LRC UPLIFT:
Doing Our Little Bit of Good to Uplift And Build Our Communities

So what is LRC Uplift, exactly? Well, every year, we provide our communications services free of charge for one year to a local charity or non-profit.


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The Power of the Pivot

Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez did something extraordinary last week. After she was verbally attacked by a Republican colleague, she used it to elevate her argument far beyond the personal circumstances of the incident.


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Communicating for the collective

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced all of us to ask a big question about how we communicate.  Specifically, who are we communicating to, and why are we communicating?


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What The West Wing Can Teach Us About Business

In politics, issues move fast. You can come back from lunch (that is, if you can get away from your desk) and find out a cabinet minister has resigned, there’s been a shooting and somehow the world has changed.


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Communicating Post-COVID

To close the circle, we’ve put our minds to how COVID might impact how we communicate in a world where it is no longer a pressing crisis, and even further down the road, where its impact is mitigated by proven treatments and, hopefully, an effective vaccine.


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Dear friends, some times too much communication is a bad thing

It's ok to feel scared. This is a scary situation, and carrying on with a 'stiff upper lip' serves no one. If you need to turtle under the covers for a day, go do that. Make sure you acknowledge your own mental health in all of this.


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Our Best Advice on Surviving (Thriving) when Working From Home

Unless your job requires you to physically touch someone (a doctor, a dentist, a competitive Ukrainian folk dancer) or manipulate or build something (a bricklayer, an aircraft landing-gear maker, a bobble-head-doll assembler) or you’re in precarious work like retail or the service sector,  you probably could have been working from home decades ago.


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LRC Partners With Urban Alliance on Race Relations

"Since 1975, the Urban Alliance for Race Relations has been devoted to working on educating and advocating for solutions to prejudice and intolerance. Today, in the context of growing racial tensions and anti-immigrant rhetoric around the world - including here in Canada, where police-reported hate crimes have recently doubled - the work that we do is more important than ever. But we know that an important part of successful advocacy is successful communication. ..."
- Neethan Shan, Executive Director, Urban Alliance for Race Relations (UARR)


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