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Organizing: A Guide for Grassroots Leaders, Revised Edition

by Si Kahn

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I had the pleasure of studying under Si Khan. (My copy of this book is autographed!) We need to keep this spirit, to organize. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0871011972, Paperback)

Organizing is a dynamic guide to uniting people for change and helping people work together to get things done. It describes how to influence power structures, how to become successful organizers and fundraisers, and how to effect social change through grassroots organization and mobilization. Special Features * Distinguishes practicality and theory * Presents step-by-step guidelines for change * Provides a framework for multiracial organizing

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Effectively Managing Nonprofit Organizations - ISBN 087101369X
Changing Hats While Managing Change: From Social Work Practice to Administration - ISBN 0871013614

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