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|Re:imagining change: an introduction to story based strategy||Re:Imagining Change is an interactive and accessible resource guide to smartMeme’s story-based strategy tools and methods. Download 60 pages of ideas, analysis, case studies, and strategies to chang||1808||0||12-12-2008|
|Coal Blooded Action Toolkit||The 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, Awa||1808||0||01-25-2013|
|Anti-Sweat Xmas Carol Songbook||A songbook compiling 30 anti-sweatshop versions of popular Christmas carols, for use at wintertime anti-sweat actions (especially the GAP, Nike, other major corporate targets, etc). It's designed to ||1802||0||11-24-2002|
|Expose Circuses||Help document animal abuse in circuses||1801||0||03-16-2005|
|NYU Disorientation Guide 2008||The 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 st||1801||0||09-16-2008|
|An Analysis of Student Activism at Wittenberg University||The Search for the Metamotivated Activist: An Analysis of Student Activism at Wittenberg University. By Katie Adamson. Uses a social movements framework and statistics to look at what issues could mo||1798||0||01-03-2005|
|Why Unions Matter||In this PDF pamphlet, Elaine Bernard (member of the Democratic Socialists of America and executive Director of the Labor and Worklife Program at the Harvard Law School) explains why anyone who cares a||1795||0||07-13-2005|
|End Campus Complicity with War||Two page essay on ending your school's support for war by challenging the CIA, FBI, military recruiters, ROTC, and military research. By Aaron Kreider.||1794||4||02-12-2003|
|UTX-Austin alternative zine||Issue is a newspaper offering in-depth reporting and analysis on issues affecting the University of Texas at Austin campus and surrounding areas.
This issue has articles on UTX's connection w/ priv||1791||0||01-17-2004|
|Mountaintop Removal Factsheet||Mountaintop removal is a method of surface mining that removes a seam of coal by blasting off the top of a mountain and dumping the "excess spoil" into the valley below. Through this practice, the US ||1791||0||03-04-2004|
|Tampaction Workshop Power Point||These are some slides that can be used to compliment a Tampaction Workshop. They need a lot of work but the bare info might be helpful.||1790||0||08-31-2004|
|Anarchism: What it Really Stands For.||An essay in pamphlet form by Emma Goldman.||1787||0||09-19-2003|
|Student Unions Essay||By Charlie Eaton.||1773||4||03-07-2002|
|10 Steps to Getting Press||One page fact sheet on how to get press. By the Drug Policy Alliance.||1772||0||08-28-2006|
|Demilitarization Guide for Youth and Students||The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation is pleased to announce the publication of â€œA Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste: A Guide to the Demilitarization of America's Youth & Students." Also called the ||1769||4||02-27-2005|
|Researching Where Your School's Electricity Comes From||Provides a step-by-step guide to how to figure out where your school's electricity really comes from and how to research the environmental impacts of that electricity use.||1769||0||11-02-2005|
|Tampaction Ready-Made Workshop||This is a workshop-on-a-wall. All you need is a printer and some tape/staples/tacks to put it up.
Note - I made this specifically suited for the Syracuse University campus - if you want help modif||1765||0||06-19-2007|
|Strong and Weak Language||For use in canvassing. By the Progressive Action Network. 1 page.||1759||0||05-15-2006|
|40 Years Later: Unrealized American Dream. (Racism)||A report that examines the progress/lack of progress made in achieving equality for African Americans in the past 40 years.
By Dedrick Muhammad, Institute for Policy Studies.
|WRC Case Study by Cal Poly||A case study of how students got their university to join the Worker Rights Consortium in 2001. By Jesse McGowan. 4 pages.||1755||0||01-03-2005|