"Empowering communities through intersectional education and training to form coalitions that take actions toward progressive change."
The vision of the North Alabama School for Organizers is to create a learning and educational environment to educate to organize - a school where people can attend to enhance and explore meaningful areas of organizing to empower themselves and their communities to be self-determined, solve problems, create change and control their own destiny.
The purpose of the North Alabama School for Organizers is to train organizers, individuals and groups to take progressive action to strive for a better world through classes, hands-on experiences of projects, and activities - to encourage the participant to strengthen their organization and take action to control their destiny.
The North Alabama School for Organizers seeks to empower communities through intersectional education and training to form coalitions that take progressive actions toward progressive change.
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By working on solutions to issues such as homeless support, environmental justice, freedom from corrupt government, Military Veteran support, foster care support, reproductive education, financial education, public education support, the elimination of racism & other discrimination, and healthcare support, the Alabama Solutions team seeks to restore hope, freedom and faith in our communities.Visit their website
The Etowah Visitation Project is a member group of Freedom for Immigrants, formerly known as CIVIC, a national network which visits and monitors approximately 55 immigrant prisons and jails in 23 states.Visit their website
The IWW is a member-run union for all workers, a union dedicated to organizing on the job, in our industries and in our communities. IWW members are organizing to win better conditions today and build a world with economic democracy tomorrow. We want our workplaces run for the benefit of workers and communities rather than for a handful of bosses and executives.Visit their website
The League of Women Voters believes in the power of women to create a more perfect democracy. That's been their vision since 1920, when the League of Women Voters was founded by leaders of the women's suffrage movement. For 100 years, they have been a nonpartisan, activist, grassroots organization that believes voters should play a critical role in democracy.Visit their website
The National Union of the Homeless is an organization of homeless leaders committed to ending the oppression of all Homeless, Poor and Dispossessed People. Join us to win justice for all homeless, poor and dispossessed people!Visit their website
The TVPA is a grassroots organization in Huntsville and surrounding areas of North AL and Southern Middle TN. We fight for progressive change by uniting community members and organizations to build political power, economic security, and quality of life for the 99%.Visit their website
The mission of the University of the Poor is to unite and develop leaders committed to the unity of the poor and dispossessed across color lines and other lines of division so as to build a broad-based and powerful movement to end poverty. Within this activity the University of the Poor strives to lay the basic foundation for a network of revolutionaries.Visit their website