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Historic African Coalitions: Building a Network to Advance the Work

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Oakland Public Library: Melrose Branch

4805 Foothill Boulevard

Lower Level Meeting Room

Oakland, CA 94601

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This workshop will focus on cultural and political coalitions among African people throughout several historical time periods, as a foundation of modern coalition work. The principles and practices of coalition building in the past continue to be effective tools today, and Prof. Manu will share the insights presented in his groundbreaking book, Towards Black Community Development (1993), and how what he calls the "Workshop Model" is the basis of effectively advancing coalition work. Bring your work hat!

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Oakland Public Library: Melrose Branch

4805 Foothill Boulevard

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Oakland, CA 94601

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