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|Campus-Community Organizing Guide||The Energy Justice Network's Campus-Community Organizing Guide: Building Power for Lasting Change in the Youth Movement for Clean Energy. Main sections include 4 Great Ways to Help Communities, The Wo||1586||0||08-30-2007|
|Generation Broke: The Growth of Debt Among Young Americans||The economic security of younger Americans is eroding at an alarming pace as a result of mounting student loan and credit card debt, slow wage growth, underemployment, and rising costs. From Demos, a ||2221||0||12-06-2004|
|Regional Coalition Building||The document, written by Gerald Farinas in 2002, has been used by over 200 groups as a model for campus movement coalition building. The information is outdated but still useful. For more information||2716||0||10-10-2007|
|Rising Consciousness||The development of an activist consciousness. Traces the steps from apathy to engagement. By Randy Schutt. 2 pages.||1443||0||09-20-2003|
|The Corporate Linked University||The Corporate-Linked University:
From Social Project to Market Force . Focusses on Canada. By Janice Newson. 20 pages.
|How to Research Companies||The Corporate Watch DIY Guide to How to Research Companies. By Corporate Watch UK.
|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||1669||0||01-25-2013|
|Schools No Longer||The case against schools.
By Colin Ward.||1231||0||11-12-2004|
|Power Vote Packet||The campaign packet for Power Vote - a project of the Energy Action Coalition to get young people involved in voting for climate justice in the 2008 election.
|2009 Brower Youth Awards: accepting applications for $3,000||The Brower Youth Awards just launched the 2009 prize search for outstanding grassroots environmental leaders. We’re looking for individuals ages 13-22 who are changing the world.
Six Brower Yout||1371||0||01-01-2009|
|Starting or Reviving a Group||The basics on starting or reviving a student (or other) group. By the Student Environmental Action Coalition. 4 pages.||3112||3.6||10-04-2003|
|The Attraction to Activism: Recruitment and Retention||The Attraction to Activism: Recruitment and Retention in Progressive Student Organizations
Syracuse University Honors Thesis
In progressive politics, much attention is placed on the need to recr||2236||5||03-09-2010|
|Bank Tenant Association Organizing Manual||The approach we ultimately designed—which
we call the Bank Tenant Association (BTA)
Organizing Model—is a product of more than
three decades of successful grassroots housing
organizing. It inc||2483||0||11-16-2012|
|APA Resolution Against Native American Mascots, Images, Pers||The American Psychological Association resolution is a great resource to use to educate the uninformed about the harm of using a race of people as a sports mascot or symbol. See also examples of fan h||1201||0||10-01-2005|
|SAFER's Activist Resource Center||The Activist Resource Center is SAFER's free online library covering every topic you need for a successful sexual assault policy reform movement at your campus! The ARC is always growing, so be sure t||1368||0||12-16-2009|
|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||1704||0||09-16-2008|
|Port Huron Statement - Students for a Democratic Society||The 1962 vision statement by Students for a Democratic Society (SDS).||4532||0||07-22-2004|
|Fighting Military Research Case Study: We Almost Won||The 1988-89â€™ Student Campaign to end Military Weapons Research at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
By Randy Viscio.||5436||0||01-27-2009|
|Counter Recruitment Flier||Ten Points to Consider Before You Sign a Military Enlistment Agreement.
By the American Friends Service Committee Youth and Militarism Program.
|Team Types Activity||Team types is a straightforward tool for participants to learn about themselves through identifying themselves within four
different categories. These four types each represent different aspects of h||1380||0||07-10-2007|