Category: Money for Our Movements conference

6/11/10: Money for Our Movements and USSF: embracing change

In just 12 days, 25,000 people from across the United States and beyond will converge on Detroit for the United States Social Forum. We work on different issues, come from different regions, hold different identities, and we probably disagree on a lot of things. But we agree that “Another world is possible, another US is […]

Money for Our Movements: our second keynote speaker is…

It’s so exciting that Ai-jen Poo will be a keynote speaker for Money for Our Movements: A Social Justice Fundraising Conference: Ai-jen Poo on Organizing and Fundraising with Love: Ai-jen has been organizing immigrant women workers in New York since 1996. She works at the National Domestic Workers Alliance that she and many others from […]

Money for Our Movements: register now for $150

Good news: Registration’s now open for Money for Our Movements: A Social Justice Fundraising Conference! We plan to limit registration to just 500 people this year, so register now. 500 is a nice number: big enough to make an impact across many social justice movements, but not so big that the conference starts feeling like […]

Money for Our Movements sneak-peek: our first 2 debaters

Thanks to the 2000+ people who read our blog in our first week! For your trouble, here’s a sneak-peek of the most popular part of our conference: the debate. For the record, I don’t like debates much; the competition can get combative sometimes. I much prefer featuring collaboration (It’s healthier for our movements, no?). But […]

Money for Our Movements: did we miss something?

The program committee for Money for Our Movements: A Social Justice Fundraising Conference could use your advice What workshop topics do you want to see at the conference this year? Here are some topics from our ’08 conference that we thought it made sense to have again. Please let us know if you really want […]