April 15th, 2022
About Freedom Summer, working with Cesar Chavez and the power of organizing.
GLOBAL ACADEMY MEDIA
June 4th, 2021
Can stories of fear and hope inspire change?
May 1, 2020
EPISODE 2: AMERICA’S MAESTRO OF ORGANIZING, MARSHALL GANZ
This interview is with “America’s Maestro of Organizing”, renowned agent of social change, Marshall Ganz. Marshall’s early work as a Freedom Rider in the 1960s led to his helping Caesar Chavez accelerate the farm worker movement in the 1970s and then ultimately to his groundbreaking work to empower citizens in political campaigns, including the historic 2008 campaign to elect Barak Obama. Hear Marshall’s take on America’s Purpose and how each of us can help advance it through citizen actions in our local neighborhoods and beyond. Building on ancient wisdom and American ideals informed and intertwined with his years of on-the-ground experience, Marshall has a powerful and inspiring message for all of us.
March 2, 2020
The Public Morality Radio Show is a weekly broadcast on WSNC Radio 90.5 in Winston-Salem, NC.
LEADING CHANGE NETWORK
March 1, 2020
THE HARVARD GAZETTE
Dec. 23, 2019
Adiós, 2010s. The 2020s are here. But before the clock strikes midnight on the decade, the Gazette asked Harvard experts to weigh in on the biggest events and most important cultural shifts of the past 10 years.
Mach 1, 2019
The presence of Marshall L. Ganz ’64-’92 at Harvard is largely defined by his time away. Even today, Ganz is flying from Boston to Parkland, Fla. to conduct a workshop about community organizing strategies. This is the sort of work that Ganz has been doing his whole life — a life that has blurred the bounds of people and place, and a life that has centered around active civic engagement and scholarship.
BBC RADIO 4
April 11, 2017
In an age when technology has made organising protest movements easier than ever before, journalist Zoe Williams asks why we aren’t seeing long-term results. She looks back on the global history of activism to discover the pre-conditions needed for concrete change. Marshall Ganz considers whether social media can work with traditional methods of protesting.
TALKING POINTS MEMO
Feb. 24, 2017
BOSTON FOR AYOTZINAPA
HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL
March 26, 2014
THE DRUCKER INSTITUTE
July 12, 2013
In this episode of “Drucker on the Dial,” Phalana Tiller talks with Marshall Ganz about the role that stories and storytelling can have in driving behavior change at both the organizational and societal levels.
MOYERS & COMPANY
May 10, 2013
Activists Marshall Ganz, Rachel LaForest and Madeline Janis share how organized people can successfully fight organized money.
MOYERS & COMPANY
May 10, 2013
Veteran activist and organizer Marshall Ganz joins Bill to discuss the power of social movements to effect meaningful change.
Nov. 5, 2012
CHARLIE ROSE SHOW
Oct. 19, 2011
Analysis of the Occupy Wall Street Protests with Paul Krugman of ‘The New York Times,’ Jared Bernstein of CNBC, protester Bill Buster & Marshall Ganz of the Kennedy School at Harvard University
INSTITUTE FOR HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT: OPEN SCHOOL FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Aug. 19, 2011
IHI OPEN SCHOOL FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS
March 17, 2011
This video is part of Profiles in Leadership, a series of interviews with leaders in fields such as health care, community organizing, international development, and homelessness prevention.
Feb. 3, 2011
THE CALLIE CROSSLEY SHOW, WGBH BOSTON
Oct. 24, 2010
October 24, 2011 – The Callie Crossley Show on WGBH Radio Boston.
Jan 29, 2008
Interview with Labor Organizer, Marshall Ganz.
Dec. 3, 2005
FOLIOS PUBLICACION DE DISCUSION ANALYSIS
¿Obama hubiera ganado la elección sin el movimiento ciudadano que impulsó su candidatura? ¿Por qué el modelo de la campaña de Obama representó una nueva forma de hacer política? ¿Cuáles son las lecciones que otras democracias deberían aprender de la campaña del primer presidente negro? Éstas son algunas de las preguntas que el libro Obama latino, de Wilbert Torre, a través de una brillante crónica, no carente de juicio crítico, intenta dar respuesta.