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.
Rockwood Leadership Institute
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.
Resources from a national training institute focused on progressive movements for social justice.
The Management Center
Training to help leaders working for social change build and run more effective organizations.
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.
Racial Equity Institute
Offering racial equity workshops, trainings, presentations, and consultations.
Types of Coalition Solidarity
A quick but comprehensive glance at the six types of solidarity, their principles, and examples of each.
Resources from community organizing trainings attended by Nicola
Check out this folder full of training materials on community organizing from events that Nicola has attended or been inspired by.
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