Elections, politics and organizing don’t have to be boring. By definition, community organizing exist in order to build relational power with community. We can set the terms of our discussion with elected officials and our community by engaging them with our culture. Through both technological innovations, cultural and traditional organizing, our organization aims to build community and engage members on issues by meeting them where they are.
We utilize the social relationships of our staff and membership to engage them on what we are fighting for as well as to mobilize our community into action.