Movement Building & Organizing for Change | 2022 Virtual Symposium

2022 Virtual Symposium | Beyond the Rhetoric: Civil Rights & Our Shared Responsibility
Movement Building & Organizing for Change | Interactive Session

Building and sustaining civil rights and equitable futures for all requires movements focused on individual and collective engagement. In this concluding session, seasoned organizer and lecturer at Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University Marshall Ganz shares reflections on the role of movements in America, the collective challenges we face today, and the importance of organizing around shared values. Ganz joins leaders in the Indigenous, climate justice, and immigration movements, for a conversation around the current work they are engaged in, the struggles they are facing, and their insights into effective organizing strategies.

Moderator Marshall Ganz, Senior Lecturer in Leadership, Organizing and Civil Society at the Kennedy School of Government
Greisa Martinez Rosas, Executive Director, United We Dream
Krystal Two Bulls, Director of the LANDBACK Campaign, NDN Collective
Thanu Yakupitiyage, U.S. Communications-Digital Director, 350.org

Friday, April 1, 2022
3:30 PM