Skills for Solidarity is an online, introductory program that opens up a conversation about the shared history between Indigenous Peoples and non-Indigenous Peoples in Canada, and ways to renew the relationship between nations. The program consists of five online panels that participants can watch at their own pace, along with supplementary workbooks to deepen their learning. Each panel includes an incredible group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous panelists sharing their experience and stories on themes ranging from the importance of personal story in decolonization to what it looks like to work together on shared campaigns.
Leadnow envisions a just, sustainable, and equitable Canada, built and defended through the democratic power of an engaged public. Leadnow organizes campaigns that build and defend a just, sustainable, and equitable Canada.
The 2015 Anne Braden Anti-Racist Training Program for white social justice activists
Catalyst Project launched the Anne Braden Program in 2008 and since that time has offered 5 rounds of this intensive organizer training program. More than 150 Braden alumni are engaged in anti-racist organizing and movement-building across North America. This 4 month political education and leadership development program is designed to support the vision, strategy, and organizing skills of white activists in becoming accountable, principled anti-racist organizers building multiracial movements for justice.
This manual is divided into four sections. The first section defines colonialism, its methods, & its history up to today (i.e.,the US invasion & occupation of Iraq). The second section details the impact colonialism has had on Indigenous peoples, including sociological & individual impacts. The third section examines the concept of decolonization. The fourth section discusses decolonization within North America. It will be seen that the liberation of Indigenous peoples in North America is closely-connected to a global process of resistance & survival. This manual is intended for self-study as well as for use in training classes. The following are lesson plans that can be used or adapted for the classroom.
We curate resources by and for people of color. Through resources, syllabi and zines, we hope to amplify the voices of marginalized communities, educate others and ourselves on critical social justice issues, empower marginalized peoples, and incite change.
The Epic Hero Life Mastery Program gives you the training, tools and framework you need to find your passion, conquer your fears and take inspired action to fulfill your potential. The Outcome: Preparing You to Live an Extraordinary Life.
You’re an Epic Hero if you want the freedom to fulfill a life of joy and passion. Whether that leads to making positive impact to the people around you, local communities, or the world at large, it will be a personal transformation journey.