Tim McCarthy says there was a time when he was completely blind to the reality that the things he studied historically still existed in the present. Now, he believes teaching about modern slavery is a moral imperative.
Senior Lecturer Marshall Ganz, a veteran grassroots organizer, describes the essential role of storytelling in leadership and organizing. He explains how skilled campaigners leverage the public narrative to their advantage by appealing first to the heart, and then the mind, citing recent examples on both sides of the aisle.
From Robinson to Kaepernick: The Evolution of Athlete Activism
Aided by the spread in low-cost, high-quality technologies, video and moving image media are becoming increasingly ubiquitous and multi-form (even though a considerable digital divide exists in terms of access, literacy, and skills both within and betw
Questions of what I am called to do, what is my community called to do, and what we are called to do now are at least as old as the three questions posed by the first century Jerusalem sage, Rabbi Hillel: