Acton Institute Powerblog Archives

Post Tagged 'impact campaign'

A New Advertising Campaign

Beginning this month in Christianity Today, Acton is introducing a new advertising campaign that asks readers to look at the economic implications of policy questions put forward by religious leaders. The first ad looks at the top down planning, command-and-control orientation of many humanitarian aid programs and opens with this: In developing countries, two million children die each year from common diarrhea. Continue Reading...

Acton Ad Campaign Update

“Stop sending us your used clothes” “Why 30 grams of fat is good for the poor” “Look closely and you’ll see the Virgin Mary in this tortilla” Acton is wrapping up a three-month project that had print advertisements running in several publications: WORLD, Crisis and the Michigan Catholic. Continue Reading...