- 1 STORM
- 2 Grassroots Global Justice comrades
- 3 Continental Convergence for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism
- 4 Center for Political Education
- 5 POWER
- 6 POWER Leaders
- 7 Senegal
- 8 Left Forum 2011
- 9 Youth Empowerment Center leaders
- 10 Opposing the "War on Terror"
- 11 Women of Color Resource Center
- 12 Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program
- 13 Miami comrades
- 14 US Social Forum 2010
- 15 Earth Day 2011
- 16 National Leading From the Inside Out Alum
- 17 Left forum 2012
- 18 Smartmeme advanced training
- 19 Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
- 20 World Social Forum 2013
- 21 Mapping Socialist Strategies
- 22 "Towards Collective Liberation" followers
- 23 Ear to the Ground Project
- 24 People's Climate March
- 25 Climate Change COP 20
- 26 Sandra Moran tour
- 27 Grassroots Global Justice Alliance staff
- 28 Grassroots Global Justice Alliance 10th anniversary
- 29 Feminist Training School
- 30 Miami Workers Center supporters
- 31 Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing
- 32 Now What? Defying Trump and the Left's Way Forward
- 33 Marxist meme
- 34 "Hate crimes"
- 35 Cuba
- 36 Backing Gillum
- 37 Comrades
- 38 It Takes Roots
- 39 External links
- 40 References
Cindy Wiesner... started organizing with HERE Local 2850. Cindy then served as Director of Organizing for People Organizing to Win Employment Rights (POWER) in San Francisco, and as an Organizer and Board member for generationFIVE. Cindy has also been a consultant for Men Overcoming Violence Everywhere and Mujeres Unidas y Activas. Before joining GGJ staff she was the Leadership Development Director of the Miami Workers Center (MWC) and represented the MWC as a member of the U.S. Social Forum (USSF) National Planning Committee. In both USSF's, Cindy was the co-chair of the national outreach working group and served on the leadership and coordination bodies of those efforts. She currently represents Grassroots Global Justice Alliance on the International Council of the World Social Forum. After 5 years as GGJ Political Coordinator, Cindy stepped into the role of National Coordinator in September, 2012. Cindy is originally from Los Angeles and is of Salvadoran, Colombian and German descent and is Queer. She is based in Miami, FL.
Grassroots Global Justice comrades
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance May 11 2019·
With Julien Terrell, Jose Bravo, Shaun Grogan-Brown, Oro Ana, Marcia Olivo, Jade Leah Daniels, Kelly Archbold, Jaron Browne, Kandi White, Cynthia Dewi Oka, Cindy Wiesner, Sunyoung Yang and Ajamu Dillahunt.
Continental Convergence for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance November 1, 2019.
50 social justice activists from across the US and Puerto Rico are currently in Havana, Cuba for the #ItTakesRoots delegation to the Continental Convergence for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism. We are here to build deeper relationships, to affirm the principles of solidarity and grassroots internationalism, and to continue to fight for a systemic transformation against capitalism, patriarchy, colonialism and racism.
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance October 30 2019,
50 social justice activists from across the United States and Puerto Rico just landed in Havana, Cuba for the It Takes Roots delegating to the Continental Convergence for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism.
We are here to build deeper relationships, to affirm the principles of solidarity and grassroots internationalism, and to continue to fight for a systemic transformation against capitalism, patriarchy, colonialism and racism.
It Takes Roots is a multiracial effort led by women and gender oppressed people of color and Indigenous peoples on the frontlines of racial, housing and climate justice. It Takes Roots is made up of the members of Grassroots Global Justice, Right to the City, the Indigenous Environmental Network and the Climate Justice Alliance. — with Darryl E. Jordan, Yuki Kidokoro and Cindy Wiesner.
Puerto Rican mission in Havana
The #ItTakesRoots Cuba delegation visited the Puerto Rican mission in Havana for a conversation about the fight for the independence of the Puerto Rican people, the historical relationship between Cuba and Puerto Rico, Indigenous peoples in both countries, the US embargo, the continued impact that #HurricanMaria has on the island, #JustRecovery, about ways that we can work together, and more.
With Darryl E. Jordan, Chloe Sachine Sumi, Jaron Browne, Jacqueline Sirenita, Jihan Hafiz, Monica Atkins, Yuki Kidokoro, Shaun Grogan-Brown, Maria Irene Lopez, Cindy Wiesner, Basav Sen, Bineshi Albert, Jade Leah Daniels, Angela Adrar, Tom Goldtooth and Marion Gee.
