Episode 6 - Rules for Revolutionaries: How Big Organizing Can Change Everything
On this episode, we'll be chatting with B Loewe. Originally from the Maryland suburbs of DC, B was recruited into social justice work by his older sister, and was a key organizer of the 2010 Detroit-based U.S. Social Forum. B Loewe is currently Mijente's Communications Director, and is an all around amazing organizer and activist, contributing so much to grassroots efforts in Chicago. We'll be talking with B about Rules for Revolutionaries: How Big Organizing Can Change Everything by Becky Bond and Zach Exley, recently published in November of 2016.
The book is saying...
-- "demographics don't mean destiny"
-- "how you make change and bring people in the movement in the most efficient way possible."
This book is for...
Virgos! The person who will create your spreadsheets and run your digital platforms!
Guest(s): B. Loewe
Host(s): Page May
Date: April 10, 2017
What does big organizing mean?
What is the organizing intervention of this book?
How does a book about an electoral campaign relate to smaller, grassroots campaigns?