Systems of Oppression

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Grassroots Feminism

Grassroots feminism is a worldview and political practice rooted in the realities and interests of women, queer, trans, and non binary people who have been harmed by the intersecting forces of patriarchy, white supremacy, and capitalism. Grassroots Feminism is explicitly...

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Translocal Organizing

Translocal Organizing is a model of collective struggle that fosters the consolidation and diffusion of experiences, resources and wisdom across a given set of geographic space. Rather than viewing spaces of resistance as disconnected, translocalism advances a paradigm of interdependence...

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Sacrifice Zones

Sacrifice Zones are communities that are poor and working class Black, Brown, multi-racial, white communities, and Indigenous Peoples whose health, wealth, and lives have been sacrificed to advance the profits of corporations that control polluting industries. These specifically include communities...

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Reproductive Labor

Reproductive labor encompasses all the work we do to create and sustain human life—from giving birth, parenting, and raising children to providing food, shelter, clothing, and care for people who rely on us to meet their physical and emotional needs....

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Just Transition

Just Transition is a framework for a vision-led, unifying and place-based set of principles, processes, and practices that build economic and political power to shift from an extractive economy to a Regenerative Economy. This means approaching production and consumption cycles...

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Just Recovery

Just Recovery is a framework that resists the status quo solutions of disaster recovery that focuses on aid, extraction, and displacement and moves toward transformative solutions that respond, recover, and rebuild. “Respond” means to activate mutual support networks to support...

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Green New Deal

Green New Deal pays homage to one of the most exclusionary sets of policies in the history of the U.S. that advanced economic solutions at the expense of Black, Indigenous peoples, and poor white domestic workers. Paired with the forces...

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Frontline Communities

Frontline Communities are those impacted most by climate change and its root causes, which include white supremacy, patriarchy and colonization. These communities are embedded in legacy struggles against social, economic, and environmental injustices exacerbated by extractive and pollutive industries that...

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Food Sovereignty

Food Sovereignty is the right of peoples to healthy and culturally appropriate food produced through ecologically sound and sustainable methods, and their right to define their own food and agriculture systems. It puts the aspirations and needs of those who...

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Environmental Justice

Environmental Justice embraces the principle that all people and communities have a right to equal protection and equal enforcement of environmental laws and regulations, including human health. Environmental justice recognizes that, due to racism and class discrimination, communities of color,...

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Energy Democracy

Energy Democracy frames the international struggle of working people, low-income communities, Asian and Pacific-Islander, Black, Brown and Indigenous nations and their communities to take control of energy resources from the energy establishment and use those resources to empower their communities...

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Climate Justice

Climate Justice focuses on the root causes of climate crisis through an intersectional lens of racism, classism, capitalism, economic injustice, and environmental harm. Climate justice supports a Just Transition for communities and workers away from a fossil fuel economy and...

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Extractive Economy

An Extractive Economy is a capitalist system of exploitation and oppression that values consumerism, colonialism, and money over people and the planet. The extractive economy perpetuates the enclosure of wealth and power for a few through predatory financing, expropriation from...

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Feminist Economy

Feminist Economy visibilizes and repairs the harms of capitalism’s exploitation of both paid and unpaid reproductive labor. It focuses on eliminating the gendered division of labor and gender binary that enforces global capitalism’s exploitation and extraction of resources from women...

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Regenerative Economy

Regenerative Economy is based on ecological restoration, community protection, equitable partnerships, justice, and full and fair participatory processes. Rather than extract from the land and each other, this approach is consistent with the Rights of Nature, valuing the health and...

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Past World Social Forums

WSF2011: Dakar, Senegal 2011 (February 6-11) GGJ joined more than 66,000 delegates from across the world, including people from Egypt and Tunisia in the midst of uprising. For the first time, residents from Yemen took part in the forum and...

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World March of Women over the Years

At the Membership Assembly 2014, GGJ members made the historic decision to build a US chapter of the World March of Women, an international feminist action movement comprised of 67 national chapters across all continents. The movement connects grassroots groups...

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Past Feminist Organizing Schools

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Sample Program Activity 3

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Sample Program Activity 2

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Sample Program Activity 1

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ITR: The People’s Caravan

In July of 2016, GGJ organized a People’s Caravan of 50 frontline community leaders from the U.S. and Honduras. We traveled from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland to the  Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. The caravan was a call...

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