Center for Third World Organizing

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The Center for Third World Organizing (CTWO, pronounced "C-2") "is a racial-justice organization dedicated to building a social-justice movement led by people of color. CTWO is a 25-year-old training and resource center that promotes and sustains direct-action organizing in communities of color in the United States. CTWO's programs include training of new and experienced organizers, including the well-known Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program (MAAP); establishing model multi-racial community organizations; and building an active network of organizations and activists of color to achieve racial justice in its fullest dimensions." [1]

Funders [2]

Staff

Accessed August 2007: [3]

Board

Accessed December 2013: [4]

  • Francis Calpotura - Founder and Director, Transnational Institute for Grassroots Research and Action (TIGRA)
  • Steven Pitts - Labor Policy Specialist. University California, Berkeley
  • Larry Salomon - Ethnic Studies. San Francisco State University.
  • Lian Cheun - Executive Director, Khmer Girls in Action.
  • Ng'ethe Maina - Founder (SJL)and Executive Director (outgoing), Social Justice Leadership/Center for Progressive Leadership.

Directors (2007)

Accessed August 2007: [5]

Contact

Web: http://www.ctwo.org

Resources and articles

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References

  1. Who We Are, Center for Third World Organizing, accessed August 20, 2007.
  2. Funders, Center for Third World Organizing, accessed August 20, 2007.
  3. Staff, Center for Third World Organizing, accessed August 20, 2007.
  4. Center for Third World Organizing Board, organizational web page, accessed December 30, 2013.
  5. Board of Directors, Center for Third World Organizing, accessed August 20, 2007.