The next Organizing 2.0 training conference has a date: April 29-30. And we’re proud to be returning to the site of our first conference ever, way back in 2009: The Murphy Institute. Once again, we’ll be bringing together the labor and organizing world’s most enthusiastic trainers in organizing, digital strategy, social media, grassroots fundraising and advocacy. [...]
Register today for the next Organizing 2.0 Organizing Training Conference! April 10-11 at the Murphy Institute in midtown New York. This is the best deal for communicators, organizers, researchers and activists working in labor, community organizing, and the nonprofit world.
How can the important organizations with large lists of progressives work together to influence the outcome of local races of importance? Let’s explore that a bit…
We take the practice of interning seriously. So we’ve crafted a thoughtful description, posted it in a variety of useful places, and asked all our supporters to share on social media. But there’s nothing as powerful as personal testimony. Read what former interns have to say.
Last month, the New Organizing Institute lost most of its staff in a leadership and budget crisis. The progressive response was to help those who lost their jobs AND ensure that NOI continues to exist. But there are larger questions those of us in the training space might be asking.
Using the ‘book sprint’ methodology, we can create a new resource guide for digital organizers in the labor movement in New York City – all during the Organizing 2.0 conference.
Let’s be sane, humble and self-sacrificing practitioners of nonviolent direct action in close knit coordination with other movements and communities. Let’s be a Rebel Alliance of sorts. Wouldn’t you want to be part of the Rebel Alliance, if it existed?
President Trumka has made it clear that he wants to open-source the labor movement, creating programs, tools and campaigns that everyone can join, modify, and share. Are we up to the challenge?