Learning: Community Organizing and Accountability

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Training/ResourceOrganizationType?TopicsState?CostValues Alignment?DescriptionLink
TransformHarm Resource HubTransformHarmResourceCommunity Accountability, Transformative/ Restorative Justice, Community Organizing, Conflict ResolutionN/A0YesThe six categories that follow organize all the content found on TransformHarm.org: Transformative Justice, Restorative Justice, Healing Justice, Abolition, Carceral Feminisms, and Community Accountability. From there you can explore Articles, Media, Curriculum, & More.View
Leaving EvidenceMia MingusResourceCommunity Accountability, Transformative/ Restorative Justice, Community Organizing, Mutual Aid, Conflict Resolution, Community Change and DevelopmentN/A0YesMia Mingus maintains a blog with reflections about transformative justice, accountability, and disability justice. The post "Four Parts of Accountability" is excellent at framing the issue broadly in practical ways.View
Solidarity Economy PrinciplesPeoples HubResource, UnclearCommunity Accountability, Community Organizing, Mutual Aid, Community Change and DevelopmentN/A0+YesOur shared effort here to collect guidance on what practices are needed for building solidarity economy movements, while knowing there are many ways to approach getting free.View
Hidden Water Restorative Justice for CSA TrainingsHidden WaterMulti-module course, ResourceTransformative/ Restorative JusticeN/A0+YesHidden Water works on restorative justice responses to child sexual abuse and offers healing circles. The circle-keeper course is free if you commit to hosting a certain number of circles for them.View
Leftist BookshelfIndependent/IndividualResourceCommunity Organizing, Community Change and Development0YesThis is a Google Drive folder with PDF and .zip files of different leftist texts, which can be helpful for framing our community organizing efforts within larger political ideologies. View
Community Organizing ResourcesNeighborhood Anarchist Collective ResourceCommunity Organizing, Mutual Aid, Community Change and Development0YesOrganizers bring people together and make it easier for people to take action and succeed. Organizers help people see how they can work together and make an impact. This is a series of resources to support and empower people to be effective organizers in their communities.View
Resources For Community Organizers National Sexual Violence Resource Center ResourceCommunity Organizing, Mutual Aid, Conflict Resolution, Community Change and Development0YesA library of resources in English and some in Spanish related to a variety of topics within the scope of community organizing, social change, disability justice, and community care. View