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Transformative Organizing: A Labor of Love

Transformative Organizing: A Labor of Love

Jan 9, 2014-- Elizabeth Flores played a pivotal role in the quest for equal rights of undocumented workers. Her passionate work helped persuade Governor Jerry Brown to sign the "California Domestic Workers Bill of Rights" into law. Flores' approach was one of 'transformative organizing' -- a way of combating injustice, that emphasizes creating change through how we are as individuals, how we relate to one another, and how we structure society. Ultimately its aim is to transform the ways in which people care for one another Read more on the success of this efforts, and the tools for engaging a true social change. (11710 reads)

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