General See Us, Support Us Social Media Posts

Use these sample posts and images at any point throughout See Us, Support Us month to encourage others to join the efforts to increase visibility to the needs of children of incarcerated parents and available supports and resources. 

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Sample Tweets and Images

ABOUT SEE US SUPPORT US TWEETS

  • Join @OsborneNY this October for the annual #SeeUsSupportUs month to raise awareness of the needs of children of incarcerated parents. Learn more here: www.susu-osborne.org
     

  • Subscribe to the #SeeUsSupportUs newsletter to receive weekly emails throughout October for tips on supporting children of incarcerated parents in schools: bit.ly/susu-subscribe
     

  • Check out the #SeeUsSupportUs website for ways to get involved in this year's efforts to see and support children of incarcerated parents: www.susu-osborne.org

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SHARE SOCIAL MEDIA GUIDE TWEETS

  • Join #SeeUsSupportUs month on social media! Use the Social Media Guide to share tweets, images, and Facebook posts on your social networks: www.susu-osborne.org/social-media-guide
     

  • #SeeUsSupportUs month is mainly online this year, making it easier for people across the country to access resources to see and support children of incarcerated parents. Find sample tweets, images, resources in @osborneny's Social Media Guide: www.susu-osborne.org/social-media-guide
     

  • Check out the #SeeUsSupportUs Social Media Guide and follow along with the weekly sample posts to share tips for how teachers and school staff can see and support children of incarcerated parents: www.susu-osborne.org

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SHARE RESOURCES TWEETS

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SEE US, SUPPORT US 2020 THEME TWEETS

  • This year's #SeeUsSupportUs theme is supporting children of incarcerated parents in schools. Follow @osborneny for daily tips, resources, and ways to take action to see and support students impacted by parental incarceration
     

  • While all children are responding and adapting to COVID-19 in their own way, children with incarcerated parents have the additional burden of worrying about their parents' safety inside prisons and jails. Find ways to support them as they return to school: https://www.susu-osborne.org/supportingcoipcovid19
     

  • Each week of #SeeUsSupportUs month we will share a tip and resources on how teachers and school staff can provide support for children of incarcerated parents. These tips are based on what students of incarcerated parents have expressed they need and want. bit.ly/susu-subscribe

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Sample Facebook/Instagram Posts and Images
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ABOUT SEE US SUPPORT US POSTS

  • Join the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents and the Osborne Association in October for the annual #SeeUsSupportUs month to raise awareness of the needs of children of incarcerated parents. Tips, resources, stories, and ways to take action to see and support children of incarcerated parents will be shared throughout the month. 

    Learn more and help us spread the wordwww.susu-osborne.org
     

  • Subscribe to the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents'  #SeeUsSupportUs newsletter to receive weekly emails throughout October for tips on supporting children of incarcerated parents in schools: bit.ly/susu-subscribe
     

  • Check out the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents' #SeeUsSupportUs website for ways to get involved in this year's efforts to see and support children of incarcerated parents. Find resources, stories from children directly impacted by parental incarceration, a social media guide, and more at www.//susu-osborne.org

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SHARE SOCIAL MEDIA GUIDE POSTS

  • Join #SeeUsSupportUs month on social media! Use the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents' Social Media Guide to share tweets, images, and Facebook posts on your social networks: www.susu-osborne.org/social-media-guide
     

  • #SeeUsSupportUs month is mainly online this year, making it easier for people across the country to access resources to see and support children of incarcerated parents. Find sample tweets, images, resources in the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents' Social Media Guide: www.susu-osborne.org/social-media-guide
     

  • Check out the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents' #SeeUsSupportUs Social Media Guide and follow along with the weekly sample posts to share tips on how teachers and school staff can see and support children of incarcerated parents: www.susu-osborne.org/social-media-guide

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SHARE RESOURCES POSTS

  • Wondering how to see and support children of incarcerated parents? Visit the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents' resource toolkit for a comprehensive list of resources available to support children of incarcerated parents: www.susu-osborne.org/osborne-s-nycip-resource-toolkit #SeeUsSupportUs
     

  • Resource of the Week: the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents' resource toolkit, full of resources to see and support children of incarcerated parents: www.susu-osborne.org/osborne-s-nycip-resource-toolkit #SeeUsSupportUs

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SEE US, SUPPORT US 2020 THEME POSTS

  • This year's #SeeUsSupportUs theme is supporting children of incarcerated parents in schools. Follow the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents and the Osborne Association for daily tips, resources, and ways to action to see and support students impacted by parental incarceration
     

  • While all children are responding and adapting to COVID-19 in their own way, children with incarcerated parents have the additional burden of worrying about their parents' safety inside prisons and jails. Learn ways to support them as they return to school: https://www.susu-osborne.org/supportingcoipcovid19
     

  • Each week of #SeeUsSupportUs month we will share a tip and resources on how teachers and school staff can provide support for children of incarcerated parents. These tips are based on what students of incarcerated parents have expressed they need and want. Sign up for the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents See Us, Support Us newsletter to receive weekly updates throughout October: bit.ly/susu-subscribe

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