Now Accepting Applications for the 2015 Anne Braden Program 

July 17, 2014

To our friends and family in the movement for justice,We are excited to announce that applications are now open for the fifth Anne Braden Anti-Racist Organizer Training Program, which starts February 2015. The last four programs were a tremendous success built on the love and labor of hundreds of people in our community. Many of you […]

2013 Sparks & Seeds : Progress Report

November 22, 2013

Check out our progress report to see what we’ve done in the last two years, where we’ve been, and how we’re helping to build a movement that can win.

Black Lives Matter: Take Actions and Keep Going

July 17, 2013

July 16th, 2013 To our community and families– In the wake of the George Zimmerman verdict that “declared open season” on Black bodies, our broken hearts are shouting for change. This moment is a wakeup call- in the same month in which the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act, this acquittal says it’s still […]

Seeking Fall 2013 Intern

February 19, 2013

Apply today for our Grassroots Fundraising Internship Intern with Catalyst Project to develop hands-on fundraising skills in an organization with a track record of cutting-edge community-based grassroots fundraising, while contributing to building up racial, economic and gender justice organizing. Our model integrates grassroots fundraising with organizing, in order to keep our work accountable to the […]

Update from Catalyst’s Antiwar/Global Justice Program

September 19, 2012

In August, Catalyst supported 3 of our fabulous former interns to participate in field organizing with Iraq Veterans Against The War, in an outreach drive based out of the G.I. coffeehouse Coffee Strong outside Joint Base Lewis-McChord (near Tacoma, WA). Anna Stitt, Sarah Lombardo, and Julian Marszalek outreached to soldiers and helped build the Operation Recovery campaign, working […]

Building Grassroots Power to End Racism: The 2012 Elections and Beyond

August 29, 2012

Catalyst Project believes we need to create a new world, where all people are free from all forms of oppression and are able to live in sustainable relationship with the earth. We envision a world based on global justice where everyone has housing, income, water and food, relevant education and healthcare. Creating this type of […]

NATO Summit Meets Anti-militarist Resistance in Chicago!

May 22, 2012

We at Catalyst were so inspired by the mass actions of our allies at the NATO summit in Chicago May 18-20. Thousands of people packed the streets to call out their damage and demand a reversal of the increasing militarization of our world. Check out some of the coverage in the links below.

Catalyst Project’s Annual Report 2010-2011

December 15, 2011

In the midst of economic turmoil, ecological crisis, and ongoing wars, we in Catalyst Project have been deeply inspired by people’s movements for justice, freedom, and political participation that blossomed throughout the Arab world and beyond. As we enter another presidential election year, which often brings issues of systemic racism into sharp focus, Catalyst is honored to be working alongside many of […]

Letter of Solidarity from Political Prisoner David Gilbert

December 9, 2011

Catalyst Project is honored to have received a letter of solidarity from anti-imperialist political prisoner David Gilbert. Click here to read his letter, learn more about David and his forthcoming book Love and Struggle: My Life and Times in the Weather Underground and Beyond.

Colours of Resistance Archive Available Online

December 9, 2011

The Colours of Resistance Archive is a collection of analysis and tools for liberatory organizing and movement-building that Catalyst Project participated in founding and building. We know that many members of our community have been eagerly awaiting the return of this material and we are excited to announce that COR has reactivated their online archive […]