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Clean Energy Campus ToolkitThis toolkit was developed by Greenpeace as a comprehensive organizing guide outlining two successful clean energy campaign strategies.21410 
Teenagers - Wake Up!Leaflet for teen liberation. 4 pages.2140011-12-2004
Building a Solidarity Network - GuideA guide to building a successful solidarity network along the lines of the Seattle Solidarity Network, written by two SeaSol organisers. http://libcom.org/library/you-say-you-want-build-solidarity2136507-17-2013
UC Santa Cruz 2004 Disorientation GuideEverything you wanted to know about activism at UC Santa Cruz. 80 pages.2123001-17-2005
UC Nuclear Free brochureThis brochure offers a brief introduction to the UC Nuclear Free campaign, talking points, and action ideas. 2105004-19-2005
A Timeline of Activism at UC Santa Cruz: 1965 - 2006An Incomplete Timeline of Activism at UC Santa Cruz: 1965 – 2006. By Josh Sonnenfield. 40 pages.2072011-20-2007
Article about IsraelAn article that gives the reasons why many Jews as well as others have historically opposed the idea of a Jewish state2050012-06-2002
Community Organising WorkshopWorkshop outline / slides. By The Change Agency. 2036007-10-2007
Tampaction Dorm Workshop FlierI worked on shaping this for a while - hopefully the font will work, if not one of the files is in powerpoint so you can alter it to fit your needs :0)2033003-03-2005
SEAC High School Organizing GuideStudent Environmental Action Coalition High School Organizing Guide. 56 pages.2032211-20-2002
What is Genetically Engineered Food? Why Should You Care?Flyer on GE Foods, great to pass out at events or outside grocery stores in a public area2030003-16-2005
List of Schools Making WeaponsCampU.S. Strike for Peace Campaign list of PentaVersities. See strikeforpeace.org!2018010-02-2005
CIA Terrorists Off CampusWhy the CIA is bad and how to organize to get the CIA off of your campus. By Aaron Kreider. 5 pages.2001401-17-2004
Structuring a Functional and Just Group While there are endless variations, there are three main components to good activist/organizing organizations: Education, Action, and Campaign.1988012-26-2007
Tampaction PetitionThis is (what i think is) a good example of a petition to a campus bookstore, although it is missing a specific target (i.e. we demand that lisa johnson do such and such by such and such time), one of1953003-03-2005
Menstrual Health Workshop Flyer 1 and 2Edit to use your date, time & location.1945010-27-2004
Movement Action PlanA long term view of the stages that social movements go through, from being at the outskirts of society to gaining an overwhelming majority of public support and achieving social change. Excellent1942509-12-2004
The Attraction to Activism: Recruitment and RetentionThe 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 recr1932503-09-2010
Digital Security for ActivistsHere at the Riseup Collective Headquarters, we have just completed collecting personal stories and practical advice about digital security and online organizing. For activists, by activists. It is 1931006-30-2010
Syllabus for a Course on Student MovementsA syllabus for a college level course on the history of student movements in the US. Includes a detailed reading list and a progressive approach to grading. Unfortunately I have never had the chan1920303-09-2004
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