Federation of Cuban Women
The #ItTakesRoots Cuba delegation visited the Federation of Cuban Women, to learn about the situation in Cuba & to exchange ideas. #GrassrootsFeminism — with Jaron Browne, Jihan Hafiz, Yuki Kidokoro, Shaun Grogan-Brown, Maria Irene Lopez, Cindy Wiesner, Bineshi Albert, Jade Leah Daniels, Angela Adrar and Marion Gee.
It Takes Roots November 8 2019·
During our time in Cuba, It Takes Roots engaged in an exchange with CENESEX, the Center for Sex Education, where we dialogued with LGBTQI+ rights leaders/ activists about advancements and the new Cuban constitution.
With Jade Leah Daniels and Cindy Wiesner.
Center for Political Education
In 1998 Cindy Wiesner, a HERE, local 2850 and STORM member, gave a talk entitled "From Rank-and-File to Leadership: Women of Color and Unions". The talk was sponsored by the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism linked organization, the Center for Political Education.
In 2001 Cindy Wiesner of People Organized to Win Employment Rights and STORM and Max Elbaum gave talks entitled: "Post 9-11 Analysis and Strategy." The talks were held at the San Francisco based Center for Political Education.
Where is the Left At?
Monday, January 10th, 2010? Centro del Pueblo 474 Valencia St. San Francisco.
Join Center for Political Education for a discussion that promises to be both provocative and engaging where we’ll discuss questions such as:
- What’s the state of the Left in our country today? What’s up with left organizations? What role does an “organized left” play in immigration, human rights, anti-war, and other movements?
- What was it about the 1930s and 1960s that created social movements and a strong and active Left and what was the relationship between the two? How are the objective conditions and the state of our movements today different? Are there current organizational forms that may play a similar role as the Communist Party USA played in the 1930s in the Black Liberation, Labor and other movements? And what lessons can we learn from the 30s and 60s that could be applied today?
- Cindy Wiesner is a longtime organizer in base building organizations. She currently is the Program Coordinator for the Grassroots Global Justice Alliance (GGJ). She represents GGJ on the planning bodies of the US Social Forum and the World Social Forum.
- Sendolo Diaminah is a black, queer communist living and organizing in Durham, North Carolina. Sendolo is a member of Freedom Road Socialist Organization and an organizer with People’s Durham, a new organization committed to building a participatory democracy led by low-income people and people of color.
- Carl Bloice is a writer, an Editorial Board member of Blackcommentator.com, and member of the National Coordinating Committee of the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism.
From Steve Williams: Over the years hundreds of people who have served on POWER’s staff, membership, leadership bodies, and Board of Directors. They are too many to mention by name, but I do want to extend special appreciations to Alicia Garza, Jaron Browne, Jason Negron-Gonzales, Marisa Franco, Aspen Dominguez, Cindy Wiesner, Ilana Berger, Nora Calderon, Larry Lattimore, Emma Harris, Gloria Esteva, Manuela Esteva, Donaji Lona, Juana Tello, Ernest Stokes, Beatriz Herrera, Karen Gibson, Lorren Dangerfield, Jesse Tello, Regina Douglas, Garth Ferguson, Brian Russell, Patty Snitzler, Thabiti Hayes, Khalil Abdul Samad, Jane Martin.
Left Forum 2011
Transformative Organizing: The Ultimate Solidarity:
- Ai-jen Poo, National Domestic Workers Alliance; Domestic Workers United
- Cindy Wiesner, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
- Eric Mann, Labor/Community Strategy Center
- Patrisse Cullors, Labor/Community Strategy Center
- Steve Williams, POWER
The Revolutionary Project and Socialism in the 21st century: US Bottom-up Struggles and the US Social Forum:
- Cindy Wiesner, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
- Helena Wong, CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities
- Jerome Scott, League of Revolutionaries for a New America; National Planning Committee of the U.S. Social Forum
- Rose Brewer, Black Left Unity Network, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; USSF Gender Justice Working Group
Youth Empowerment Center leaders
For the 2003 financial year Youth Empowerment Center officers were Harmony Goldberg, Chair/Program Director, Cindy Wiesner, Secretary, Adam Gold, Treasurer Jason McBriarty, Director, Lateefah Simon, Director, Rona Fernandez, Executive Director.
