By Rachel L. West
Given the current political clement and the socio-economic reality many people in the US are facing, I figured now would be a good time for us to take a look at radical community organizing. This topic ties in with last week’s chat on Social work leadership in the face of ethical policy conflicts. This chat will be the 5th installment in our social action series.
Reisch (2013, p. 362) defined radical community organizing as a “form of community practice that encompasses a dynamic set of theories, goals, ideologies, values, strategies, and tactics that seek to achieve a more egalitarian, open, and socially just world through the creation of fundamental structural, institutional, ideological, attitudinal, and behavioral changes in communities, societies and individuals.”
The chat will explore the theories radical community organizing is built upon and strategies that have been used.
Q1: What is radical…
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