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|News Releases||How to do press releases (aka news releases). By The Spin Project. 6 pages. 2006. www.spinproject.org ||795||0||10-13-2006|
|Building Diverse Community Based Coalitions||By The Praxis Project. 2002. 5 pages. www.praxisproject.org||790||0||10-13-2006|
|Crossing Substances For Common Interest - Case Study||An Examination of the Movement Against Targeted Alcohol and Tobacco Marketing
And Its Implications for Public Health Coalitions. By Themba and Robinson. 1997. 23 pages.||851||0||10-13-2006|
|Tips on Base Building||How to build a stronger organizational base. By Greg Akili. 3 pages. 2004. ||764||0||10-13-2006|
|Behind the Kitchen Door - Report on NYC Restaurant Workers||Behind the Kitchen Door:
Pervasive Inequality in New York City's Thriving Restaurant Industry. By the Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York (ROC-NY)
and the New York City Restaurant Industry ||785||0||10-13-2006|
|Meta Messaging: Framing Your Case and Reinforcing Your Allie||On messaging/framing. By The Praxis Project and the Berkeley Media Studies Group. 2005. 15 pages.||789||0||10-13-2006|
|Developing a Policy Initiative||It’s not enough to simply react to issues with demands and counter demands. At some point, if we are serious about building community power, we must shape and initiate public policy. Below are basic||822||0||10-13-2006|
|Private Sector Funding Sources||Includes: foundations, corporations, individual donors, special events, earned income, religious institutions, and the United Way (and alternatives).
By the Center for Community Change. 1998. 14 pa||861||0||10-13-2006|
|Writing a Winning Proposal||How to write a winning grant proposal.
By the Center for Community Change. www.communitychange.org. 1998. 6 pages.||945||0||10-13-2006|
|How to Run a Good Meeting||By the Center for Community Change. www.communitychange.org. 1998. 5 pages.||1256||0||10-13-2006|
|Sample Job Descriptions for Board Members||If you are creating an official nonprofit organization, then you will need to establish a board.
By the Community Change Agents Project. 1998. 8 pages. www.communitychange.org||1525||0||10-13-2006|
|Promising Practices for Revenue Generation for Community Org||By Sandy O’Donnell, PhD, Jane Beckett, and Jean Rudd.
A project of the Center for Community Change. www.communitychange.org. 2005. 34 pages.||834||0||10-13-2006|
|Organizing for Jobs: Lessons Learned from CCC's Sector Orga||By Lisa Ranghelli, Center for Community Change, www.communitychange.org. 2002. 46 pages.||923||0||10-13-2006|
|NJ Voters' Bill of Rights||A pocket card that explains in simple language your voting rights -- who can vote, how to vote, what to do if you are turned away at your polling place -- in N.J.||694||0||10-10-2006|
|Movement as Network||An essay that calls for us to move away from organizational-centered politics to being more movement/network-centered.
Written for the environmental movement, but the argument is equally applicab||738||0||09-29-2006|
|Online Politics 101 Guide||Online Politics 101: The Tools and Tactics of Online Political Advocacy gathers the epolitics.com how-to articles into one conveniently packaged (and free) publication. 40 pages. 2006.||873||0||09-28-2006|
|Protest to Power: A New Strategy for the Anti-War Movement||Good resource for anti-war activists. A fresh look at how the anti-war movement can move from protest to power, and stop the war machine in its tracks.
The Politics, Econ||1005||0||09-22-2006|
|Guide to Social Change Led By and With Young People||The Guide to Social Change Led By and With Young People provides a broad scan of the variety of youth activism underway around the world. Includes brief descriptions and links to dozens of topics, as ||773||0||09-19-2006|
|10 Steps to Getting Press||One page fact sheet on how to get press. By the Drug Policy Alliance.||1336||0||08-28-2006|
|Turning the Tide: Challenging the Right on Campus||By Anuradha Mittal with Felicia Gustin and a foreward by Howard Zinn
An analysis of right wing and corporate influences in higher education.