System change and community organizing: A conversation on the long arc of history with “Mother” Mamie Moore

  • December 4th, 2015
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  • Eric Dirnbach

We believe that any vision of a next system that doesn’t ultimately resonate with those working on the ground for economic and racial justice in the communities most marginalized, exploited, and oppressed by the current one is not really getting at what really needs to be next. A big part of this is listening and learning, with humility and respect, to the voices of the people who have been fighting on the frontlines—here, we asked Kate Diedrick of Solidarity Research Center to talk with Atlanta-based community organizer “Mother” Mamie Moore about her trajectory as an activist and advocate for system change starting at the neighborhood level.

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Note: this article was written by a Research|Action member when she was with the Solidarity Research Center.

Eric Dirnbach

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