Generating ideas, connections, and action

Alston/Bannerman Fellowship Progam

Host type: Not applicable

Key contact:

Name: Information
Phone: (410) 327-6220


What are the desired outcomes of the program?

Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : To qualify, applicants must be organizers of color with at least 10 years of experience residing in the US or its territories. Beyond the basic criteria, the Program seeks applicants whose work: • attacks root causes of injustice by organizing those affected to take collective action • challenges the systems that perpetrate injustice and effects institutional change • builds their community’s capacity for self-determination and develops grassroots leadership • acknowledges the cultural values of the community • creates accountable participatory structures in which community members have decision-making power • contributes to building a movement for social change by making connections between issues, developing alliances with other constituencies and collaborating with other organizations

What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?

What leadership development theories does the program support?
Not specified
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
What is the focus of the program?
Not specified
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)