Understanding the workings of democracy, whether or not they are always applied in our country, is necessary to localize the nature and structure of power in our society.
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Nonviolent Direct Action Training Resources
This is an evolving digital library of resources for people who want to use nonviolent direct action to support democracy.
10 Actions Nonprofit Leaders Can Take to Support Our Democracy and Their Constituents
Nonprofit leaders and organizations have a historic and moral role to play. Learn how to support our democracy as a nonprofit leader.
Hold the Line: A Guide to Defending Democracy
Hold the Line: A Guide to Defending Democracy was developed to help people organize and ensure that the 2020 election was free and fair, and that the results were upheld.
Hold the Line
10 things you need to know to stop a coup
A guide to defend democracy with the wide body of experience and evidence from the many countries that have experienced a coup since World War II.
Listen to How whiteness distorts our democracy, with Eddie Glaude Jr. from The Ezra Klein Show
A conversation about some of the hardest issues in American life: the way racism is intertwined with America’s political system, the worldviews we force ourselves to adopt to justify racial inequality, and the way white fear sets boundaries on black politics.
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