Family Activism: Empowering Your Community Beginning with Family and Friends, Roberto Vargas, San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc, 2008
Razalogia: Community Learning for a New Society, Roberto Vargas and Samuel Martinez. Oakland: Razagente Associates, 1980. (Currently out of print)
“The Porvida Approach: For Multicultural Respect and Organizational Success”, in Re-Centering: Culture and Knowledge in Conflict Resolution Practice. Edited by Mary Adams Trujillo, et. al. Syracuse University Press, 2008
Roberto Speaks on Family Activism.
Posted January 20, 2013 on Rockwood Leadership blog. Every day we energize our own power to achieve what is important to ourselves and those we love – like personal success and improved communities. It’s equally important that we interact to co-power family, friends, co-workers, and community because only with increase individual and group power can we create the positive changes desired for ourselves and the world.
“What Men Really Want for Father’s Day”
Posted on June 24, 2008 on alternet.org
When I ask fathers what they desire for Father's Day it's not more stuff like electronic gadgets and clothing, unnecessary items that only contribute to the pollution of our planet. What many would ideally appreciate is a consequential gathering of family and friends where we could share about or from our experience being fathers.
“Who Are the Enemies & What Do We Do?"
Summer 2008, Volume 2, issue 3 - OneLife Institute News (The enemy) is a cancerous system of tangled relationships involving an economic system designed to serve the few in power at the expense of the many… This monster sounds overwhelming, and it is! However, given our commitment to positive change, if we name and illuminate its multiple tentacles, we can better clarify solutions.
“Reclaiming America” YES Magazine
The story of how Roberto came to claim the U.S.A. as his nation, forgive the injustices, and participate in the nation's evolution.
Posted Feb. 26, 2004 on alternet.org
There is a way for activists and others to hold onto their idealism and hope as they work to transform the world.