I heard a long time ago that many workplaces prohibited anyone to engage in any kind of political discussion, and that they required everyone to be politically neutral. The exceptions to these of course was if you were a paid canvasser or phone banker, and you were urging people to vote for your side or cause. I got to do such a job last year, and I enjoyed it.
Now, I'm working at an on-line business with about thirty other employees, and it is minority-led. I have been wanting to share and promote a petition I made several years ago for a while now, to hopefully bring more awareness and accountability to the problem that few people probably know about. It is about an issue that affects the community the head of the company is part of, and our business does address the need to hire people from chronically underemployed or unemployed marginalised communities, so I believe my petition would most likely get support if the right people saw it and knew how to promote it.
What might be some good strategies for me to approach this cautiously?