Center for Third World Organizing (CTWO)
Build an economic and social justice movement led by people of colour striving to shift the balance of political, economic and communicative power by bringing the voices of poor people of colour to the decision-making table. Work to: forge links between various communities of colour to address common problems of poverty and disenfranchisement; increase the pool of highly-trained, race-conscious organizers of colour to work for community and labour organizations that contribute to the long-term struggle for racial and social justice; strengthen the capacity of grassroots organizations to develop and implement effective organizing campaigns that attack the root causes of inequality and oppression; promote race-based analysis and its application to local and global struggles for economic and social equity.
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