Writing a Solidarity Statement

In this new resource, you’ll find questions to reflect on before, during, and after drafting a solidarity statement.


Developed as part of our ongoing workshops and trainings about transformative solidarity practice, this resource provides considerations and process questions for writing a solidarity statement.

Solidarity Is This Podcast

The new season explores how organizers, community historians, and storytellers are reimagining and transforming sites of public history into spaces for understanding, healing, reconciliation, transformation, and, of course, solidarity.


How can transformative solidarity practice lead to mutual liberation and collective power?

Social Change Now

Social Change Now: A Guide for Reflection and Connection is Deepa Iyer’s heartfelt offering to individuals and groups seeking to initiate or deepen their actions in service to social change values.


For those who are just beginning their social change journeys to those who are weary and disillusioned, how can we effectively anchor our commitments to equity, solidarity, and justice?

The Social Change Ecosystem Map Framework

The social change ecosystem framework helps individuals, networks, and organizations align and get in right relationship with social change values, individual roles, and their broader ecosystem.


Tools and resources designed to support your individual solidarity practice as well as your organization, network, or coalition.

About Solidarity Is

A program of the Building Movement Project, Solidarity Is generates tools, trainings, and narratives to facilitate transformative solidarity practices for movement building organizations and activists who are invested in meaningful social change. 


Solidarity has long been a strategy for building power, deepening political education, and nurturing bonds used by organizations, networks, coalitions, and movements.



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Solidarity Principles

Principles for transformative solidarity practice, developed by Solidarity Is | Building Movement Project.

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