COMMUNITY ACTION RESOURCES

Looking for more resources and ideas on how to take action in your community? Here’s a list built for you! 

 

Get Inspired

You'll never doubt your power again after watching these stories from regular citizens who decided they, too, could make a difference where they live. 

Build a Better Block: Jason Roberts

Take a Street and Build a Community: Shani Graham

 

The Power of your Block 

Take a look at what groups around Chicago are doing to harness the power of their communities.  

6 Steps to Organizing Block Club Meetings

Block Wisdom: Getting the Block Working

Re-Imagining Block Clubs 

 

Plan for Action

These sites offer guides and advice on how to organize and take action.

  • Everyday Democracy: Everyday Democracy is a non-political organization whose website, full of articles, guides and case studies for engaging and participating in your community, is an excellent resource for groups interested in a wide variety of topics. 

  • Community Decision Making: This collection of resource guides from the Center for the Study of Social Policy gives groups step-by-step advice on how to take action in their community from formation to planning to execution.

 

Your Options

What you choose to focus on is up to you, but here are some options for how to get started on expressing yourself.

 

 

 

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