Pushback Network

From KeyWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Pushbacknetwork.gif


The Pushback Network was founded in 2005 and is a national collaboration of indigenous, grassroots organizations and networks committed to building bottom-up, state-based alliances that change both the composition and levels of participation of the electorate. They emphasize strategies designed to empower underrepresented constituencies: people of color, poor and working class communities, and young people.[1]

It is affiliated with the Freedom Road Socialist Organization.

About

The Pushback Network has state alliances in Alabama, California, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York and Nevada.[1]

UNITY

Circa 2015 Michael Guerrero was National Coordinator of the Grassroots Global Justice Alliance and UNITY, a collaboration between six national grassroots alliances including the National Domestic Workers Alliance, the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, Right to the City Alliance, Pushback Network, National Guestworker Alliance, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance and Jobs with Justice. [2]

Personnel

Staff

As at April 12, 2010, the following served on the Pushback Network Staff:[3]

Steering Committee

As at April 12, 2010, the following served on the Pushback Network Steering Committee:[4]

External Links

References