The Threads Toolkit is a self-guided learning resource that reflects and expands content from the Threads workshop series. We hope you’ll explore and engage with each module to strengthen your practice and analysis in your own community work.
The Threads workshop series is for folks living and working in the South who are seeking more than the bare minimum of survival that capitalism offers; rooted in the legacies built by Black women in the South like Elandria Williams and Miss Major.
Participants are pushed to think beyond the constant reactionary state created by the converging crises of fascism and racial capitalism amid the pandemic to imagine what alternative systems and ways of living look like in the South, including solidarity economies, collective governance, and shared power. The series is a springboard for folks to build analysis, share knowledge, and take action through serious, catalyzed grassroots organizing.