Led by RADNH Organizing Director Isaac Grimm and RAD's bi-state Director of Programming & Policy Kate Logan, this 3 hour training will provide an introduction to Rights & Democracy's organizing model, structure, and strategies for building grassroots power. This training is built to be useful to seasoned activists as well as newly politicized community members interested in building their skills to positively impact our politics and our communities.
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Trainees will leave with a deeper understanding of RAD’s theory of change and a grounding in why and how to build local power and a local base of activist working and building relationships together. They will be grounded in the principles that guide us and how our structure allows us to be powerful, and they will leave as more empowered member-leaders of MPA and Rights & Democracy.