Youth organizers are leading the way in integrating transformative practices into their power-building work, and informing the way funders think about resourcing movements. Joining us are series guest host Taj James from the Movement Strategy Center, Eli Cuna from New Mexico Dream Team & United We Dream's UndocuHealth project, Supriya Lopez Pillai from Hidden Leaf Fund, and Claribel Vidal from the Ford Foundation's Civic Engagement team.
For full show notes, transcript, bios of our guests, and additional resources from this episode, visit http://healingjustice.org/podcast/generation1
This series is in partnership with the Next Gen Fund, a response to a growing call from frontline organizers to learn from restorative & transformative practices in order to support a rising generation of social justice leaders and nurture sustainable approaches to organizing and community building. To see the full series, visit www.healingjustice.org/generation
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