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The '''Industrial Areas Foundation''' is a network of [[Community organizing]] activist groups founded in 1940 by [[Saul Alinsky]], Roman Catholic Bishop Bernard James Sheil, [[Marshall Field III]], and Kathryn Lewis, daughter of union organizer [[John L. Lewis]].<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=3PBJAwAAQBAJ&pg=PA303 Walking to New Orleans: Ethics and the Concept of Participatory Design in Post-Disaster Reconstruction]</ref><ref>[http://www.industrialareasfoundation.org/content/history Industrial Areas Foundation]</ref>
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The '''Industrial Areas Foundation''' is a network of [[community organizing]] activist groups founded in 1940 by [[Saul Alinsky]], Roman Catholic Bishop Bernard James Sheil, [[Marshall Field III]], and Kathryn Lewis, daughter of union organizer [[John L. Lewis]].<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=3PBJAwAAQBAJ&pg=PA303 Walking to New Orleans: Ethics and the Concept of Participatory Design in Post-Disaster Reconstruction]</ref><ref>[http://www.industrialareasfoundation.org/content/history Industrial Areas Foundation]</ref>
  
 
Organizers [[Cesar Chavez]] and Fred Ross were brought to the forefront by the work of Alinsky and the IAF.<ref>[https://www.thenation.com/article/meet-the-long-forgotten-organizer-who-inspired-cesar-chavez-to-become-an-activist/ Meet the Long-Forgotten Organizer Who Inspired Cesar Chavez to Become an Activist]</ref>
 
Organizers [[Cesar Chavez]] and Fred Ross were brought to the forefront by the work of Alinsky and the IAF.<ref>[https://www.thenation.com/article/meet-the-long-forgotten-organizer-who-inspired-cesar-chavez-to-become-an-activist/ Meet the Long-Forgotten Organizer Who Inspired Cesar Chavez to Become an Activist]</ref>
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Latest revision as of 19:43, 14 September 2018

The Industrial Areas Foundation is a network of community organizing activist groups founded in 1940 by Saul Alinsky, Roman Catholic Bishop Bernard James Sheil, Marshall Field III, and Kathryn Lewis, daughter of union organizer John L. Lewis.[1][2]

Organizers Cesar Chavez and Fred Ross were brought to the forefront by the work of Alinsky and the IAF.[3]

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