Examples of Peoples Movement Assembly
Assemblies for outreach to US Social Forum
As part of the outreach engine to build momentum to the third U.S. Social Forum, Peoples Movement Assemblies are being organized in communities around the country. Find out more
Assemblies for Movement Governance
Assemblies organized to represent frontline struggles and community organizations in order to share analysis, collaborate, and develop & implement action plans to grow movement power
The Southern Movement Assembly is a regional organizing process involving over 50 organizations working across issues in the Southeast U.S.
The first Southern Movement ASsembly was held in historic Lowndes County, Alabama on the site of 1965’s Tent City in September 2012.
Throughout 2013 and 2014, organizing drives have culminated in four SMAs held in different locations in the South: Jacksonville, FL, Dothan, AL, and Atlanta, GA.
To learn more watch the video right, check out the SMA Action Packet, and follow them at www.southtosouth.org
Assemblies for Community Governance
Assemblies that are organized to bring together people in a particular neighborhood, city, town, constituency or population in order to share analysis, collaborate, develop & implement action plans that grow community power.
This video provides an overview of the People Movement Assembly that was organized by grassroots community groups in Detroit in 2011 as a people’s response to the Detroit Works Project.
Assemblies for Frontline Convergence
Assemblies that are organized to bring together people who work on a similar frontline of struggle in order to share analysis, collaborate, develop & implement action plans that grow frontline struggle power.
This video tells the story of the Youth Education Justice PMA that was planned, organized, facilitated, and documented by young people from Atlanta and Detroit.