OPAWL is a grassroots membership-based community that organizes for social justice and elevates the voices, visibility, and progressive leadership of Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women and nonbinary people in Ohio. By co-creating an organized and intersectional feminist-led community, we are building collective power. Our primary strategies for building power are through community building, art and storytelling, political education, and organizing campaigns. We are looking for a Multiracial Curriculum Campaign Organizer to help coordinate a statewide effort to plan, organize, and fight for a mandated multiracial history curriculum in Ohio’s K-12 public schools. This individual will work in coalition with other BIPOC-led groups representing students, educators, and caregivers across the state to build a grassroots-led issue-based campaign.
The Multiracial Curriculum Campaign Organizer position is an opportunity for a strategic and collaborative organizer to build relationships, organize strategy sessions, and train community members on legislative advocacy and direct action. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in policy-related work at the statehouse level, an understanding of education policy and issues, and an interest in cross-racial and multigenerational solidarity and coalition building.
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Applications should be submitted via email to email@example.com and should include:
- Letter of interest/cover letter
- 2 references (please include name, title, and email address and/or phone number)
- Please include “Multiracial Curriculum Campaign Organizer” in the subject line of your email. The ideal start date for this role is August 15, 2022. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled, but applications received by August 1, 2022 will be prioritized.
- Interviews will be held via Zoom most likely on a weeknight evening.
Women, people of color, queer and trans people, immigrants, refugees, adoptees, and disabled people are strongly encouraged to apply.