Activist Graduate School

The online school for activists, by activists.

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Activist Graduate School

The online school for activists, by activists.

  • How to Change The World—Theories...

    8 Videos

  • Why Do Protests Fail? (Symposi...

    5 Videos

  • Housing Justice Activism and Pro...

    27 Videos

  • What is the Future of Activism? ...

    3 Videos

  • Informal Chats

    3 Videos

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  1. How to Change The World—Theories and ...

    8 Videos

    Whether we are campaigning on civil rights, environmental justice, refugee rights or LGBTQIA and women’s rights, the first prerequisite to success is a theory of social change that guides our methods. The range of potential protest tactics is so plentiful—from direct action in the streets to silent prayerful vigils, self-organized worker cooperatives to electoral ballot initiatives—that every activist, whether consciously or not, relies on a theory...

  2. Why Do Protests Fail? (Symposium One)

    5 Videos

    Drawing on their pivotal experiences running for president as a third-party candidate, sparking Black Lives Matter and asserting indigenous rights, three thoughtful activists confront head-on the reasons that protests fail. Is it a lack of demands? Police repression? Absence of leadership? Or something deeper?

    Understanding why protests fail will equip you to create positive social change.

  3. Housing Justice Activism and Protest—...

    27 Videos

    This course examines the housing crisis in the United States through the lens of housing justice. A collaboration between The Institute on Inequality and Democracy at UCLA Luskin and Activist Graduate School, the course has the following learning objectives. First, we will study social movements, community organizing, and housing occupations through critical and historical analysis. We are concerned with tactics and strategies as well as the new m...

  4. What is the Future of Activism? (Symp...

    3 Videos

    Creators of Kony2012, Freedom to Marry. Occupy Wall Street and the Institute on Inequality and Democracy reflect on the future of activism.

  5. Informal Chats

    3 Videos

    This is a collection of informal conversations with activists. Videos in this section are free. For access to the official courses at Activist Graduate School, click subscribe below.