Building Bridges, Building Power: Developments in Institution-based Community Organizing

Building Bridges, Building Power: Developments in Institution-based Community Organizing

DIY: Blessing Kits for the homeless to have organized and ready in your car.

DIY: Blessing Kits for the homeless to have organized and ready in your car.

The Social Work Podcast provides information on all things social work, including direct practice (both clinical and community organizing), research, policy, education... and everything in between. The purpose of the podcast is to present useful information in a user-friendly format. Although the intended audience is social workers, the information will be useful to anyone in a helping profession.

The Social Work Podcast provides information on all things social work, including direct practice (both clinical and community organizing), research, policy, education... and everything in between. The purpose of the podcast is to present useful information in a user-friendly format. Although the intended audience is social workers, the information will be useful to anyone in a helping profession.

Inspiring social change through community organizing | Dara Frimmer | TEDxUCLA - YouTube

Inspiring social change through community organizing | Dara Frimmer | TEDxUCLA - YouTube

Community Organizing Is More Important Than Ever. Here's How To Get Started.

Community Organizing Is More Important Than Ever. Here's How To Get Started.

Community Organizing Is More Important Than Ever. Here's How To Get Started.

Community Organizing Is More Important Than Ever. Here's How To Get Started.

Anna Cooper, born into slavery about 1859, was educated at St. Augustine’s University, married a professor, became an Episcopalean with a career in education, civil rights and community organizing, especially in Washington, D.C. At age 65 she became the fourth African-American woman to earn a doctorate from the Sorbonne, Paris; at age 70 she became president of Freylinghuysen University and served until she was 82.

Anna Cooper, born into slavery about 1859, was educated at St. Augustine’s University, married a professor, became an Episcopalean with a career in education, civil rights and community organizing, especially in Washington, D.C. At age 65 she became the fourth African-American woman to earn a doctorate from the Sorbonne, Paris; at age 70 she became president of Freylinghuysen University and served until she was 82.

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