Community Organizing for Social Justice

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  • Introduction to Community Organizing for Social Justice
    • In this module, students will be introduced to the core concepts of the course, as well as hear from organizers around the country. Students will learn common language in the field of social justice and community organizing that will allow them to navigate the course.
  • Strengthening Diversity
    • In this module, students will dig into heavy topics of stereotypes, discrimination, and social identity. Students will be prompted to explore their own identities and reflect on how they see stereotypes and discrimination in their community.
  • Intergroup Dialogue
    • In this module, students will learn about communication styles, as well as gain skills on how to navigate difficult conversations.
  • Organizing & Planning for Community Change
    • In this module, students will learn 7 steps to creating change. They will be taken through each step, starting with people and ending with participatory evaluation, and they will be encouraged to create their own action plan along the way. Students will gain tools for creating change within their own community or school, as well as hear the stories and experiences from those who have executed community action projects before.
  • Strategy
    • In this module, students will learn crucial steps to using strategy as they work to create change. They will learn about some of the most important factors of strategy, such as targets and allies, and instructed to think about how their projects and their strategy go hand in hand. Students will gain tools for implementing strategy, as well as adapting it to their own community and project.
  • What Matters Most?
    • In this module, students will reflect on some of the main concepts of the course, such as social justice, community, organizing, planning, strategy, and believing in change. Students will be encouraged to think about which lessons mean the most to them.

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