SEAC Organizing Guide
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If this guide were to perchance fall into the hands of a budding student environmentalor social justice activist wannabe, may you use it wisely and join in with millions of students of the past, present, and future in fighting for a a healthy planet and a justsociety free from all forms of oppression
Quick Dirty Guide to Organizing
Join or form a group.Choose an issue.Launch a campaign.Empower yourself and your fellow students.Publicize everything.Be funny.Recruit, recruit, recruit.Fight the Power.WIN! (repeat until we achieve utopia)Dance on the ruins of multi-national corporations.Editor: Aaron Kreider.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Chris Moore who wrote the original guide.• Lauren Attenas for critiquing the original.• Jaimie Radesi and Jon Barrows who wrote part of it.• Dan Hardy who edited it.• Center for Campus Organizing for their Campus Organizing Guide.• Midwest Academy for their organizing guide.• The trees who willingly sacrificed themselves. Not.• The nameless corporation that makes vegan double chocolate chips... Mmm...• The volunteer SEAC crew that did the grunt office work during the summer of 1999 while I worked endlessly on this.• Countless SEACers, and other activists for teaching me that the fight is longbut worth it.Online at http://www.seac.org/sog/ Copyleft 1999. Revised in January 2003.For discounts on bulk orders of this guide you can email us: email@example.com.
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