Resources – ForaChangeShowcasing the synergies between artistic imagination and shrewd political strategy, this generously illustrated volume can easily be slipped into your pocket as you head out to the streets. This is for everyone who longs for a more beautiful, more just, more livable world — and wants to know how to get there. Includes a new introduction by the editors. The best-selling author of Seven Days in the Art World now tells the story of the artists themselves—how they move through the world, command credibility, and create iconic works. Sarah Thornton's beautifully paced, fly-on-the-wall narratives include visits with Ai Weiwei before and after his imprisonment and Jeff Koons as he woos new customers in London, Frankfurt, and Abu Dhabi.
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Designing Your Digital Strategy: Workbook. Content Calendar Template. MobLab is a global learning and collaboration network powering the future of social change campaigns. NEON Toolkit is for campaigners, activists and organisers. ActBuildChange is a free online training resource for community organising. Nonprofit Tech for Good provides valuable, easy-to-understand information, news and resources on nonprofit technology, online communications and social fundraising. Framing Equality: Communication Toolkit for Equality Bodies explains the importance of framing — how stories are told interacts with our thinking — and explains how to craft our communication to create sustainable social change.
Patrick Reinsborough born is an American writer, activist, social change theorist and practitioner. Reinsborough's writing and political work deals with building transformative movements, shifting cultural narratives and political imagination  with a focus on the ecological crisis. Reinsborough was a prominent organizer, trainer and media spokesperson for the U. He has been a public voice against U. Reinsborough has been associated with a number of campaigns challenging the human rights and ecological impacts of fossil fuels as well as demanding stronger action to address climate change. He has supported protests inside the United Nations COP Climate Talks that criticize the failure of the process to address the climate crisis  as well as worked to amplify the voices of North American indigenous leaders participating in the UN forum. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
After the elections, media rushed to figure out why working-class white people voted for Trump. The implication, stated or unstated, was that progressives and Democrats should focus on trying to understand and convert these Trump stalwarts. If we want Trump out of office, how do we shrink his base, and build ours? According to many savvy strategists, the way to do that is not by trying to convert Trump voters. This excerpt from the action guide, Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for Revolution , assembled by Andrew Boyd, advocates a very different organizing and mobilizing strategy. In it, Joshua Kahn Russell urges us to analyze who our real bases of potential support are, and design our organizing to draw them closer to us. Activating the large pool of passive allies, and persuading those who are neutral or undecided to stand with us, is a far more effective way to focus our work than arguing with the MAGA crowd.
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Art transforms hearts, minds, and social movements. This class explores history around movement art. Art is used for social movements: from posters to protest signs, t-shirts to buttons, book covers to zine art. What are the overarching principles that tie this art together? Examining recurrent themes, production methods, and makers of political art helps us understand the ways images and messages play roles in social movement strategies and resistance cultures.