Online Popular Education

Our Purpose

PeoplesHub is an online training organization that works with people and groups rooted in political movements and local communities.

Our programs are designed to provide support, tools and opportunities for sharing knowledge about how to put strategies for resistance, resilience, restoration & re-imagination into action.

Upcoming Events

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 A peach to lavender gradient background featuring an illustration of a zoom call with multi-racial, multi-gender, disabled & chronically ill movement folks. Title is “Save the Date for Community Care Clinics For Disabled & Chronically Ill Movement Folks”. Text underneath title is the dates and times for the upcoming events (listed below) with link to register “”
May 16, 2023
Community Care Clinic for Disabled and Chronically Ill Movement Folks

Ongoing through fall and beyond: A community care peer support space for disabled and chronically ill people.

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May 24, 2023
PeoplesHub Tech Support Clinics

A fun, safe peer space for continued learning.. Get the latest updates on Zoom, practice using technical tools,, and develop skills of accessible design and radical hospitality.

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May 27, 2023
Undoing Internalized Ableism Cohort

We will lead a cohort of disabled people who are currently engaged in social justice work through a workshop series designed to develop knowledge and skills (peer support, self-advocacy, practicing access, and more) to navigate internalized ableism. This is not apolitical or completely individual. Participants will work with each other to find ways we can make the work of undoing internalized ableism a collective process and use what is learned in movement work beyond the cohort.

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[Image description: An orange/blue gradient background featuring white text title “Liberation Culture: Applying Solidarity Economy Principles and Practices.” Date and time information says “Monday, June 5. 3-4:30pm PT / 6-7:30pm ET.” Text to right says “With Rebecca Kemble & Ajowa Nzinga Ifateyo.” Registration link: “” The logos for PeoplesHub and Solidarity Economy Principles are visible.]
June 5, 2023
Liberation Culture: Applying Solidarity Economy Principles and Practices

We believe Fannie Lou Hamer: “Nobody is free until everybody is free.” Our commitment to building a Solidarity Economy is about the liberation of all from systems of domination. Join a gentle space to practice applying Solidarity Economy principles and practices that directly support a liberation culture.

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June 8, 2023
An Evening with PeoplesHub Arts and Social Justice Fellows

Come celebrate our Artist Fellows Ebony Gustave and Joshua Crowder as they share their art and organizing work as a part of our 2023 Arts and Social Justice Fellowship Cohort.

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Image description: A dark turquoise background featuring an image of a protest. One of the protest signs reads “Time for Change.” The logo for PeoplesHub at top left. The logo for Labor Notes at top center. Text at top right says “PeoplesHub Circle.” Below, the title says “Labor & Disability Justice: Toward Solidarity.” Text below says “Wednesday, June 28. 4-6pm PT / 7-9pm ET.” Text to right says “Azza Altiraifi, Deborah Rosenstein” with photos of the trainers below. Text at bottom says “Spanish/English Interpreters Provided. All Other Language Interpreters Available via Request.” Registration link is visible: “”
June 28, 2023
Labor & Disability Justice: Towards Solidarity

PeoplesHub Circle connecting movement activists from disability & worker/ labor justice communities, and those already organizing at the intersections.

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Trainings for Communities and Organizations

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Thriving Communities

Build practices that support growth, leadership and restorative approaches to common challenges that groups, organizations and collectives face.

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Online Methodology Offerings

Get support to make your online meetings, trainings and gatherings dynamic spaces for learning and organizing.

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Disability Justice and Access

Develop a stronger Disability Justice politic and access practices within your organizing work.

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Help us train and fortify community efforts towards actualizing liberatory action and transformation.