Trainings for understanding power

Martin Luther King, Jr., defined power as the ability to achieve purpose. Each of these trainings offer teams important tools for understanding how to build and organize power for systems change.

Art of Leadership

Using power effectively means having difficult conversations, dealing with stress and challenging emotions, as well as planning and collaborating effectively. This material will help to hone those skills.

Rockwood Leadership Institute

Midwest Academy

Resources from a national training institute focused on progressive movements for social justice.

Midwest Academy

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The Management Center

Training to help leaders working for social change build and run more effective organizations.

The Management Center

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Race Forward: Racial Justice Trainings

A collection of interactive trainings for those who wish to sharpen their skills and strategies to address structural racism and advance racial equity.

Race Forward

Racial Equity Institute

Offering racial equity workshops, trainings, presentations, and consultations.

Racial Equity Institute

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Racial Equity Learning Module: Power Analysis

Exploring power, how it’s implemented, and how it may be dismantled through critical thinking.

Racial Equity Tools

Color Of Change

Color Of Change is the nation’s largest online racial justice organization, designing campaigns powerful enough to end practices that unfairly hold Black people back, and championing solutions that move us all forward.

Color Of Change

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Leading Change Network

Developing leadership and supporting organizers around the world through a community of practice, ongoing learning and coaching.

Leading Change Network

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