Protest organization groups and resources


The Action Network



This is the toolset our movement deserves.
We’re like you: a mission-driven nonprofit organization dedicated to building online power for the progressive movement.
We don’t have clients – we have partners.

Use Action Network to:
Organize people online and offline
Recruit and mobilize new activists
Raise funds to fuel important work
And much more!


Student Activism Resources

Resources, Inspiration And Expert Advice For Making A Difference On And Off Campus

Student activism has surged in the last decade, with young campaigners calling on leaders both on and off campus to right wrongs, erase inequalities and secure the future of our planet. But this is nothing new: Student activists led the charge during the Civil Rights Movement and were early adopters of environmentalism. While peaceful protests and petitions are still important parts of their toolbox, today’s student activists are expanding by bringing activism to the web and social media.
Providing tools and guidance on how to create goal-oriented, effective rallies for change.

The Ruckus Society
The Ruckus Society

With an ambitious commitment to social justice and environmental activism and a small staff, Ruckus is busy. To achieve our goals we rely on a diverse network of over 150 talented, committed trainers, coordinators and workers who volunteer their time to train other people to be effective nonviolent activists and direct action organizers.


Training For Change
Training for Change

Training for Change builds capacity for powerful training and education among activists and organizers. We work with groups taking nonviolent direct action, building strong teams, and working for grassroots social change. Since 1992, we’ve trained over 15,000 participants in over 20 countries across diverse sectors and issues.

Beyond the Choir

Beyond the Choir

To build movements capable of winning real change, we need to do more than just “preach to the choir.” Beyond the Choir partners with social justice organizations to craft resonant messaging, plan strategic campaigns, and mobilize larger bases of support.

Organize a Protest

 Hollaback! A march or a protest is a strategic way to address and bring awareness to street harassment and related issues. Holding a public demonstration helps educate the public about these issues and allows your supporters to speak their opinions. Here are the key steps you should take to conduct a successful march: Learn more here


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