Lost in Translation: What Does it Mean to Organize Across Languages?

"Who are my people?" This question lies at the core of every organizer's journey, propelling their quest to create an inclusive framework of organizing that resonates with the people. This often starts with finding the right words.  It all began two years ago when I was teaching public narrative alongside Marshall Ganz at the Leadership, Storytelling, and Action

Whisper to Humanity: Organizing Children for Gender Equality in Nigeria

How can sustainable change be achieved when families and school textbooks dictate what children can or cannot aspire to?  In 2020, a group of 5 young Nigerian activists set out to end gender inequalities and stereotypes within the Nigerian school system, which were limiting opportunities for children. Initially, the group’s focus was on girls'