Professional Training and Resources for Activists
Personal TrainingPersonal training sets us apart. Whether you need an entire game plan, or help in a specific area, contact us for expert help with your movement. We want to help you change the world.
Want to bring our knowledge to your group? Our selection of speakers can reach out to you via skype, or in person, and for groups as small as ten people to as large as thousands of people.
Explore a diverse and extensive array of materials to be more effective in your cause with our constantly updated library of tools, resources, and databases for every area of activism.
Forget frantic Google searches. The Solutions Institute Activist Map is a revolutionary platform for coalition, building, advertising, and connecting for political action across the United States. Add your organization so potential activists can find you, connect with grassroots leaders in your area, and generate massive social change. It all starts here.
Project Digital Privacy was founded as a result of increased social activism in regards to government surveillance, especially in the online age. PDP is an organization that is dedicated to non-violently ending unconstitutional digital surveillance at the local level. SI advisers are helping PDP refine its final strategy, and prepare for launch.
Weekly Updates, Stories, and Resources
Clayton Holmes is a 47 year old former football player for the Dallas Cowboys, and an activist for cannabis reform across the nation. He is currently involved with The Solutions Institute regarding sweeping cannabis reform on a federal level, Including removing it as schedule one substance form the DEA’s list. His story and journey is one of very many up-and-downs including being suspended from the NFL for cannabis use altogether.read more
Our most recent trip took place over the Thanksgiving holiday. We were joined by the National Clean Water Collective and the Piece of the Rock Foundation.read more
We have fantastic news from Idaho, where we've been helping Citizens Allied for Integrity and Accountability put the brakes on a runaway train: for-profit fracking, unfairly advantaged by regulations that allow "forced pooling," which amounts to legalized theft of...read more
You hear of people moving mountains to achieve their goals. That might not apply in Kansas, but whatever the prairie equivalent is, Amber Ostrom did it several times over in the eighteen-month fight to regain custody of her daughter, Georgia. A chain of events...read more
ActCon III is this Saturday, Sept. 19 – World-class speakers and audience Q&A – Buy your ticket today!
Countdown to Saturday! ActCon III tickets are still on sale, and we've added two impressive panelists, Anita MonCrief and Robin Koerner. See their mini-biographies and topics below. September 19, 2015 from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. eastern ActCon III is the crash course...read more
This is certainly one way to put your 83,000 pennies into the conversation.read more
UPDATE: Activist Talib Kweli went on the Bill Maher Show and agreed, bringing in even more insight on why BLM Seattle was successful after interrupting Sanders. He and Jennifer Granholm, Senior Adviser to Correct the Record, point out some of the misconceptions and...read more
ActCon III is a chance hear how successes are built from the people who build them. We gather serial successes to speak at ActCon trainings because knowing how to move from one success to the next is the M.O. of effective activism.read more
Last November, News2Share's Trey Yingst was arrested on a public sidewalk while attempting to create an objective record of the activism and police response in Ferguson. After a lengthly legal process, he is now free of all charges and receiving a payout of $8500. See...read more
Author's Note: Activism is a form of art, and it can be executed very poorly or very well. See the story below, which details a bizarre activism stunt that has gained both praise and shock. Good or bad, the reach of any activist activity is propelled if the leader is...read more