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 that fosters a fusion of various local communities and movements. The desired outcomes include the cooperation of communities that are decentralized enough to address and dismantle local challenges, and centralized enough to effect change within larger geographic spaces both regionally and across state lines. Translocal organizing models provide communities with more power and greater ability to scale up and scale out their solutions while informing and influencing local and state governments, which can, in turn, leverage national transformations necessary to change the rules.