Dustin Washington, Community Justice Program Director for AFSC's West Region, shares three tips for anti-racist organizing based on his experience as an organizer with the Tyree Scott Freedom School. For over 12 years the Tyree Scott Freedom School has been teaching young people in the Seattle area about institutional racism and community organizing.
On Tuesday July 23rd at 7pm in Room 101A at Southern WV Community and Technical College, the WV Senate Select Committee on Child Poverty will be having a town hall meeting to hear from families and advocates about what the pressing issues are in Logan and the surrounding counties. Youth members of the Appalachian Center for Equality youth leadership group BAPS (Believing All is Possible!) will be among those speaking to the committee.
Parking is available in the lot across the street north of Elim. (Sign says "Central Lutheran parking")
THERE WILL BE NO DSM CLUSTER MEETING AT NOON ON THE 1ST DUE TO LOBBY DAY. We invite anyone who wants to join us for the de-briefing of our lobbying efforts to come to Elim at Noon if you're interested.
We will be briefed on AMOS issues at 9 a.m. and break up into lobbying groups before heading to the Capitol at approximately 9:30. We will lobby for approximately 2 hours and plan to be back at the church by Noon for de-briefing.
The Annual Meeting of the Granite State Organizing Project will be a chance for members to review plans for work on issues such as health care, jobs, housing, immigrants' rights, and youth leadership. It will include elections of executive council members and an update on the Nashua Youth Services Campaign.
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