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|How to Run a Good Meeting||By the Center for Community Change. www.communitychange.org. 1998. 5 pages.||1711||0||10-13-2006|
|Sample Job Descriptions for Board Members||If you are creating an official nonprofit organization, then you will need to establish a board.
By the Community Change Agents Project. 1998. 8 pages. www.communitychange.org||2254||0||10-13-2006|
|Promising Practices for Revenue Generation for Community Org||By Sandy O’Donnell, PhD, Jane Beckett, and Jean Rudd.
A project of the Center for Community Change. www.communitychange.org. 2005. 34 pages.||1270||0||10-13-2006|
|Organizing for Jobs: Lessons Learned from CCC's Sector Orga||By Lisa Ranghelli, Center for Community Change, www.communitychange.org. 2002. 46 pages.||1350||0||10-13-2006|
|The Alameda Corridor Job Training and Employment Program - C||Replicating Success - The Alameda Corridor Job Training and Employment Program - A Replication Manual for Winning and Implementing Community-Based Jobs Programs on Public Construction Projects.
|Student Activist Handbook||Concise, informative guide to help students join together to work for justice. Based on personal experience, coursework, and information from some of the best books in the field. Forty-nine helpful an||1620||0||10-28-2006|
|An Action Guide for Education Organizing||For organizing on educational issues. By the Center for Community Change. www.communitychange.org, 2005. 104 pages.||1647||0||11-19-2006|
|American Opportunity: A Communications Toolkit||Tools, tips and techniques for building the national will to expand opportunity for all. By The Spin Project and The Opportunity Agenda. 52 pages. 2006.||1285||0||11-19-2006|
|Investing in Progressive Leadership Development: Building a||In order to secure a lasting victory in the battle for America's future, it is essential for progressives to
identify, empower and sustain the active engagement of the next generation of leaders. You||1441||0||11-19-2006|
|Corporate Campaigning Activist Toolkit||An organizing guide for targetting corporations that are harming the environment. By the Rainforest Action Network. 86 pages.||2512||0||11-19-2006|
|In Our Own Words: Immigrants' Experiences in the Northwest||The Northwest, along with the nation, is in the midst of a
polarized and contentious debate about immigration. Politicians
and the media paint conflicting pictures of the influence
of immigrants on||1974||0||11-19-2006|
|An Action Guide to the Community Development Block Grant Pro||For much of this period, one of the largest federal
programs that is supposed to primarily benefit low
income people is the Community Development Block
Grant program, or CDBG. Every year the federa||1584||0||11-19-2006|
|Clean Indoor Air and Communities of Color: Challenges and O||By Elva Yañez
A Policy Backgrounder by
Policy Advocacy on Tobacco and Health (PATH) of
The Praxis Project. 7 pages. 2005.||1290||0||11-19-2006|
|Coalition Building||Coalition Building - Little Black Book. For college students. By Young People For. 32 pages. 2006.||1261||0||11-19-2006|
|Deliberate Differences: Progressive and Conservative Campus||Today’s common wisdom is that conservative
students are more effective on campuses than progressives,
since conservative organizations provide
more financial support and organizational assistance||1645||0||11-19-2006|
|Executive Excess 2006: Defense and Oil Executives Cash in o||13th Annual CEO Compensation Survey.
By the Institute for Policy Studies and United for a Fair Economy. 2006. 60 pages.||1334||0||11-19-2006|
|Restoring Voting Rights to Citizens with Felony||Most states restrict the voting rights of citizens who have been
convicted of felonies. Each of the fifty states has different rules about
who can vote. There is no federal law governing the voting ||1165||0||11-19-2006|
|The Growing Divide: Inequality and the Roots of Economic In||Good material for doing a workshop on economic inequality.
By United for a Fair Economy. www.faireconomy.org. 2006. ||3810||0||11-19-2006|
|New Approaches to Generating Jobs and Opportunities for Resi||How do you revitalize the economy of a low
income community? How do you get
decent jobs for more people in that
For decades, community organizations have
struggled to find answers to t||1343||0||11-19-2006|
|Saving and Creating Good Jobs: A Study of Industrial Retent||SAVING and CREATING GOOD JOBS:
A Study of Industrial Retention
and Expansion Programs.
Across the country, nonprofit organizations
and government agencies are trying new
approaches to problems ||1323||0||11-19-2006|