Interdependence: Global Solidarity and Local Actions – Resources for the Philadelphia Region
These resources are intended as open-access reading and teaching materials, geared toward robust global civic literacy and capacities for informed, ethical action that supports just, inclusive, and sustainable communities.
Anyone is welcome to use these resources, in whole or in part. Please cite as indicated at the bottom of each page.
Many community organizers, faculty, and facilitators are using these modules for particular courses or training programs. The core content is on this website so that it can be maximally open-access, but your particular questions, reflection sessions, and – if applicable – grades will typically occur in your own space, whether that’s through Whatsapp, Google Classroom, Moodle, or something else. Faculty and facilitators may also, of course, supplement or adapt the content available here. Independent individuals are welcome to self-pace through these resources.
Online learning and action toolkits of short narrative videos, data, and concepts grounded in the specifics of the Philadelphia region:
The resources on this website are collected, curated, and edited by staff, administrators, and faculty representing a range of institutions and organizations. The site is maintained and edited through the Community-based Global Learning Collaborative housed in the Haverford College Center for Peace and Global Citizenship.
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