“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, it’s not going to get better. It’s not.” – Dr. Seuss

Washington Peace Center DC Organizing Principles  **DC Specific

  • Four page introduction to organizing in DC
  • Historical context of relationships with DC and national organizers
  • Anyone planning on making or attending events in DC should read this!

From Protests Past, Lessons in What Works

  • Concise article with concrete advice about how to get involved in activities that work
  • Motivation for taking part in a wide breadth of activities

Indivisible Guide

  • Available on the web, for download, and in Spanish
  • Basics of grassroots organizing and learning from the Tea Party in effectiveness strategies
  • Made by Congressional staffers

Building a Movement to End the New Jim Crow

  • Study Guide, Call to Action, and Organizing Guide available for online ordering
  • Background on systemic racism and how to build effective movements

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