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BuildTheWheel.org site launched!
“Build the wheel is a collaborative initiative, coordinated by the Partnership for Immigrant Leadership and Action (PILA), to help strengthen community empowerment efforts across the country.
Buildthewheel.org is being designed as an online, interactive, learning community where staff and community leaders from diverse organizations, neighborhoods, cities and issue areas can come together to build upon each others’ practice, experiences and learning in popular political education and leadership development… a space where community leaders and organizations seeking to affect policy change through community organizing and civic participation strategies will gain access to tools, curricula and resources to more effectively educate ourselves and the community constituents, members and leaders we work with.”
Content Partners include:
Building Movement Project, Californians for Justice, Catalyst Project, Chinese Progressive Association – San Francisco, DataCenter, Highlander Research and Education Center, Mobilize the Immigrant Vote, Movement Generation, Movement Strategy Center, National Organizers Alliance, Organizers for America, People Organizing to Demand Environmental & Economic Rights, School of Unity & Liberation, United for a Fair Economy
Welcome to the BRIDGE blog!The AAPIP NGEC / BRIDGE blog features news, resources, & fresh perspectives on building a stronger social justice movement infused with gender & equity values ~ with and by Asian American Pacific Islander grassroots community organizations. Visit aapip.org & genderandequity.org for more information!
- There is Nothing More Difficult
- How NGEC’s Organizational Fellowship Program Built Our Organization’s Capacity to Achieve Gender Equity
- Ending at the Beginning: A Reflection about the Final Convening of Organizational Fellowship Program
- For Women to Be All That They Can Be
- California OFP Cohort Explores Challenges to Movement Building and Gender Democracy
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