Opposing the "War on Terror"
In the immediate aftermath of 9/11 supportersof STORM and the Bay Area Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism established Ad Hoc Committee 'On Poitical Strategy' to fight against Bush's war against terrorism.
The group issued an October 5, 2001 statement to other activists;
- As we immersed ourselves in the fightback to Bush's war against terrorism, we felt the need to get our political bearings as leftists. So we organized a discussion attended by 27 diverse left activists in the San Francisco Bay Area on Sept. 30.
- September 11, and the Bush administration's reaction to it, is a defining historical moment, ushering in a new and dangerous period in international politics. Washington's agenda is to entrench the national security state and a new level of international dominance on the basis of a permanent war on terrorism--bringing the "new world order" to fruition.
- The defining political axis of this new period is Washington's international war on terrorism--and the fight against it...The political and ideological balance of forces, demands, and outcomes of all struggles will be affected by this central issue, to one degree or another.
- Given this, the fight for peace should be the central demand for the people's movements...However, peace is not a centrist, liberal demand, but in fact is central to an anti-imperialist agenda. Its main content is that of staying the hand of imperialist war and fighting U.S. militarism in all its forms.
Women of Color Resource Center
In 2006 the Women of Color Resource Center Board of Directors includedCaroline Acuna-Guilartes, Linda Burnham, Jung Hee Choi, Angela Davis, Derethia DuVal, Chris Lymbertos, Genevieve Negron-Gonzales, Margo Okazawa-Rey and Cindy Wiesner.
Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program
Sarai Portillo November 2005;
- My first pininos organizing a community event centuries ago almost 9 years ago... after meeting rent - tired but happy of the outcome... how time flies...
US Social Forum 2010
As the “Tea Party” Right rises in U.S. politics and the U.S. Empire continues to reach around the globe, there is an urgent need to build a new left that roots a creative, explicit, anti-racist, anti-imperialist politics inside working-class communities of color. In this session, Ai-jen Poo (National Domestic Workers Alliance), Steve Williams (POWER), Cindy Wiesner (Grassroots Global Justice), Ng’ethe Maina (Social Justice Leadership), and Patrisse Cullors and Eric Mann (Labor/Community Strategy Center) will engage Mann's new pamphlet, The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory, which identifies 7 core elements of social movement building that have powered grassroots organizations on their way to winning historic struggles against slavery, war, apartheid and empire. The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory is a companion to Mann’s forthcoming book, The 21 Qualities of the Successful Organizing: A Journey in Transformative Organizing (Beacon, 2011). 
US Social Forum National Planning Committee
Earth Day 2011
"False Solutions, such as "Clean Coal," harm communities on the front lines of extraction".
This event took place at CARECEN in Los Angeles, featuring Tom Goldtooth, Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), Ash-Lee Henderson, Mountain Justice, and Bill Gallegos (Communities for a Better Environment). Hosted by Cindy Wiesner (Grassroots Global Justice Alliance - and Tammy Bang Luu (The Strategy Center). Second Panel: Sunyoung Yang, and others on community-based real solutions.
National Leading From the Inside Out Alum
Left forum 2012
From Durban to Rio+20 and beyond: Stop the 1% from Profiting from Pollution!
- Sara Mersha Chair, Grassroots International
- Dena Hoff Via Campesina -North America
- Cindy Wiesner Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
Smartmeme advanced training
Doyle Canning April 16, 2012:
2012 smartmeme advanced training underway! — with Emma Mulvaney-Stanak, Sujin Lee, Marjorie Childress, Trina Jackson, Lenina Nadal, Danielle Coates-Connor, Randy Jackson, Cindy Wiesner, Rishi Awatramani, Gopal Dayaneni and Kiara Nagel.
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
World Social Forum 2013
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance activists attended the World Social Forum 2013 held in Tunis, Tunisia. Delegates included Kali Akuno (MXGM), Jordan Flaherty (Floodlines), Maria Poblet (CJ/JC), Helena Wong (CAAAV), Erin Byrd (BWFJ), Autumn Martinez (UE 199), Cindy Wiesner (GGJ), Charity Hicks (EMEAC), and Tammy Bang Luu (LCSC).
