Workshops & Programs
- Congregation Based Community Organizing (CBCO)
Congregation-Based Community Organizing (CBCO) is a movement that seeks to establish inter-faith, cross-class, multi-ethnic and multi-racial grassroots organizations for purposes of increasing social integration and power in civil society and for making civic, regional and state-wide changes for social improvement. CBCO groups see their "primary role to develop participants' leadership skills, build a strong web of relationships through congregations and other institutions, and turn those relationships into civic power capable of making changes to promote the public good."
Handbooks & Guides
- Creating a Collective Vision: Story of Us—Story of Now (PDF, 13 pages)
- Working in Coalitions: found in the Social Justice Empowerment Program Handbook
- There is Power in Union (PDF, 18 pages): A Unitarian Universalist Guide to Worker Justice
- Sustainable Action (PDF, 7 pages): Planting the Seeds of Relational Organizing
Funding for Training
For more information contact socialjustice @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Tuesday, December 4, 2012.
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