By Rinku Sen
Stir It Up — written through popular activist and coach Rinku Sen— identifies the most important priorities and techniques that may aid improve the challenge of any social swap crew. This groundbreaking publication addresses the original demanding situations and possibilities the recent international economic climate poses for activist teams and gives concrete suggestions for group businesses of all orientations. subsidized by way of the Ms. beginning, Stir It Up attracts on classes realized from Sen's groundbreaking paintings with women's teams organizing for financial justice. in the course of the ebook, Sen walks readers in the course of the steps of creating and mobilizing a constituency and imposing key options which can influence social swap. The publication is full of illustrative case reviews that spotlight most sensible organizing practices in motion and every bankruptcy includes instruments which may aid teams tailor Sen's version for his or her personal organizational wishes. Stir It Up will express your company the way to layout and behavior activities that extra crusade goals
Develop powerful leaders
Build robust alliances and networks
Generate and use stable research
Design a good media strategy
Put in position a plan for inner political schooling and consciousness-raising
With the knowledge, instruments, and proposals defined during this booklet your company can use your "good thought" to alter the realm.
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Alinsky is famous for accusing Eastman Kodak of having contributed nothing to race relations but color ﬁlm. In 1974, Ernesto Cortez went to San Antonio and started Citizens Organized for Public Service, which is now the best-known IAF group; and in 1994, an IAF organization, Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development, designed and won the ﬁrst local living wage ordinance, sparking hundreds of similar campaigns nationally. xlvi Introduction Alinsky laid out his organizing theory in two important works: Rules for Radicals ( 1989) and Reveille for Radicals ( 1991).
Later, the organization helped win passage of a pregnancy-discrimination act, raised public awareness of the health hazards posed by computer jobs, and contributed to the ﬁght for the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. 9to5 also operates a job-survival hotline, organizes and trains people to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace, lends its voice to the debate on welfare reform, runs the Poverty Network Initiative in Milwaukee to work on welfare issues, and works with a national network to end discrimination against parttime, temporary, and contract workers.
A related critique is that community organizing’s issues and rules do not match the political cultures and priorities of communities of color and antiracist activists (Delgado, 1986; Fellner, 1998; Blake, 1999). The question of appropriate issues became particularly important as a conservative backlash against the gains of the civil rights movement gathered steam in the 1980s and 1990s; this challenge from the right effectively divided communities of color through legislative campaigns that criminalized urban youth and undocumented immigrants, among others.