Mapping Socialist Strategies
Mapping Socialist Strategies was convened from August 1-4 in Briarcliff Manor, NY, by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office. It brang together 100 influential progressives and leftists from across the United States, Canada, and Europe for an “un-conference” on socialist strategies.
"Towards Collective Liberation" followers
Melanie Cervantes, follow · March 11, 2013;
- From author Chris Crass: " When I first imagined a poster promoting my new book, Towards Collective Liberation: anti-racist organizing, feminist praxis,and movement building strategy, the images that came to mind were the people in Melanie Cervantes’ “We are the 99%” posters, coming together to build the multiracial, feminist, working class-based movement for collective liberation that we need. M... See More — with Carla F. Wallace, Mari Mujica, Steve Williams, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, Ingrid Chapman, Dawn Haney, James Haslam, Cindy Wiesner, Marquez Rhyne, Jayanni Elizabeth, Malachi Garza, Miguel CarItu, Chris Crass, Carl Patrick, Abbey Lolcano, Maria Poblet, Kate Cardona, Z. Lula Haukeness, Lydia Pelot-Hobbs, Elandria Williams, Harsha Walia, Marc Mascarenhas-Swan, Jason Lydon, Jardana Peacock, Chris Dixon, Gabriel Haaland, Betty-Jeanne Ruters-Ward, Mel Baiser, Nisha Anand, Mimi Thi Nguyen, Becki Winchel, T. Gonzales, Rahula S. Janowski, Dani Burlison, Harjit Singh Gill, Leah Jo Carnine, Karly Safar, Emily Han Zimmerman, Alicia Garza, Sistufara W. Muhammad, Pamela Jean McMichael, Caitlin Elly Breedlove, Kate Kanelstein, Mei-ying Williams, James Tracy, Ash-Lee Woodard Henderson, Shannon Garth-Rhodes and Cindy Jeanne.
Ear to the Ground Project
- We would like to express our deep respect and appreciation for everyone who took the time to talk with us, and the organizations that generously hosted us during our travels. Interviews were confidential, but the following people have agreed to have their names listed for this publication:
Most of those listed were connected to Freedom Road Socialist Organization.
Cindy Wiesner was among those on the list. 
People's Climate March
Christine Cordero September 19, 2014 ·
NYC. I'm in here. So many rockstars. @OurPower contingent alone is about 4,000 folks, 50 buses from all over. Frontlines of Crisis, Forefront of Change.
Frontlines are actually out front becuse it takes roots to weather the storm... #PeoplesClimate #OurPower — with Rachel LaForest, Michael Leon Guerrero, Janet Redman, Ananda Lee Tan, Sara Mersha, Yuki Kidokoro, Sharon Lungo, Shaun Grogan-Brown, Cindy Wiesner, Helena Wong, Marjorie Childress, Samantha Corbin, Joshua Kahn Russell and Nene Igietseme.
Climate Change COP 20
Nearly three months after mobilizing over 19,000 people with the Climate Justice Alliance to the People’s Climate March and Summit in New York City during September 2014, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance (GGJ) is leading a delegation of 12 grassroots leaders from frontline communities impacted by economic crisis and climate change in the United States to the People’s Summit on Climate Change COP 20 in Lima, Peru from December 8–11, 2014.
Four leading delegates were;
Kali Akuno, Coordinator, Cooperation Jackson, Jackson MS, United States, Diana Lopez, Director, Southwest Workers Union, San Antonio, TX, United States, Tom B.K. Goldtooth, Executive Director, Indigenous Environmental Network, Bemidji, MN, United States, Cindy Wiesner, National Coordinator, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance; Co-Director, Climate Justice Alliance.
Sandra Moran tour
Shaun Grogan-Brown June 5, 2014 ·
"We Feminists Say: This is my body, this is my land, this is my territory. And we defend our territory." - Sandra Moran, World March of Women leader on Grassroots Global Justice Alliance national tour June 18-July 3: Reclaming Feminisms at the Grassroots! #ReclaimFeminisms http://ggjalliance.org/ReclaimingFeminisms2014 — with Marjorie Childress, Monica Cordova, Lindsay Marisol Archuleta, Andrea Mercado, Maria Huerta de Reyes, Sandra Moran, Tammy Bang Luu, Andrea Plaza, Jaron Browne, Jessica O. Guerrero, Helena Wong, Claudia Reyes, Marcia Olivo, Maria Poblet, Monserrat A. Matehuala, Mei-ying Williams, Cindy Wiesner, FuerzaUnida Mujeres, Steve Williams, Rukiya Dillahunt and Denise Perry.
