Movement Building: Strengthening Movements for Social, Racial, Economic, and Gender Justice

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Author: Wellstone

“Communities that don’t have power can’t win on a particular issue unless they build it.” This Wellstone webpage serves as an initial informational resource for skill, leadership, and movement development to make it happen. Tools contained within this site are easy to understand and practical in use.

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