Organizing For Social Change

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Anmol Publications Pvt. Limited, Jan 1, 2003 - 436 pages
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At Last, Here Is A Comprehensive Manual For Grassroots Organizers Working For Social, Political, Environmental, And Economic Change At The Local, State, And National Levels. Since 1973 The Midwest Academy Has Attracted More Than 20,000 Grassroots Activists From Unions, Student Advocacy Groups, Housing And Tenant Associations, Church Organizations, Senior Citizen Networks, And State And Local Citizen Action Coalitions. The Academy Handbook Is Central To The Success Of Its Seminars, And It Provides An Invaluable Reference Source For Organizers Throughout Their Careers. Also Included Are Anecdotes About A Wide Variety Of Real Organizations Working On Issues Concerning Labour, Pollution, Housing, Voter Registration, Racism, Healthcare, Peace, Religion, Consumer Protection, Energy, And Public Campaign Financing. Whatever The Cause, This Is The Manual That Can Help Guide Organizers And Ensure That They Continue To Reach Their Goals With Efficiency And Dignity. Use It And Organize!

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