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How Millennials are organizing for social change

Allison Fine calls this kind of decentralized organizing “network leadership,” something I write more about in a follow-up post, “Just what kind of social change are you interested in?

From Social Citizens, by Allison Fine, 24 April 2008:

Ivan Boothe, for example, says his organization’s goal is to “involve people who are active and educated about the issue who become leaders as members. Our members are not just a mailing list. GI-Net is all about giving up control … Organizations need more than a membership card. We are creating a permanent anti-genocide constituency.”