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Leaders in Faith-Based Organizing Networks

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AbstractAs well as including articles from four research scholars and extracts from two key texts on organizing in the USA, the editors invited leaders from four of the major organizing networks—Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), Pacific Institute for Community Organization (PICO), Gamaliel and Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ)—to contribute to this special issue from their perspective as organizers. Two of the leaders are pastors and two write from their viewpoint as national staff workers with faith-based networks. All four contributors were asked to reflect on their experience of organizing in local communities and across the nation; to consider what for them are the most important theological and theoretical issues.

Affiliations: 1: Industrial Areas Foundation, URL:; 2: Pacific Institute for Community Organization, URL:


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