Informational packet on Midwest Academy on workshops and training session

Chicago: Midwest Academy, 1977. 47p in red folder, mimeographs, three leaflets on upcoming classes, 44p of publications by Midwest Academy including Direct Action Organizing: A handbook for women, Preparing for Action, four songs from social movements, What is an organization (Richard Rothstein) and Four Steps to Developing Leaders (Steve Max). Publications stapled on upper left corner and hole-punched. Workshop topics include social change research methods and techniques and organizing skills.

Midwest Academy, founded by Heather Booth and Steve Maxin in 1973 is an Alinsky-based community organizing training institute that nurtured Barack Obama's candidacy for president and continues to, in its own words, "teach an organizing philosophy, methods and skills that enable ordinary people to actively participate in the democratic process"

Cat.No: 157361

Price: $250.00

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