Organizing for Opportunity (OFO) is the Partnership for Southern Equity’s community organizing training for its growing list of partners, staff, organizers, and members of the community who desire to learn successful organizing strategies. OFO Mini-Session 1: Concepts, Terms and Framing is on Wednesday, June 24. OFO Mini-Session 2: Implementation and Leadership Development. Both sessions are…

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Organizing for Opportunity (OFO) is the Partnership for Southern Equity’s community organizing training for its growing list of partners, staff, organizers, and members of the community who desire to learn successful organizing strategies. OFO Mini-Session 1: Concepts, Terms and Framing is on Wednesday, June 24. OFO Mini-Session 2: Implementation and Leadership Development. Both sessions are…

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Organizing for Opportunity (OFO) is the Partnership for Southern Equity’s community organizing training for its growing list of partners, staff, organizers, and members of the community who desire to learn successful organizing strategies. OFO Mini-Session 1: Concepts, Terms and Framing is on Wednesday, June 24. OFO Mini-Session 2: Implementation and Leadership Development. Both sessions are…

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The Keep That Same Energy (KTSE) Youth Initiative invites young people to learn, engage and lead a call to action for Just Energy for all. This initiative seeks to inspire and train leaders who will create opportunities in which all people can thrive in regenerative and equitable communities. In the summer of 2020, KTSE is…

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Thriving communities are often fabrics composed of various heritage communities, evolving development and the infrastructure to support them. Development pressure in Atlanta is threatening these heritage communities, affordable housing and the cultural character within them. Join Southface on May 1 to hear from some of Atlanta’s top commentators on ways to implement healthy development without…

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Applications are now open for the second cohort of Just Energy Academy (JEA). This seven-month leadership development program was created to educate the next generation of equity leaders on energy equity and climate justice issues. JEA is a competitive program for youth and adults who aspire to be energy equity leaders in their communities. Deadline to apply is Monday, November 25, 2019.

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