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The Corporate Linked UniversityThe Corporate-Linked University: From Social Project to Market Force . Focusses on Canada. By Janice Newson. 20 pages. 1896011-12-2004
How to Research CompaniesThe Corporate Watch DIY Guide to How to Research Companies. By Corporate Watch UK. 16 pages.1565005-03-2004
Coal Blooded Action ToolkitThe Coal Blooded Action Toolkit is a step-by-step guide on how to take action to address pollution from coal fired power plants. The toolkit has six modules: Investigating Coal in Your Community, Awa1947001-25-2013
Schools No LongerThe case against schools. By Colin Ward.1427011-12-2004
Power Vote PacketThe campaign packet for Power Vote - a project of the Energy Action Coalition to get young people involved in voting for climate justice in the 2008 election. 5 pages. powervote.org1465007-16-2008
2009 Brower Youth Awards: accepting applications for $3,000The Brower Youth Awards just launched the 2009 prize search for outstanding grassroots environmental leaders. We’re looking for individuals ages 13-22 who are changing the world. Six Brower Yout1561001-01-2009
Starting or Reviving a GroupThe basics on starting or reviving a student (or other) group. By the Student Environmental Action Coalition. 4 pages.33243.610-04-2003
The Attraction to Activism: Recruitment and RetentionThe Attraction to Activism: Recruitment and Retention in Progressive Student Organizations Syracuse University Honors Thesis In progressive politics, much attention is placed on the need to recr2462503-09-2010
Bank Tenant Association Organizing ManualThe approach we ultimately designed—which we call the Bank Tenant Association (BTA) Organizing Model—is a product of more than three decades of successful grassroots housing organizing. It inc3052011-16-2012
APA Resolution Against Native American Mascots, Images, PersThe American Psychological Association resolution is a great resource to use to educate the uninformed about the harm of using a race of people as a sports mascot or symbol. See also examples of fan h1411010-01-2005
SAFER's Activist Resource CenterThe Activist Resource Center is SAFER's free online library covering every topic you need for a successful sexual assault policy reform movement at your campus! The ARC is always growing, so be sure t1584012-16-2009
NYU Disorientation Guide 2008The 2008 edition of NYU inc.’s Disorientation Guide is finished! The Disorientation Guide is a growing tradition at NYU - the first one was published at the beginning of the 2002 school year, and st1954009-16-2008
Port Huron Statement - Students for a Democratic SocietyThe 1962 vision statement by Students for a Democratic Society (SDS).4794007-22-2004
Fighting Military Research Case Study: We Almost WonThe 1988-89’ Student Campaign to end Military Weapons Research at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. By Randy Viscio.5712001-27-2009
Counter Recruitment FlierTen Points to Consider Before You Sign a Military Enlistment Agreement. By the American Friends Service Committee Youth and Militarism Program. 2 pages.1941005-04-2004
Team Types ActivityTeam types is a straightforward tool for participants to learn about themselves through identifying themselves within four different categories. These four types each represent different aspects of h1575007-10-2007
Tampon_warning_x8Tampon warnings - print out to make stickers.1405001-27-2005
Lobbying TipsTalking to your Elected Representatives (Lobbying). 3 pages.1305009-20-2003
Counter-Recruitment Talking PointsTalking Points For presentations to school boards and PTAs on the recruitment provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act By Pax Christi Long Island. 2 pages.1620005-04-2004
Photograph of Hostile Fan Behavior at FSU GameTaken at Sept 5th, 2005 FSU versus Miami Game at FSU during pregame Prostest in front of Stadium. Miami fan was carrying this doll on a noose around, and dragging it like a dog.1270010-01-2005
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