United We Dream and Tennessee United Present Summer of Dreams in Chattanooga!
This summer, United We Dream and Tennessee United will be hosting the Summer of Dreams Summit in Chattanooga, TN.
Over the course of four weeks, we are launching a unique summer program that will both commemorate those who came and fought for social change and justice before us, and will teach, build, and empower the next generation of leaders and change makers.

Through the Summer of Dreams Summit, participants will be exposed to:

-different ways of community organizing
-Advocacy and how it shapes policy and our current lives
- leadership development and public speaking skills
- the History of Social Movements, for example the movement for LGBTQ liberation
- ways to bring about real and sustainable change to their schools, community, and city

The Summer of Dreams will take place from June 24-July 18th, from Monday-Thursday. More information regarding time and location (a local high school in Hamilton County) TBA. For more information, send us a message at TennesseeUnited@gmail.com or message our Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/TennesseeUnited/).

Everyone is encourage to apply, but especially students of color, undocumented students, and those that come from marginalized identities! Note that participants who successfully complete the 4 week program will receive 40 hours of community service.

APPLICATIONS DUE: JUNE 16TH, 2019 AT 11:59 PM

~ Si necesita esta aplicación traducida a español, favor de contactarnos por correo a Tennesseeunited@gmail.com o por facebook, https://www.facebook.com/TennesseeUnited/ ~

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