Video and Multimedia
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Video 7.1: The Women's March: One Year Later
Description: This Washington Post report outlines five significant social change outcomes that emerged following the Women’s March on Washington event. The Women’s March on Washington has facilitated a process of social planning and community organizing that seeks to empower diverse women to advance social change.
Web 7.1: SWOT Analysis: Raising the Capacity of Your Organization
Description: Ronald Quincy, Shuang Lu, and Chien-Chung Huang in association with the Huamin Research Center, School of Social Work at Rutgers University, and the China Philanthropy Research Institute at Beijing Normal University, have developed a guide for conducting an organizational SWOT analysis. The guide includes an in-depth description of the SWOT analysis and its composite parts. Drawing from an example, the guide provides a template for conducting a SWOT analysis.
Web 7.2: Social Planning Toronto
Description: This site provides information about Social Planning Toronto, a nonprofit, community organization that works to advance equity, social justice, and quality of life in Toronto. The site outlines how this organization fulfills its mission through community capacity building, community education, advocacy, and policy research and analysis.
Web 7.3: Women's March on Washington: Mission and Principles
Description: The website outlines the mission and unifying principles of the Women’s March. The Women’s March emerged as a response to the election of President Trump in 2016. It is a women-led movement that exists to “harness the political power of diverse women and their communities to create transformative social change.” The website outlines the full mission statement and unifying principles that guide the social planning of this coalition of leaders and consumers.