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Center for Third World Organizing
Center for Third World Organizing (CTWO) provides technical assistance, training and support to grassroots organizers and organizations throughout the country. Their training curriculum is rooted in popular education pedagogy, serving as a vehicle for engaging people in social transformation aimed at dismantling systemic oppression and promoting racial justice. Their Community Action Training Program and Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program are well known training opportunities for social justice organizing.
Denver, CO, 80211
Pam Martinez Executive Director
Padres y Jóvenes Unidos is a grassroots parent and youth organization in Denver that has successfully moved education reform explicitly based on a sophisticated analysis of racial injustice. Padres has developed a well-regarded political education curriculum that is used with their multi-generational membership and is respected for their attention to leader and staff development and training and effective racial justice organizing. Padres has been described as a grassroots organization adept at evolving new organizing practices grounded in knowledge and experience in movement history; they have also served leadership roles in regional and national grassroots coalitions and alliances.
1750 Columbia Rd, NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
The Praxis Project is an intermediary with expertise in the effective facilitation of multi-site support initiatives focusing on youth-led and multigenerational racial justice organizing. With over 15 years of experience in the field, the staff have facilitated various grassroots networks on issues including education and racial justice, civic engagement in communities of color, food and health policy, grounded in a racial justice analysis. A three year $150,000 grant to Praxis will provide support, assistance and training to Hazen grantees in order to enhance their ability to undertake effective racial justice organizing campaigns.