Tyree Scott Freedom School

Tyree Scott Winter Freedom School

Tuesday, December 28, 2010 - 10:00am - Thursday, December 30, 2010 - 4:00pm

Tyree Scott Winter Freedom School

December 28-30th, 2010
10:00am – 4:00pm

At the Freedom School we examine:
Why are people poor?
Why are so many people of color in prison?
Explore history you’re not taught in school.
Know your rights with the police.
Learn how to undo racism.
Develop leadership and community organizing skills.
…and much more…

Dustin Washington Asks Provocative Questions About Race and Education

Dustin Washington coordinates the Tyree Scott Freedom School, which teaches young people about racism and how to organize to undo it, through his work at American Friends Service Committee's Seattle office.

Tyree Scott Freedom School 2010

Monday, July 12, 2010 (All day) - Friday, July 16, 2010 (All day)

 

Seattle, WA – In the spirit of Freedom Summer of 1964 and Freedom Schools that took place across Seattle in 1966, a multicultural group of dedicated Seattle Youth are coming together this summer to work against racism in the 10th annual Tyree Scott Freedom School. The Freedom School will take place July 12th - July 16th at the Cannon House 113 23rd Ave South from 10am-4pm. The Seattle Freedom School is being organized by The People’s Institute Northwest and the American Friends Service Committee.

Seattle Youth Come Together Against Racism at the 2010 Freedom School

Seattle, WA – In the spirit of Freedom Summer of 1964 and Freedom Schools that took place across Seattle in 1966, a multicultural group of dedicated Seattle Youth are coming together this summer to work against racism in the 10th annual Tyree Scott Freedom School. The Freedom School will take place July 12th - July 16th at the Cannon House 113 23rd Ave South from 10am-4pm. The Seattle Freedom School is being organized by The People’s Institute Northwest and the American Friends Service Committee.

Tyree Scott Leadership Institute

The Tyree Scott Leadership Institute (Freedom School) is a powerful participatory experience for young people designed to inspire a lifetime of community involvement. Youth analyze the systems that perpetuate violence and injustice and learn about social change movements, empowering them to promote racial justice, human rights and peace.

What can you do to end racism?

Who we are

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