James Frey Croft speaking at wooden lectern

Unlocking the Power of People: How Organizing Can Change the World

Organizing is the single most effective tool to make political change, yet remarkably few people know much about it. In this presentation James Croft, who teaches Organizing for the Harvard Executive Education Program, will tell the story of great organizers throughout history, explain what organizing is, explore why it is so important, and give you ways to get involved in organizing yourself.

We begin the program promptly at 10:30 am ET, with gathering time from 10:15 on Zoom. We will try to end by 11:30. The Zoom room will be open until noon for socializing.

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Mar 27 2022


America/New York
10:30 am - 12:00 pm


Online: Zoom only


  • James Frey Croft
    James Frey Croft
    Leader, St. Louis Ethical Society

    James Frey Croft, Ed. D., is an Ethical Culture Leader currently serving in St. Louis. His doctoral work at Harvard looked at the persuasive power of communication. James is a long-time Star Trek and Harry Potter fan. Before moving to St. Louis, he was the Research and Education Fellow at the Humanist Community at Harvard.


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