Center for Third World Organizing
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CTWO is a racial justice organization led by people of color whose mission is to achieve social and economic justice. More →
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What We Do
The Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program (MAAP), established in 1985, is an 8-week-long intensive training program that provides people of color with the opportunity to develop skills and experience in grassroots organizing.
CTWO’s Reel Justice program is a new fellowship that empowers young organizers of color to win media battles.
Community Action Trainings (CAT)
A high-intensity three day entry-level organizer training for staff and members of community-based organizations, worker center organizations, and other NPOs, as well as individuals.
Customized Training & Consultating
CTWO provides three types of consultation services: – Specialized Organizing Training – Campaign Consultation – Organizational Technical Assistance
Whether with a one-time contribution or with a monthly pledge, we need you to help advance the struggle for racial justice by making a meaningful donation.
If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, consider giving a few hours of your time to CTWO.
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