Class Action provides a dynamic framework and analysis for people of all backgrounds to identify and address issues of class and classism and its intersection with race and racism.
We do this through powerful interactive trainings and workshops, organizational assessment and consulting, research, public education, webinars, print and online resources and programs like Staffing the Mission, Cross-Class Dialogues and the First Gen College Student Summit.
Bring a Class Action training or consultation to you or check out free resources like our Activist Class Cultures Toolkit.
Since our founding in 2004, more than 25,000 people and hundreds of organizations across the country, have been moved to awareness and action by Class Action.
Our workshops, organizational assessments, resources, programs and webinars have supported people and organizations to:
- Develop class awareness and a class lens
- Understand race and class intersections
- Address class barriers and class privilege
- Build bridges across the class divide
- Become more equitable
- Promote economic justice
Contact us to bring a workshop to you or check out our programs:
- Cross-Class Dialogue Groups
- Staffing the Mission (for nonprofits)
- Activist Class Cultures
- First Gen College Student Summit
- Class and Climate is in the works
“Class Action is shattering the silence that surrounds class in our society and is changing how we think and talk about class.”Dr. Heather Bullock, Chair Committee on Socioeconomic Status, American Psychological Association
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