A solidarity network is a model of organizing that attempts to match concrete goals to direct strength/winnability of those goals. The Seattle Solidarity Network, or SeaSol for short, started in 2008 with only a handful of activists, from a variety of backgrounds. Out of 25 fights SeaSol has taken on, they have won 22. Further still, SeaSol’s success rate can be attributed to its organizing model, with an emphasis on direct action, winnability, and mutual empowerment.
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