Challenging Bias in the Media
By: The Center for Media Justice (2011) This blog entry offers ways organizers can actively challenge dominant stereotypes in coverage of the issues they work on. The piece suggests that by interrupting bias, organizers can build credibility, gain access, and begin to reframe issues away from individual blame and toward institutional solutions for systemic problems.
By: Jen Soriano (2011) In this piece the author explains how transformative communications can be a healing, visionary and artistic practice in social change movements.
Fun with Financials
The Fun with Financials website, created and maintained by RoadMap consultant Carol Cantwell, is full of free tools and trainings for nonprofits. Members have access to even more resources.
Transformative Power of Practice
By: Ng’ethe Maina & Staci Haines This document explores the power of practice for making personal and organizational change with a focus on the distinctions between default and intentional practice.
Transformative Organizing: Towards Liberation of Self and Society
By Social Justice Leadership (2010) This document offers Transformative Organizing as a framework for social justice organizing and suggests some ways to apply the framework.