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|Store Display - Tampon Alternatives||I made this to hang in the natural foods department at the grocery store i work at. i hope it will make the products more visible and more accessible.||4979||0||03-19-2006|
|Campus Sustainability Digest - 2005||A review of campus sustainability efforts from 2005. By the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. 84 pages.||1988||0||04-01-2006|
|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.
|Student Rights Handbook||Student Rights Handbook, produced by the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey and the New Jersey State Bar Foundation.||1231||0||06-19-2006|
|Fair Trade Advocacy Guide||A comprehensive document which explains the Fair Trade certification system as well as useful tools on how to promote Fair Trade and Fair Trade purchasing policies on you campus||1751||0||07-14-2006|
|Board vs Staff Roles in Fundraising||Promotes board member involvement in fundraising.
By the Center for Community Change. www.communitychange.org. 1998. 9 pages||3010||0||10-13-2006|
|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 ||1173||0||09-19-2006|
|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||1416||0||09-22-2006|
|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.||1297||0||09-28-2006|
|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||1109||0||09-29-2006|
|Framing Public Issues||How to most effectively communicate your message. By the FrameWorks Institute. 60 pages. 2002. www.frameworksinstitute.org||1359||0||10-13-2006|
|Strategic Communication Planning||The purpose of a strategic
communications plan is to integrate
all the organization’s
programs, public education
and advocacy efforts. By The Spin Project. 7 pages. 2006. www.spinproject.org||1337||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.||1086||0||10-10-2006|
|Developing Relationships With Reporters||How to work with reporters to get your message across. By The Spin Project. 4 pages. 2006. www.spinproject.org||1153||0||10-13-2006|
|News Releases||How to do press releases (aka news releases). By The Spin Project. 6 pages. 2006. www.spinproject.org ||1165||0||10-13-2006|
|Building Diverse Community Based Coalitions||By The Praxis Project. 2002. 5 pages. www.praxisproject.org||1210||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.||1267||0||10-13-2006|
|Tips on Base Building||How to build a stronger organizational base. By Greg Akili. 3 pages. 2004. ||1154||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 ||1204||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.||1233||0||10-13-2006|