2017 intersectional social justice leadership camp
FREE, FUN + HANDS ON!
For five weeks we will explore topics on intersectional social justice and leadership with a diverse group of young people. We will engage young people in creating social change and community using political education, art, history, poetry, storytelling, & interactive activities.
NEW THEMES EACH WEEK!
- Indigenous issues and colonization
- Environmental Justice: gentrification/ displacement and food access and land use
- Gender and Sexuality
- Black Lives Matter
- International Solidarity
WHEN + WHERE
July 17th - August 18th M-W-F
- Monday and Wednesday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
- Friday 11:00 am- 3:00 pm
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone between the the ages 14 – 30
Those passionate about social justice, social change, leadership and community.
Anyone who is underrepresented: youth of color, undocumented, immigrant, indigenous, LGBTQIA, disabled youth, ESL, ELL, low-income, young parents, STI-positive, people impacted by immigration and criminal justice system, to name a few.
Registration deadline: July 7, 2017 at noon. See registration form below!
Karla Castaneda | firstname.lastname@example.org | 971-340-6503
Jaime Limon-Guzman | email@example.com | 503-328-4112