How do movements transform our systems and structures, and who we are?
How can sharpening our purpose and defining our horizon build transformative movements?
What is needed of us to create the world we imagine?
How do we connect and lean into trust, mutuality, and interdependence to build a “Bigger We”?
Practicing Transformation for Social Justice
Breaking Through with Bold Vision
Caring Communities, Courageous Action
Leading with Love
Transforming Cities in a Changing Climate
Shifting and Sequencing Investment and Impact to Balance Human and Ecological Systems (2.0)
Principles for Effective Community-Driven Change
Report Background & Executive Summary
Transforming Conditions and Health Outcomes for Boys and Men of Color
Five Steps to Collective Impact & Transformative Social Change
Mapping the Food Movement Ecosystem to Develop Winning Strategy
A Field Analysis of Youth Organizing in Pittsburgh
Environmental Justice Leadership for Climate Justice, Sustainable Communities and a Deep Green Economy
Organizers Transforming the Practice of Social Justice
Recent Affirmative Action Battles and the Implications for America’s Promise
Linking Leadership Development to Executive Leadership Transitions
Gender, Organizing and Movement Building at the Intersection of Environmental Justice & Reproductive Justice
Women Organizing at the Intersection of Environmental and Reproductive Justice
Young People Shaping Environmental Justice
Uniting Youth Organizing, Development and Services for Long-Term Sustainability
Profiles of Youth-Led and Youth-Driven Organizations
Insights from the July Transitions Lab
A Call to Mobilize Strong and Weak Ties
An Interview about Spirit and Sustainability with Gihan Perera
An Integrated Approach to Community Transformation
An Equation for Building Progressive Power
Using Geographic Data for Neighborhood Revitalization
Uncovering Effective Ways of Supporting Young People as Agents of Change
Youth Empowerment Groups and Media Messaging
Featuring Makani Themba (Higher Ground Strategies), Quinton Sankofa (Movement Generation), and Nwamaka Agbo (Movement Strategy Center).
Powerful videoconference hosted by MSC on 12/21/16 featuring Judith LeBlanc (Native Organizer’s Alliance), Fahd Ahmed (DRUM & #NoMuslimRegistry), and adrienne maree brown (Co-Editor Octavia’s Brood).
Recording of Webinar #6, Transformative Strategy, produced in partnership with Move to End Violence
Recording of Webinar #5, Strategic Navigation, produced in partnership with Move to End Violence
Recording of Webinar #4 Radical Connection, produced in partnership with Move to End Violence
Recording of Webinar #3 Deep Embodiment and Practice, produced in partnership with Move to End Violence
Recording of Webinar #2 Lead with Vision & Purpose, produced in partnership with Move to End Violence
Recording of Webinar #1 Transformative Movement Building, produced in partnership with Move to End Violence
Video: Why Movements Matter & How They Work