Building Abundance : Strategies for Campus Organizing Informed by Community Coalition Work and Theory Public

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  • In conversations about social change, community-based coalitions can be identified as one of the driving factors in multi-level changes. Coalitions can be defined as groups of people, organizations, countries, etc. united for a common goal. Coalitions initially form to complete a common purpose, but also to build lasting connections for future work (Mix, 2011). This includes, but is not limited to, changes in policy, administration, distribution of community funding, empowerment of community members, and much more. Other settings of social change include academic institutions where social inequities manifest in similar ways to those in communities, but also their own unique ways. This thesis works to give university students tools, advice, and best practices for organizing for social change on their campuses that is informed by personal experience, best-practices, and theory from community coalition building. Key Words: social justice, coalition, university, organizing, leadership
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