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Category Archives: Building Our Mass Work
I’ve been having a kind of existential crisis about my mass work recently—a real, deep crisis, like getting beat up over and over again by a question you can’t shake. Eight years into my movement work, whole possible lives that … Continue reading
Leveraging our Power in the Face of Red-baiting, Right Wing Populism: The Tea Party in the Context of Mass Work and Community Organizing
When the tea party first came on the scene and Glenn Beck started putting people we know on his chalkboard, organizers on the Left began questioning our strategy and personal safety. How bad is this trend? Bad. Of course it’s … Continue reading
If you are an organizer working in any way to make progressive change, this framework is probably familiar: Work to build power by recruiting members and developing their leadership abilities. Center the work on issues. Use collective, direct-action strategies as … Continue reading