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The 2022 Tools & Tech Guide

The 2022 edition of State Voices’ Tools & Tech Guide offers insights into the latest tools and tech vendors for advocacy and organizing.

This is the result of multi-year research from State Voices’ Data and Technology Department, and we’re excited to share it with you.

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In This Report

The 2022 Tools & Tech Guide evaluates over 60 digital tools, vendors, and electronic equipment, including texting services, cell-compliant dialers, digital organizing CRMs, relational organizing platforms, digital security software, data practitioner trainings, and more! 

We encourage advocates, organizers, and freedom fighters to use this 2022 edition as a starting place for their own research and a guide to help you navigate a complex digital space.

When determining what tools would be most beneficial to your work, State Voices has established criteria based on accessibility, security, and adaptability.

We encourage you to consider these factors when reviewing the 2022 Tools & Tech Guide and as you continue your crucial work of fighting for multiracial democracy.

Download the 2022 Tools & Tech Guide to learn about the latest digital tools and vendors.

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The best work is intentional, intersectional, and done with a team.

Special thanks to State Voices’ Data & Technology Department for writing this guide, and thanks to Alexis Anderson-Reed and the Policy and Communications Departments for their insight and guidance. We’re thrilled to provide this guide to the State Voices network and our movement community.

The first and second editions of the Tools and Tech Guide are archived here.

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