The Partnership’s core activities to galvanize liberatory leadership development efforts include:
- Research and Data: Studying and documenting exemplary models of liberatory leadership, including best practices, tools, frameworks, and operationalization mechanisms.
- Assembling Learning and Training Communities: Hosting gatherings of people committed to liberation to learn from and support one another; learning from leaders about liberatory leadership experiments; the Center for Third World Organizing’s Praxis Cohort - 12 Month Fellowship for 5 Emerging groups from the Movement for Black Lives ecosystem. Support of fellows includes fiscal sponsorship, mini-grants, leadership development, organization development, fundraising support.
- Publications: Sharing accessible and practical information designed to disseminate learnings and emerging thinking to inform multiple types of stakeholders in leadership development from developing practitioners to funders to evaluators and beyond.
- Webinars and Convenings: Holding space for shared meaning-making of emerging liberatory leadership practices for the broader community.