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Language Justice: A Toolkit for Organizers

This toolkit was created to support organizers in the Right to the City Alliance, Homes for All, and other social justice organizations and formations to integrate the framework and practices of language justice into our work. Language and communication are foundational to the work of organizing. Being intentional about our language practices is essential to building representative, resilient, healthy and strategic movements capable of making the transformative changes we need.

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Author(s): Trilce Santana, Robbie Clark, Malcolm Torrejón Chu, Paige Kümm, Alia Trindle, Adilka Pimentel, Mia Herndon, Pam Phan
Organization: Right to the City
Resource Type: Toolkit
Topic: Organizing

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