Social Movement Building Publications

A Foot in Both Worlds: Institutionalizing Progressive Community-­Engaged Research Centers within Universities
Moments, Movements, and Momentum: Engaging Voters, Scaling Power, Making Change
Putting Faith First: Traditions and Innovations in Organizing within Religious Communities

Putting Faith First: Traditions and Innovations in Organizing within Religious Communities

by the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture and the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity
April 2012

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L.A. Rising: The 1992 Civil Unrest, the Arc of Social Justice Organizing, and the Lessons for Today's Movement Building
Koreatown: A Contested Community at a Crossroads

Koreatown: A Contested Community at a Crossroads

By Jared Sanchez, Mirabai Auer, Veronica Terriquez, and Mi Young Kim
Prepared in collaboration with the Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA)
April 2012

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Beyond the Count: Leveraging the 2010 Census to Build New Capacities for Civic Engagement and Social Change

Beyond the Count: Leveraging the 2010 Census to Build New Capacities for Civic Engagement and Social Change

By Jennifer Ito, Barbara Masters, Rhonda Ortiz and Manuel Pastor 
Funded by The California Endowment
December 2011

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Transactions – Transformations – Translations: Metrics That Matter for Building, Scaling, and Funding Social Movements
To mark the Rosenberg Foundation’s 75th anniversary, leading social justice advocates and thinkers look into the future.

To mark the Rosenberg Foundation’s 75th anniversary, leading social justice advocates and thinkers look into the future.

Justice in California
Read the report at  http://issuu.com/rosenbergfoundation/docs/justice_in_california


Connecting at the Crossroads: Alliance Building and Social Change in Tough Times
The Color of Change: Inter-Ethnic Youth Leadership for the 21st Century

The Color of Change: Inter-Ethnic Youth Leadership for the 21st Century

By Manuel Pastor, Rhonda Ortiz, Jennifer Ito, Veronica Terriquez, Vanessa Carter, Jennifer Tran, and Teresa Cheng

November 2010

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Making Change: How Social Movements Work - and How to Support Them

  • Program for Environmental and Regional Equity (PERE)
  • 950 W. Jefferson Blvd., JEF 102
  • Los Angeles, CA 90089-1291