Missourians Organizing For Reform And Empowerment (MORE) 2017-11-21T22:46:30+00:00

Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE)

MORE organizes low- to moderate- income people to challenge capitalism and corporate power in St. Louis through a mixture of bold, non-violent direct action, rigorous community organizing, and the creation of creative alternatives to capitalism.

MORE believes that the crises of social, economic, climate, and environmental justice that we currently face are intimately connected and will never be adequately addressed without transforming the system that has allowed these crises to flourish. In order to transform the current system, it strives to build an organization and a movement that transcends divisions of class, age, and race as it envisions and builds a more just, sustainable world.

http://www.organizemo.org

Grants

Four-Day North American Social Solidarity Economic Forum
Travel to the North American Social Solidarity Economic Forum in Detroit, MI.
Amount $4,600
Year(s) 2016
Region Missouri
Primary Approach Travel
 
Solidarity Economy St. Louis
Project aiming to challenge capitalism in St. Louis by building the local solidarity economy
Amount $50,000
Year(s) 2015
Region Missouri
Primary Approach Collaboration and Movement Building
 
Five-Day United States Social Forum
Travel to the United States Social Forum in Philadelphia and San Jose
Amount $2,600
Year(s) 2015
Region Missouri
Primary Approach Travel
 
Big Mountain Spring Training Camp
Travel to the Big Mountain Spring Training Camp, which offered training on a variety of non-violent direct action skills and workshops grounded in legacies of land-based resistance
Amount $3,000
Year(s) 2014
Region Missouri
Primary Approach Travel
 
Two-Day Jackson Rising New Economy Conference
Travel to the Jackson Rising new economy conference in Mississippi
Amount $1,500
Year(s) 2014
Region Missouri
Primary Approach Travel
 
MORE Solidarity Economy Organizer Staff Position
Project to challenge capitalism in St. Louis, Missouri, by building the local solidarity economy
Amount $50,000
Year(s) 2014
Region Missouri
Primary Approach Collaboration and Movement Building