Cush, Job, Esther, Micah, Joshua, Jonah, Amos, Ric, and Sophia.
And you find that "Wisdom" was organized:
...To expand the power base of each affiliate organization through creation of a regional faith-based organization
...To engage member organization in regional expansion goals and regional issues campaigns, such as education funding equity, transportation funding equity, and urban? suburban funding equity
...To increase the capacity for grassroots leadership to bring among systemic change through ongoing training and fundraising
Blah, blah, blah.
"Wisdom" is an affiliate of Gamaliel, whose 'history' page begins thus:
This type of community organizing began in Chicago in 1938. Saul Alinsky created the "Back of the Yards Community Council".
So why did I mention ACORN in the title? Because, strangely enough, ACORN also uses multiple organizational names, incorporations, and entities to do its thing.
ACORN has a confusing structure and its network of who-knows-how-many taxpayer-funded tax-exempt nonprofit affiliates. As I've written ad nauseam, this is deliberate.
Just co-incidence, I'm sure.
The only remaining question: where's "Common Ground" in this mess? Well, they're not. At least, not 'on
The common ground of both is Alinsky. Maybe more, certainly not less.
Curious that Catholic money is involved in the Alinsky "common ground" outfit, eh?