Faced with the challenges of our time, how do we build a strong and lasting movement to address economic and racial inequality? This training will explore the role of popular education in movement building and share tools that educators, organizers and activists can use with their communities to analyze the roots of our current crisis and take action for profound change.
Montreat Conference Center near Asheville, North Carolina
Jeannette Huezo, Eroc Arroyo-Montano and Riahl O’Malley of United for a Fair Economy
The Institute may offer Spanish/English interpretation, depending on the needs of the participants.
- Reviewing and practicing popular education principles and practices.
- Exploring the intersection of class, race, and gender inequities and their relationship to economic trends.
- Addressing the consequences of economic and racial inequality through education for movement building.
- Click here to apply! Application due March 20th.
- Institute fee is based on a sliding scale ($500 – $1,500), which includes room & board, all materials, travel to and from the Asheville Regional Airport or Charlottee Douglas Regional Airport. Flight is NOT included. Further cost details at registration link below.
- Limited scholarship available, based on ability to pay.
- The training begins on Thursday at 6pm and goes through Sunday at 1pm.
Space is limited and preference will be given to those engaged in economic and racial justice campaigns and to organizations that send two or more participants.
FOR MORE INFO:
For more info email Eroc Arroyo-Montano at (firstname.lastname@example.org)