We are grounded in the belief that "Another world is not only possible, she is on her way"
-- Arundhati Roy.
We strive to reclaim our humanity by redefining power in order to end settler colonialism, capitalism, and patriarchy in their external and internalized forms.
Meet the organizers, volunteers, and partners that power our movement for our better world.
At the core of our work is the belief in and commitment to eco-feminism. Learn more about our approach and our three major program areas (Participatory Democracy, Food Justice and Movement Building).
Another World is Possible Blog
As C2C and our allies gear up for the Peoples Climate March on April 29 and the March for Dignity on May 7, we are gathering the community to explore what a Just Transition looks like from the perspective of the grassroots and workers rights movements. Join us for a critical panel discussion on solutions to the climate and environmental crisis as voiced by the most directly impacted. Learn how we can work together to ensure grassroots and low-income worker leadership is at decision-making tables for the just climate policy and community practice our lives depend on.
The Peoples Climate March will highlight the many local struggles and efforts that are currently on their way. We know that there needs to be a holistic approach to climate justice, an approach where the most impacted communities are represented and whose voices and faces are Front and Centered. We want a system change, not climate change. We want community-based solutions that are good for our workers and our environment.
Community to Community Development is a women-led grassroots organization dedicated to food sovereignty and immigrant rights.
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