that I want to start using include:
At the end of the guide, we will help you create a detailed activist plan for creating change. But first, let’s learn about how to build strong progressive movements.