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How People Power Health Propels Healthcare Professionals On Their Journeys in Activism (Case Study)
How People Power Health Propels Healthcare Professionals On Their Journeys in Activism
Health Justice Guide
This curated guide is a compilation of the primary resources available on LCN's Resource Center about Health Justice. It includes videos, articles, books, and other tools.
The Craft of Campaigns: A Podcast for Organizers
A podcast that goes behind the headlines and hashtags, inviting movement storytellers to share lessons from social justice campaigns.
Public Narrative Explained By Sarah ElRaheb (Video)
A series of short videos to explain public narrative and story narrative by Sarah ElRaheb.
Marshall Ganz interviews Art Reyes III, the Executive Director of We the People-Michigan – Faces of Change Podcast Series (Video and Audio)
Marshall meets Art Reyes III, the Executive Director of We the People-Michigan, a statewide multi-racial community organization that is building people-power for social and economic justice in Michigan.
Systems Thinking for Campaigning and Organizing – تفکر سیستمی برای کمپین و سازماندهی (English and Farsi)
Tool in Farsi for developing an understanding of the system you want to change and developing effective strategies to shift it.
Community Organizing Model on How to Get Commitments Using 4C’s
A video in the how to get people to commit to come to your events and campaign during a workshop lead by Marshall Ganz.
docutribe: Transformative Power of Storytelling used to Create Social Good
Learn about Docutribe, a not for profit, creating social change through the power of storytelling and filmmaking
Community Organizing – 5 Steps to Create the Future You Want Together – コミュニティ・オーガナイジング――ほしい未来をみんなで創る５つのステップ (Japanese Book)
A Japanese guide to Community Organizing - 5 Steps to Create the Future You Want Together.
5 Steps to Change The World: Community Organizing through Manga – ヨノナカを変える５つのステップ: マンガでわかるコミュニティ・オーガナイジング (Japanese Book)
5 Steps to Change The World: Community Organizing through Manga