Center for Third World Organizing

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Center for Third World Organizing


Center for Third World Organizing (CTWO, pronounced "C-2") is a "racial-justice organization" that aims to build a social-justice movement led by people of color.[1]

Founder was Hulbert James.

Staff

The following are staff members for CTWO, as of April 16, 2010:[2]

Board of Directors

The following are members of the Board of Directors for CTWO, as of April 16, 2010:[3]

Ear to the Ground Project

Ear to the Ground Project was financially supported by the Center for Third World Organizing, the Movement Strategy Center, the Marguerite Casey Foundation, the Mitchell Kapor Foundation, the Common Counsel Foundation, the Solidago Foundation, Steven Phillips and Susan Sandler, Quinn Delaney, and Connie Cagampang Heller & Jonathan Cagampang Heller.[4]

Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program

Class of 2009

The Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program is an eight week long, summer program that the CTWO runs. It was established in 1985 as an intensive training program that provides people of color with the opportunity to develop skills and experience in grassroots organizing. At the end of a week-long orientation, participants are placed in different sites around the country to go through field training in grassroots.[5]

Alumni

The following are the alumni from the MAA Program:[6]

2009

2008

2007

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1985

Funders

The following is a list of organizations that financially contribute to CTWO, as of April 16, 2010:[7]

External links

References