In small groups and small towns, opposition to Citizens United spreads
<p>The small group, or “affinity group,” has been a crucial part of many social movements, and people are increasingly realizing its relevance for today.
“It can sometimes be hard to get a group of activists to pull away from a political or social agenda,” says Lore. “But I always promise people that if you take five or six sessions focused on getting to know each other, you won’t be sorry. You’ll become much more effective activists. And you’ll also have fun in the process.”</p>
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