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Messaging This Moment: Mobilizing Our Base and Persuading the Middle on Policing, Protest and Racial Injustice
This guide offers high level suggestions for activating the broadest possible range of support for desired policy solutions, inoculating against our opposition’s narrative, and contending with the understandable despondency we cannot risk from the base.
Protesting Police Violence: A RACE-CLASS MESSAGING GUIDE
This messaging guide is written for progressive advocates and the advice is consistent with our values. That said, the messages presented here are framed to appeal to a broad spectrum of people. They reflect lessons learned in our Race-Class Narrative Project, as well as in focus groups among Latinos taking place in May and June of 2020.
Disrupting White Dominant Culture
Reflection questions for white people working for racial justice.
Mutual Aid 101: Toolkit
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and organizer Mariame Kaba’s response to COVID-19 based in community building and resource sharing.
The Standing United Project
The project explained by the founder Jenae Butler.
A multiracial, multigenerational, working-class coalition. People’s Action and People’s Action Institute were founded in 2016 to ignite a movement of millions that captures the rising demand for change in our society.
Color Of Change
Color Of Change designs campaigns powerful enough to end practices that unfairly hold Black people back, & champion solutions that move us all forward.
The Midwest Academy is a leading national training institute for the progressive movement for social justice.
re:power is a team of organizers, strategists, and technologists dedicated to building transformative political power.
The Center for Popular Democracy
The Center for Popular Democracy works to create equity, opportunity and a dynamic democracy in partnership with high-impact base-building organizations, organizing alliances, and progressive unions.
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