Simple, easy things you can do to get your feet wet
The easiest thing that you can do is to interact with content so that the social media algorithms will boost it more. I believe that includes bookmarking Tweets and adding Instagram posts to a collection, which allows you to boost content in private.
Posting your own content on social media can be a great way to reach a lot of people and to make an impact, even if it’s just your personal circle of friends and acquaintances.
Maintain a simple resource
This can be something as simple as what SusieQ is doing with her list of 300+ Twitter accounts to follow. Feel free to maintain a resource on LongHaulWiki.com, this forum, Reddit, Facebook, etc. - just put it online somewhere. When you’re happy with it, tag me @glenn_chan on this forum and I’ll try to incorporate it into the resource hub at SickAndAbandoned.com. I’m currently looking for people to maintain lists of vax-injury related content on Youtube, Odysee, Rumble, etc. to help people sift through those platforms to find useful content.
Wear a shirt in public to raise awareness
You could make your own shirt with your own message on it. If you use a Sharpie, you’ll need to rewrite your shirt whenever you wash it.
VSRF sells misinformation superspreader shirts. I don’t know who else sells shirts.
Advanced advocacy / more time-consuming activities
Talk to Cat Parker, she may be able to connect you with journalists looking for subjects to interview. Go to her Poplme account, go to the “contact me” section, and use Calendy to setup a (Zoom) meeting with Cat.
Network with other advocates, meet with politicians
See the initiatives page for information on how to join our advocacy chat. This is an easy way to get advice from other people doing the same thing.
You can run your own support group or help somebody else moderate their group. This is often thankless work that happens in the background- there are often disputes that you will need to mediate. If you would be unhappy if the owner of a group mistreats you, then you may want to limit yourself to moderating groups where you are the owner.
Some groups who have collected survey data could use help analyzing it. e.g. UKCVFam / Harriet Carroll / Kevin Deans, perhaps Tom Bunker (Long COVID + vax injury research), etc.
Register a 501c3 or non-profit
A lot of companies will give you things for free like web hosting, Microsoft Office, Canva, etc. Google Adwords will provide you with $10K in free advertising. Hopefully we have somebody who will walk you through the ropes of advertising with Google Adwords.
Body Politic could not keep its popular Slack support group / Long COVID hub running.
The medical freedom movement has various controversies that are public.
AFLDS used $3.8M of donor money to buy a mansion for Simone Gold to live in. See Campfire.wiki. Various figures in the medical freedom movement have worked with Simone Gold after the multiple lawsuits (three soo far) have revealed details about what happened at AFLDS.
Robert Malone is in a legal battle with Peter Breggin and others. Public court filings are here. One of the court filing includes a colorful tweet from Paul Alexander talking about Malone not getting the memo about testicles.
The point is not to focus on any particular controversy or crazy event happening in the advocacy or medical freedom movement scenes. Rather, you should be careful about the people in these circles. Most experienced advocates have some horror story of being burned by somebody else in the movement. It usually is unrelated to the examples mentioned previously.