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Conclusion—Tying Up Loose Threads (Beads On A Rosary)

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A solidarity networks capacity to be successful is based on external and internal factors. The author challenge is to match Chiapas colleagues organizing to his context, and meet the efficacy target of the solidarity relationship. If ones goal is to reduce poverty and strengthen women, and the members of Jolom have chosen their weaving as the vehicle to do that at this time, then joining with political and educational networks and movements focused on economic and social justice and human rights in a formal manner is required. An early step is formalizing network and making it more visible in the US. Utilizing the solidarity relationship process, the author reviews thinking about how people align themselves with the network. What insights can partners in Chiapas give for the mobilization work? Key internal organizational factors include US formal structure, identity, visibility, and communication.

Keywords: Chiapas; organizational identity; social justice movements; US solidarity network



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