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Prescient Media designed and executed the communications and media strategy for the National Guestworker Alliance‘s Justice at Hershey’s campaign, a historic effort by hundreds of J-1 student workers from all around the world who escaped captive labor in the Hershey’s packing plant in the summer of 2011. The results, within two weeks of the public [...]
The National Domestic Workers Union came to Prescient Media for communications and media strategy work around the launch of Caring Across Generations, a national movement to a movement to protect and expand our nation’s support system for the aging and people with disabilities at a time when the need for care in America is skyrocketing.
The Excluded Worker Congress came to Prescient Media for communications consulting, media strategy, and web design and development for the launch of a national campaign in support of the POWER Act. The bill, introduced to both houses of Congess by Sen. Robert Menendez and Reps. George Miller and Judy Chu, protects the right of immigrant [...]
The National Guestworker Alliance sought out Prescient Media for the design and development of its visual identity, website, and marketing collateral materials, including business cards, stationary, posters, t-shirts, and an eight-page informational booklet—all under very tight deadlines.
The statewide Wisconsin social justice network WISDOM came to Prescient Media with an urgent request to build a website for its Pray, Sacrifice, and Communicate campaign—an effort to build support among people of faith for public employees’ collective bargaining rights amid an attack by Gov. Scott Walker.
Prescient Media provided comprehensive media and communications strategy for NOWCRJ’s powerful community organizing campaigns with immigrant guestworkers, day laborers, and African American workers.
ICTJ called on Prescient Media for consultation on media strategy, as well as editing and production of its monthly newsletter, Transitions, which has more than 5,000 subscribers including government ministers, members of truth commissions, and academics.
Prescient led the Gamaliel Foundation, the community organizing network where President Barack Obama began his public life, to a new identity and media strategy worthy of mentors to the president.
The Minnesota social justice organization ISAIAH hired Prescient Media to develop a comprehensive identity design and messaging platform for its 10,000 Voices for One Minnesota campaign, developing over the course of 2010 in advance of the MN gubernatorial election. Prescient provided a compelling visual brand and a full compliment of collateral campaign materials, from stationary and brochures to postcards and DVD labels.
Prescient Media performed a comprehensive identity and web redesign for the Transportation Equity Network (TEN), a 41-state network of more than 350 grassroots organizations. We also conceived and implemented a national media strategy that led to front-page coverage in the Washington Post, as well as articles in dozens of other outlets.
Coming soon: the new online home of Dreymiller & Kray, an artisan smoked meats store in Hampshire, IL, with 82 years of tradition behind it.
Rory Duffy, a London- and New York-based bespoke tailor who won the 2009 Golden Shears Competition — the industry’s top prize — hired Prescient Media to develop a visual identity, collateral material, and website. The coming soon page is online; the full site will launch later this year.