Collective Visioning & Bridging the Class Divide

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Linda Stout

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Linda Stout is the activist/author of Collective Visioning: How Groups Can Work Together for a Just and Sustainable Future and founder of Spirit In Action, a non-profit organization that catalyzes broad-based movement building to support deep and lasting social change.  
Linda also help found Progressive Communicators Network, which exists to strengthen and amplify the power, voices, and vision of grassroots movements that are working for racial, social, economic, and environmental justice.

Linda's work with kids after Katrina led to the creation of Kids Rethinking New Orleans.

Her first book was Bridging the Class Divide

Music Featured:
We Are Strong - Si Kahn
Gone, Gonna Rise Again - Si Kahn

 

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6/5/2011
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Hi Mark: I wanted to pass

Hi Mark: I wanted to pass along these comments from author, Linda Stout, whom you interviewed a short white ago: Mark Judkins was fabulous. He's Quaker also. He totally got what I was doing and we were able to focus a little more on "heart/love" in the work for social change. Thank you so much, Gail

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