Whether you want to help students learn how they can effectively organize to make changes in the world, or understand others who are trying to do the same, or become more effective yourself as you try to influence the world, The Best Posts & Articles On Building Influence & Creating Change and The Best Sites For Learning About Protests In History are pretty darn good places to start (I’ve curated these resources through the lens of my nineteen year community organizing career).
Here are three new resources that I’m adding to that first list:
From Protests Past, Lessons in What Works is from The New York Times.
Public opinion matters less, in these moments, than public pressure. Broad but weak support often loses to intense, concentrated opposition
— Christopher Hayes (@chrislhayes) January 31, 2017