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance staff
- Cindy Wiesner - National Coordinator of Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, and Co-Chair of the Climate Justice Alliance (CJA) and the Our Power Campaign,
- Shaun Grogan-Brown- Development and Communications Coordinator
- Helena Wong - National Organizer
- Jaron Browne - Communications Organizer with Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance 10th anniversary
10 years ago in San Antonio, grassroots leaders from communities of color, indigenous peoples and low-income communities across the US voted to launch a new alliance to connect US-based grassroots organizing to international social movements. And so, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance was born!
In 2015, we are coming full circle to San Antonio for our 10th Anniversary Kick-Off Event!
Join us for an intergenerational panel of activists in dialogue about activism and the resurgence of street mobilization in the global justice movement, from the early 2000s to 2015.
- Ruben Solis Garcia, Universidad Sin Fronteras
- Tom Goldtooth, Indigenous Environmental Network
- Tammy Bang Luu, Labor/Community Strategy Center
- Jessica O. Guerrero, Fuerza Unida Mujeres
- Sandra Garcia & Dorian Angulo, Southwest Workers Union
- Cindy Wiesner, GGJ National Coordinator
Feminist Training School
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance and the SouthWest Organizing Project (SWOP) co-hosted our very first Feminist Organizing School (FOS2016) in Albuquerque, NM from May 20-24th 2016. Over 40 people from 17 organizations around the country participated in the school, grounded in the spirit of slain indigenous feminist environmental activist, Berta Caaceres.
Miami Workers Center supporters
Miami Workers Center, November 2016 - Tomorrow is #GiveMiamiDay! Now more than ever we need your contribution so we can keep working in 2017 to demand local policies that protect Miami's women, girls and femmes.
We need you! Starting tonight at midnight, please consider giving to the Miami Workers Center here: — with Nilu Choudhury, Tomas Kennedy, Cindy Wiesner, Julia Dawson, Serena Perez, Luisana Perez-Fernandez, Karla De Anda, Julia Daniel, Kathy Bird Carvajal, Gihan Perera, Hashim Benford, Marcia Olivo, Sarai Portillo, Camilo Mejia, Maria Rodriguez, Andrea Mercado, Daniela Saczek, Carla Hansack, Maria Asuncion Bilbao, Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava, Trenise Bryant, Natalia Jaramillo, Viviana Ivalo, Miami Girls Foundation and Move to End Violence.
Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing
Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing, was a nationwide conference call organized by Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Sunday October 30, 2016.
- What's the nature of this right-wing threat? What has this election cycle changed about the political terrain we're fighting on? How do we need to prepare for whats coming after the election? Hear about these crucial questions from our panel of top political strategists, including Nelini Stamp, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Linda Burnham, and Sendolo Diaminah.
Those indicating they would attend, on Facebook included Cindy Wiesner.
Now What? Defying Trump and the Left's Way Forward
Now What? Defying Trump and the Left's Way Forward was a phone in webinar organized by Freedom Road Socialist Organization in the wake of the 2016 election.
- Now what? We’re all asking ourselves that question in the wake of Trump’s victory. We’ve got urgent strategizing and work to do, together. Join Ash-Lee Woodard Henderson of the Movement for Black Lives and Freedom Road, Calvin Cheung-Miaw, Jodeen Olguin-Taylor of Mijente and WFP, Joe Schwartz of the Democratic Socialists of America, and Sendolo Diaminah of Freedom Road for a discussion of what happened, and what we should be doing to build mass defiance. And above all, how do we build the Left in this, which we know is the only solution to the crises we face?
- This event will take place Tuesday November 15, 2016 at 9pm Eastern/8pm Central/6pm Pacific.
Those invited, on Facebook included Cindy Wiesner.
October 23, 2016 Jodeen Olguin-Tayler, Yong Jung Cho, Xochitl Oseguera, Latchmi Gopal, Heather McGhee, Nikki Fortunato Bas, Sarita Gupta, Alicia Garza, Laura Dawn, Agunda Okeyo, Greisa Martinez Rosas, Edith Sargon, Renata Pumarol, Ai-jen Poo, Trina Greene Brown, Naila Awan, Pramila Jayapal, Cindy Wiesner, Brigid Flaherty, Serena Perez and Angel Kyodo Williams, were part of a #GOPHandsOffMe meme.
