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The Future Of Organizing People Is In The Book

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Direct 1st party input and claim connection is advancing even amid much opposition. The opposition comes from the legacy of the advocates without the 1st party claims that have been allowed to take the lead. That legacy includes not articulating the difference between having and speaking about the 1st party claims. The claims allow you to identify the best start point for organizing. Collecting the claims directly lets claimants audit success. Others that get to speak without your direct claims can validate solutions that don’t work for you. When direct claims are missing, stolen or manipulated, it stalls the ability to see failures and weaknesses. Too many of us have been on a bad diet of processed input. The future of organizing people particularly Black people is dependent on healing the damage of being fed 3rd and 4th party narratives on a colonized brain for years. The handicapping thought narratives must be replaced through inputing the essential 1st party claims. The claims tha…

Mate3.com 1st Party Claim Funneling

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The beforehand 1st party claim collection is an important example of funneling because the witness must be accountable as well. If you have not added your 1st party claim it’s impossible to say it was or was not counted. The same goes for citizen suggestions. Funneling 1st party claims will impact engagement in better defining of problems and needs.


The Missing Ingredient From Public Organizing

The continuum has been the missing ingredient in public organizing. We’ve been getting sudden acts of disconnected mobilizing for too long. That means that our temporary emotions are being answered with short term solutions. It also means that we are not developing and applying policies for how we’ll handle incoming 1st party claims before mobilizing for advocacy. We’ve learned that mass movement will require common reasons for unity in advocacy.

The Future Of Organizing People-

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Direct 1st party input and claim connection is advancing even amid much opposition. The opposition comes from the legacy of the advocates without the 1st party claims that have been allowed to take the lead. That legacy includes not articulating the difference between having and speaking about the 1st party claims. The claims allow you to identify the best start point for organizing. Collecting the claims directly lets claimants audit success. Others that get to speak without your direct claims can validate solutions that don’t work for you. When direct claims are missing, stolen or manipulated, it stalls the ability to see failures and weaknesses. Too many of us have been on a bad diet of processed input. The future of organizing people particularly Black people is dependent on healing the damage of being fed 3rd and 4th party narratives on a colonized brain for years. The handicapping thought narratives must be replaced through inputing the essential 1st party claims. The claims tha…

3 Examples Of Mate3.com Networking

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Ken had his civil rights violated by police in a clandestine encounter. He shared his experience with the mate3.com network. The result was that he received multiple suggestions and connections to advocates that stood publically with him to demand justice.

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Sandra became an amputee as a result of an infection. Her physical therapist told her about mate3.com networking, and she give it a try. From her answers to 3 questions we found several options that included peer support, activism and philanthropy.
1 It’s when you have had any experience and want assistance to find advocates and/or solutions. A case in point could be Gloria who was waiting on a bus near her home, while there she was approached and molested. After that encounter she used the mate3.com network to find others who have had similar experiences. Later she got connected with a local mother that was already asking for a public safety camera to be installed at that bus stop




6 Principles Of Mate3.com Networkers

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(1) Identifying the start point for organizing 1st parties for advocacy and action is key. (2) Start with transparent policies for 1st party claim-based organizing on the frontend. (3) Having a position to become aware of 1st party claims while making connections with what happened to you, to others, and to whom it may happen is a best practice. (4) Using new claims to set-up common causes and standards for directing future activism and advocacy. (5) Organizing to continually capture 1st party claims and suggestions to advance problem defining and solution validation. (6) Initiating 1st party claim collections with transparency and posting for public viewing. 

How Mate3.com Networking Can Empower You

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