Week 3 Sample Social Media Posts

Use these sample posts and images to help us promote and share resources about Tip #3 of the 
5 Tips for Educators throughout the third week of See Us, Support Us.

 

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Sample Tweets and Images

TIP #3 TWEETS

  • It's Week #3 of #SeeUsSupportUs! Our third tip for educators supporting children with incarcerated parents is to help decrease stigma and isolation by acknowledging the common yet unique experience of parental incarceration. Learn more: https://www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators 
     

  • Children with incarcerated parents often don't disclose their parent’s incarceration out of fear of how their peers, friends, and teachers may respond, and often feel alone in their experience. Help decrease the stigma and isolation they feel. Learn more: https://www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators 
     

  • There are ways to bring up the conversation about parental incarceration broadly in class so students know: 1) this is a common experience, 2) it is a diverse experience, & 3) you are trying to create a safe space for them to acknowledge their experience 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 #3 TWEETS

TAKE ACTION TWEETS

  • Take action to decrease stigma and isolation for students with incarcerated parents by inviting organizations or advocates to speak to children and staff in your school about mass incarceration and its effects on families and communities: https://www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators #SeeUsSupportUs
     

  • Take action to decrease stigma and isolation for students with incarcerated parents by including conversations about mass incarceration and its effects on children in curricula. Find sample curricula here @POPStheclub: https://popsclubs.org/curriculum/ #SeeUsSupportUs

Sample Facebook/Instagram Posts and Images
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TIP #3 POST

  • It's Week #3 of #SeeUsSupportUs! Our third tip for educators supporting children with incarcerated parents is to help decrease stigma and isolation by acknowledging the common yet unique experience of parental incarceration.

    Children with incarcerated parents often don't disclose their parent’s incarceration out of fear of how their peers, friends, and teachers may respond, and often feel alone in their experience.

    There are ways to bring up the conversation about parental incarceration broadly in class so students know: 1) this is a common experience, 2) it is a diverse experience, & 3) you are trying to create a safe space for them to acknowledge their own experience. Learn more: https://www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators

RESOURCES ABOUT TIP #3 POSTS

  • #SeeUsSupportUs Tip #3 for educators: Decrease stigma and isolation by acknowledging the common yet unique experience of parental incarceration. One way to do this is to learn about the unique stressors children with incarcerated parents face during COVID and naming some of them when speaking to all students about the ways COVID-19 is affecting children: https://www.susu-osborne.org/supportingcoipcovid19

TAKE ACTION POST

  • #SeeUsSupportUs Tip #3 for educators supporting children with incarcerated parents: Decrease stigma and isolation by acknowledging the common yet unique experience of parental incarceration

    Take action by:
    inviting organizations or advocates to speak to children and staff in your school about mass incarceration and its effects on families and communities: https://www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators #SeeUsSupportUs
    including conversations about mass incarceration and its effects on children in curricula. Find sample curricula here @POPStheclub: https://popsclubs.org/curriculum/ #SeeUsSupportUs

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