Miami Workers Center December 13 2016 circulated a meme clalling for people to report "hate crimes"
- Please share! If you or someone you know has been the victim of a hate crime, threats or discrimination during or after the elections, please report it! Fill this survey is anonymous and confidential: http://bit.ly/MiedoenMiami
With Rosana Araujo, Dian Y. Alarcon, Maria Asuncion Bilbao, Ada Bermejo, Karla De Anda, Felix Espinal, Claudia Saucedo, Jonathan Fried, Carla Hansack, Natalia Jaramillo, Viviana Ivalo, Gabriel Garcia-Vera, Bertha Sanles Wilson, Mayte Canino, Bianka Nora, Ruth Chalono, Cynthia Selene Hernandez, Aidil Oscariz, Andrea Mercado, Cindy Wiesner, Kathy Bird Carvajal, Jersey Garcia, Maria Angelica Ramirez Barrera, Camilo Mejia, Charo Valero, Jacqui Carmona, Alana Greer, Elbert Garcia, United Families and Latina Comunica.
Cindy Wiesner July 10, 2017 ·
New Florida Vision PAC, August 23, 2018:
This election is our's to win. We just have to get out to vote and bring our friends with us!
Tag three friends to recruit them to vote #GillumforGovernor and be part of making history in Florida.
He's the people's choice who will raise the minimum wage, promote health-care-for-all, protect the environment, and call to impeach Donald Trump.
- BringItHome — with Andrea Mercado, Renee Mowatt, Ebony P. Donnley, Natalia Jaramillo, Andrew Gillum, Jamilyn Salonga Bailey, Jeronimo Saldana, Kelly Marie Fay Rodríguez, Elbert Garcia, Rosa Lozano and Cindy Wiesner.
Natalia Jaramillo added Maria Asuncion Bilbao, Kathy Bird Carvajal, Tomas Kennedy, Ivan Parra Zapata, Elizabeth Fernandez, Melissa Taveras, Francesca Menes, Jasmen M. Rogers-Shaw, Marcia Olivo, Eunic Ortiz, Roxey Nelson, Coyuca Jones
Bineshi Albert November 1, 2018 ·
With Cindy Wiesner and Jihan Gearon.
It Takes Roots
Ananda Lee Tan August 19, 2018:
My amazing It Takes Roots team, gearing up to confront disaster capitalism, and champion community solutions to protect Mother Earth and all her peoples. Join us for Solidarity 2 Solutions week in San Francisco: Sept 8-14 — with Anamika Jain, Cindy Wiesner, Bineshi Albert, Zol Boo, Angela Adrar, Doria Robinson, Beatrice Camacho, Antonio Diaz, Alvina Wong, Tom Goldtooth, Heather Thiry, Kitzia Esteva, Marion Gee, Malcolm Torreoon Chu, Senowa Mize-Fox, Marco van Basten, Kitty Huddleston, Jaron Browne, Laura Navarro, Tere Almaguer, Pam Tau Lee, Chloe Sachine Sumi, Jacqueline Sirenita and Maya Bhardwaj in San Francisco, California.
- Grassroots Global Justice Alliance staff
- Center for Political Education website: Past Classes (1998 - 2007)
- Center for Political Education website: Past Classes (1998 - 2007)
- CPE Recent Activities
- Center for Third World Organizing website: Alumni Network (accessed on Aug. 16, 2010)
- US Social Forum program
- Youtube, GGJ - Earth Day 2011 - Ash-Lee Henderson Uploaded on May 3, 2011
- Center for political Education, Where is the Left At?A Discussion with Cindy Weisner, Sendolo Diaminah, and Carl Bloice Monday, January 10th, 7:00pm
- GGJAWorld Social Forum 2013 Tunisia Report Backs Posted on Fri, 05/17/2013
- Ear to the Ground, About, accessed Nov. 12, 2015
- GGJA MEDIA ADVISORY: Leaders from US Communities Affected by Climate Change Travel to Climate Talks in Peru Posted on Sun, 12/07/2014
- Grassroots Global Justice Alliance staff
- Antonio peace Center, Internationalism January 23
- Organizing School 2016
- FB Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing Went 109