The League believes working in coalitions
is a valuable and effective way to move forward on bringing about change.
aimed at survival and justice cannot depend solely on an individualistic, agonistic model; and progressive activism cannot depend on naturalized, f ixed, and/or exclusivist notions of community.
can consist of private businesses, public entities and even groups of Taft-Hartley funds banding together to buy employee benefits and support systems.
While the various domestic and sexual violence coalitions
at the state level often have women of color caucuses, Jones and Shaw took the unique step of forming the Oklahoma Native American Coalition
as its own independent organization that could address the specific needs of Indian tribes.
will work to increase the number of alternative fuel vehicles and refueling stations and support alternative fuel legislation.
Smart Growth coalitions
, much lauded by Al Gore and the Environmental Protection Agency, and organized specifically around combating urban sprawl, are another place where housing advocates and environmentalists find themselves working together.
4, the Christian Coalition
chairman bemoaned the election results from the day before.
It is therefore not surprising that Ralph Reed, Pat Robertson's choice as executive director of the Christian Coalition
, should have announced in May 1990 a theocratic goal for America: "What Christians have got to do is take back this country.
Some association executives view coalitions
with suspicion and distrust.
The Business Coalitions
Market Overview, 285 pages, identifies a number of the major issues and trends affecting business coalitions
, as well as providing brief profiles on approximately 65 of the leading Business and Employer Coalitions
in the nation.
consumers report dissatisfaction with their managed care plans, up from 17 percent in 1997, according to a Hewitt Associates survey, this new prescription has a beneficial side effect: Coalitions
can leverage improvements in the quality of care their enrollees receive.
Claims by the Christian Coalition
that its membership approaches 2 million have once again been cast into doubt by the organization's own official postal records.