Check out our latest annual report for updates on Catalyst's work during 2010 and 2011.
Here is a transcription of Rachel Herzing’s speech at the Catalyst Project’s Anne Braden Anti-Racist Organizing Panel on Visionary Politics. Rachel Herzing is a long-time organizer with Critical Resistance.
Join Catalyst staff, volunteers, and community members to consider the promises and pitfalls of coalition politics yesterday and today and imagine new ways to build lasting multi-racial alliances for racial & economic justice. And what better time to consider this than right now?
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Online applications for the 2011 Anne Braden Program are now available online HERE. Applications are Due October 1st, 2010.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Anne Braden Anti-Racist Organizing Training Program Everything you might want to know about this program.
This four and half month political education and leadership development program is designed to support the political development, skills, and analysis of white activists in becoming accountable, principled anti-racist organizers building multiracial movements for justice. The 3rd round of this program was completed in June 2011. Check back for information and applications for the next […]
Co-Authored by Clare Bayard of the Catalyst Project! Civilian Ally: A Guide to Organizing with Veterans and Servicemembers to Build a GI Resistance Movement is a manual for peace activists who are organizing alongside veterans, servicemembers and conscientious objectors to end war or organizers who want to build those working relationships. Written by veteran and […]
Time for Rebirth: The U.S. Antiwar movement is Grieving, Dreaming, Growing By Sarah Lazare and Clare Bayard Think back seven years ago to this day. Where were you on March 19th, 2003, when the invasion began? Did you see “Shock and Awe” footage of the orange explosions in the clear Baghdad sky, piped in […]