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The Direct Action & Research Training (DART) Network is a national network of grassroots, metropolitan, congregation-based, community organizations spread throughout the United States. A DART organization is where people can achieve their dreams for social, racial, and economic justice. Each local organization in the DART Network has its own leaders, staff, funding base, and accomplishments toward justice at the local level. Unpaid leaders from the local community make the decisions and ultimately run these organizations. Organizing staff provides the facilitation, training, and leadership development needed to make it happen. Recent victories include education reform, affordable housing investments, fair immigration policies, job training programs, and dozens of others. Local DART organizations are supported by the DART Center, Inc. based in Miami.
DART-Ohio is a coalition of four grassroots community organizations representing more than 80,000 people in 100 churches, synagogues, and mosques throughout Ohio. Being a member of the DART-Ohio enables TUSA to push for change at the state level in addition to its local community organizing in Toledo/Lucas County.
The organizations that make up DART-Ohio are:
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