Campaign evaluations are few and far between. Relatively few campaigners even document their campaigns! We’re pleased to link to Priscilla Brice-Weller’s evaluation of the ‘Give racism the finger’ campaign.
Classism is more powerful (and more subtle) than most middle class activists realize. Activist groups can grow by changing their internal culture to encourage members who were brought up working class to be who they fully are.
Catalyst Project helps to build powerful multiracial movements that can win collective liberation. In the service of this vision, we organize, train and mentor white people to take collective action to end racism, war and empire, and to support efforts to build power in working-class communities of color.
Indigenous activist Dr Gary Foley offers poignant advice to White would-be activists: Know Thy Self. This footage was taken during a public discussion forum, ‘Deactivating Colonialism / Decolonising Activism’ (Melbourne Australia)
The Centre is helping low-income people, especially people of colour build effective organisations through which they can change their communities for the better. Contains tips on organisational development, dealing with media and leadership.
Personal reflections on challenging male supremacy by Chris Crass. Part I: “How can I be sexist? I’m an anarchist!”. A great article recommended to us by Ben Margetts who says “It is the best article I have read by a man, for men, on sexism.”
Great workshop resources. Topics including: ‘Understanding the role of the organiser’; ‘The intersections of oppression’; ‘Organisational self-assessment tool’; ‘Why is political education important?’; ‘Self-criticism checklist’
Organizing for Power is a project of The Alliance of Community Trainers. ACT offers knowledge, tools, and skills to individuals, organizations and communities to empower sustainable transformation. Great collection of resources, especially on anti-oppression.
Ninety percent of people join a group because a person asked them. A few join groups after reading a flyer or newspaper ad. Very few, but often highly motivated, people go looking for groups to join. Most people join because someone they know asks them. Face-to-face, eyeball-to-eyeball. This is an important finding. If you want people to join your group, you have to ask them, in person. This is what works. Person-to-person. One-on-one.
Ninety percent of people join a group because a person asked them. A few join groups after reading a flyer or newspaper ad. Very few, but often highly motivated, people go looking for groups to join. Most people join because someone they know asks them. Face-to-face, eyeball-to-eyeball. This is an important finding. If you want people to join...
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