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Finding Resource Generation from Canada

Posted August 25, 2015 by Colette

Finding Resource Generation from Canada

Each generation must, out of its relative obscurity, discover its mission, fulfill it, or betray it.

-Frantz Fanon

I’m part of a generation (I’m 27) in North America that grew up being told that everyone should be born equal and … Continue reading »

Advice on Advisors

Posted April 29, 2015 by Colette

Advice on Advisors

I grew up moving from ‘relatively comfortable’ to verifiably wealthy. I was well provided-for, and, provided­ for. I never had much monetary awareness -my family always told me we were upper-middle class. A few memories of attempts to learn more … Continue reading »

Photo by Drew Tucker

Posted April 14, 2015 by Colette

Part III: Taking risks

This post is a part III of a three part blog series and RG campaign, “It Starts Today: Moving $1 Million to Black-Led, Black Liberation Organizing.” Visit our campaign webpage.

Written by Lily Andrews, bex kolins, Jason Rodney, and Jen … Continue reading »

Meet the new RG staff!

Posted July 31, 2014 by Colette

Meet the new RG staff!

RG staff is growing! We are so excited to feature two of our new staff and check back next month when we will feature more!

Emil Paddison, National Organizer
I’m Emil Paddison, RG’s new National Organizer. I’ll be working to … Continue reading »

It’s nice to meet you…

Posted April 23, 2014 by Colette

It’s nice to meet you…

Hello Resource Generation! My name is Colette Henderson and I became your new Membership Associate as of the beginning of this month. I come to RG and New York City from down south in Louisville, Kentucky where my passion and … Continue reading »