query: training on injustice framing
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Tue Jan 29 11:24:45 CST 2008
[ed: thanks to Michael for replying to Helen's query.]
From: MBrown7387 at aol.com
Helen, I think the part of my book, Building Powerful Community
Organizations, (pp. 136-145) has some stories and an exercise from the
labor movement and other places that might be useful in this process.
Important question! Michael Jacoby Brown (www.LongHaulPress.com )
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> From: Helen Schaub <has8119 at yahoo.com>
> Hi Comm-Org,
> I am designing a training for labor organizers to help them improve
> their conversations with workers who are unsure about whether or not to
> support their coworkers in an organizing drive. The focus is on the
> process that an individual goes through in order to recognize the
> injustice of the situation they are in, overcome their fear about taking
> the risk to change it and decide to take action.
> I would greatly appreciate suggestions about resources to draw on for
> this training. In particular, I thought that a description of stages of
> individual transformation would be useful in helping organizers to think
> about how to move someone through such a process.
> Thanks so much
> Helen Schaub
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