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    • Friday, July 20, 12pm

Making Policy Public: Deadline Extended!

_Making Policy Public_: Deadline Extended!

Calling all advocates and designers!

CUP is seeking collaborators for the next four issues of Making Policy Public. Making Policy Public is our series of eight- to ten-month long collaborations of CUP staff, a designer (or design team), and a grassroots organization advocating for community change. Through this intensive collaboration, the program leads to a creation of foldout posters that use graphic design to explain public policy.

This year, with support from the Kresge Foundation, we are also seeking proposals from organizations working on an issue of national significance and with the capacity for distribution in multiple locations across the U.S. (see Guidelines for National Project section). As always, we are still accepting proposals for local, NYC-specific topics!

For more details on applying as an advocate, click here. And click here for more on applying as a designer!

Click here to download the application guidelines and learn more about the program.

The deadline for applications has been EXTENDED to Tuesday, September 4, at 5 pm EST.

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