Training manual for July 18, 2015 POWER training on media, storytelling and communications skills.
Congregational materials for legislative advocacy towards a Full, Fair Funding Formula in Pennsylvania.
As we put race at the center of our work, we are building shared understanding of how racism oppresses, isolates, and divides us. Click here for resources on racism, white privilege, and organizing tools that have a special emphasis on race.
Resources for building a faith-based movement for justice in the Greater Philadelphia Area.
Readings for January 2015 Training for POWER leaders.
Notes from Winter Leadership Assembly and materials for winter relationship-building.
Materials for congregation-led voter engagement programs in Fall 2014.
Resources for congregation's data teams.
Phone Bank Lead Hannah shares tips for leaders training others on phone banking.
Campaign summaries and results from the 2013 Winter Leadership Assembly.
PowerPoint presentation about a fair funding formula by Education Law Center from the November Educing Funding Teach-In.
Infographic challenging the narrative of scarcity that dominates economic justice issues in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania.
Copies of the "How To" Packet for running a House Meeting and House Meeting Action Card.
List of City Council members and their phone numbers
View recent work of POWER in photos (as of April 21 2013)
Tool for Congregations/LOCs to Conduct Effective Listening & Base-Building Sessions
Watch this 14-minute video about PICO's faith-based community organizing model.
Clergy leaders from diverse faith traditions speak about why they are engaged in the work of community organizing.
Read articles, reflections, studies and sermons from those who have been active in faith-based community organizing.
Dr. Robert Linthicum describes the purpose, tools and impact of building a "relational culture" in your congregation
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