Tag Archive for North Bay Organizing Project

Fear & Loathing, but Questionable Dynamic Foresight on the Petaluma Campaign Trail, 2018

Though we were unable to spend much time covering the 2018 Petaluma election campaign, we do feel obliged to touch upon it briefly before moving on to the 2020 electoral cycle already underway. It was, after all, the end of a significant era in Petaluma politics and culture, and the birth of an exciting new…

Turning Texas Blue – Could Community Organizers in the Lone Star State Show the Democrats the Way?

According to Texas Organizing Project cofounder Ginny Goldman, “There’s this misunderstanding that people don’t care, that people are apathetic,” reports Andrew Cockburn in the March 2017 edition of Harper’s magazine. “It’s so not true. People are mad and they want to do something about it. People want fighters that will deliver real change for them.…

The Right to a Roof: A Grassroots Housing Movement Takes Shape in California’s North Bay

North Bay journalist Dave Ransom reports on the growing housing crisis. Originally published by Tribuno del Pueblo: ‘The Right to a Roof’ Dave Ransom  |  Issue: August | September 2015 A homeless man sitting in the park is ticketed by a San Francisco cop. We must fight the rampant, petty criminalization of people abandoned by…