Week 1 Sample Social Media Posts

Use these sample posts and images to help us promote and share resources about Tip #1 of the 
5 Tips for Educators throughout the first week of See Us, Support Us.

 

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Sample Tweets and Images

TIP #1 TWEETS

  • This week's Tip of the Week for educators supporting children of incarcerated parents is to start where you can with the resources you have. Learn more at: www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators
     

  • It may feel overwhelming at first to know how to support children with incarcerated parents, especially if you have not been impacted by incarceration yourself or are just recently learning about this experience. Start with educating & preparing yourself: www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators
     

  • It is crucial to be comfortable with talking about incarceration before signaling to families that they can come to you for support. Find resources around you to educate yourself and be better prepared to address the effects of incarceration on children: https://www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators

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(Pair the sample tweets in this section with the above image or any of the images on the General SUSU posts page)

RESOURCES ABOUT TIP #1 TWEETS

TAKE ACTION TWEETS

  • Take action to support children of incarcerated parents in schools. Learn about local resources providing support for children with incarcerated parents. Find national resources here: https://nrccfi.camden.rutgers.edu/resources/directory/
    #SeeUsSupportUs 

     

  • Tip #1 for educators supporting children w/incarcerated parents: Start where you can with the resources you have. Read stories from children with incarcerated parents, articles about how mass incarceration affects them, and research on how to support them: https://www.susu-osborne.org/voices-from-see-us-support-us
     

  • Are you an educator & don't know where to start to support students with incarcerated parents? Talk to people you know who are affected by incarceration/work with incarcerated or formerly incarcerated people or their families to learn more about the experience  #SeeUsSupportU

Sample Facebook/Instagram Posts and Images
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TIP #1 POST

  • This week's Tip of the Week for educators supporting children of incarcerated parents is to start where you can with the resources you have. 

    It may feel overwhelming at first to know how to support children with incarcerated parents, especially if you have not been impacted by incarceration yourself or are just recently learning about this experience.

    It is crucial to be comfortable with talking about incarceration before signaling to families that they can come to you for support. Start with educating and preparing yourself. Find resources around you to educate yourself and be better prepared to address the effects of incarceration on children.

    Learn more: https://www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators

RESOURCES ABOUT TIP #1 POSTS

TAKE ACTION POSTS

  • #SeeUsSupportUs Tip #1 for educators supporting children with incarcerated parents: Start where you can with the resources you have.

    Take action by:
    –Learning about local resources providing support for children with incarcerated parents. Find national resources here: https://nrccfi.camden.rutgers.edu/resources/directory/
    –Reading stories from children with incarcerated parents, articles about how mass incarceration affects them, and research on how to support them: https://www.susu-osborne.org/voices-from-see-us-support-us
    –Talking
    to people you know who are affected by incarceration/work with incarcerated or formerly incarcerated people or their families to learn more about the experience  

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