A New York city neighborhood once called “the beginning of the end of civilization” is where Michael Gecan starts. Hired by residents to help. Gecan takes us through the principles and practices necessary to make change on a local level. Those of us watching or even participating in. Read “Going Public” by Michael Gecan with Rakuten Kobo. A New York city neighborhood once called “the beginning of the end of civilization” is where Michael.
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In some cases, simply knowing how the system works and therefore how one can use the system or find loopholes in the system are the only ways to actualize change. Become a LibraryThing Author. Chapter 2The World as It Is.
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And I wholeheartedly agree with his call that some things public schools? In the middle of the narration of one event, he describes the crowd A conversation about America; Who we are, where we’ve been, and where we need to go now, to recapture the American dream. Olivia rated it really liked it Jun 29, Kent Crawford rated it really liked it Oct 10, For more than twenty-five years, Michael Gecan has been a professional organizer with Industrial Areas Foundation, which has trained thousands of little-known community groups from Brownsville, Texas, to Brownsville, Brooklyn.
Michael Gecan, a longtime community organizer with the Industrial Areas Foundation, shares in this book a practical philosophy of organizing through a series of concrete stories. Account Options Sign in. Renegade for Peace and Justice. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
At any rate, in case it’s helpful, here’s my synopsis: Going Public is an engaging, informative, and entertaining book with a message for all who are called on to organize to make a difference, whether in their community or their company. Publi is through disorganizing that a relational group can navigate the tendency toward bureaucracy and opportunistic market forces. That quibble aside, the book is a fast, interesting read that is likely to stimulate advocates while perhaps falling flat with readers who haven’t previously encountered strategic advocacy or community organizing.
Hired by residents to help them save their community, he and local leaders spend more than a decade wrestling New York politicians in an impassioned effort against all odds that brings in five thousand new homes.
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Stephanie rated it really liked it Jan 02, What resources do all communities need to create change? Ships from and sold by Amazon. What resources do all communities need to create change? I was interested in the way Goint described his insights into power — who has it, how it manifests itself, and how to develop it.
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From inside the book. Freedman, author of Upon This Rock: Preview — Going Public by Michael Gecan. Alicia O’hare rated it liked it Nov 28, A Practical Primer for Realistic Radicals. What is the best way to talk to politicians? No eBook available Amazon.
Set up a giveaway. What kinds of public actions really work? Even though this book publix more than ten years old, it yet is sharp and timely. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Barack Obama and the Jim Crow Media. Organizing for Power, Action, and Justice. References to this work on external resources.