October 7-November 11, 2009
We are excited to share CARA's analysis of some of the most pressing issues facing activist communities, particularly communities of color and our allies. Attached is a flyer for the workshops. Please forward to your networks and encourage friends and allies to register - ALL ARE WELCOME!
All workshops will take place in the Pigott Building at Seattle University (here is the link to the campus map: http://seattleu.edu/campus_community/visit_campus/campus_maps/main_campus_map/)
Locations for the workshops:
10/7: Sexual Violence 101 (Pigt. 107, Seattle University)
10/14: Community Accountability (Pigt। 107, Seattle University)
10/21: Prison Industrial Complex & Law Enforcement Violence (Pigt. 108, Seattle University)
10/28: Non-Profit Industrial Complex (Pigt. 108, Seattle University)
11/4: Community Organizing vs. Social Service Work (Pigt. 108, Seattle University)
11/11: Building a Global Resistance Movement (Pigt. 108, Seattle University)
Registration & Costs:
All workshops: $45-60 (sliding scale), $25 (students)Pay per workshop: $10/workshop
To register, send an email with your name, address, phone #, and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make checks payable to: CARA. Please mail checks to CARA.Online payments via PayPal: www.cara-seattle.org (click on "Make a Donation").
Be sure to bring a notebook, pen/pencil and an open mind! We look forward to building with you and thank you for your continued support of CARA.
For more information, email email@example.com or call (206) 322-4856.
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