Community Organizing 101
This series is dedicated for parents and community allies to critically reflect on deep-rooted issues in our community and how to take action to make positive changes. Participants learn about systems of oppression such as racism, sexism, homophobia, adultism, and capitalism; their impact and community-based solutions; while highlighting the organizing history of people and groups of color at the forefront of movements.
Sat. July 24, 10a-3p: Retreat- Overview, Organizing, and Self-Care (In Person)
Tue. July 27, 5p-730p: Identities, Power, and Oppression (Zoom)
Tue. Aug 3, 5p-7:30p: Our Stories, Our Histories (In Person)
Tue. Aug 10, 5p-7:30p: Power and Resistance (Zoom)
Tue. Aug 17, 5p-7:30p: Organizing, Movement Building, and Campaigns (Zoom)
Sat. Aug 24, 10a-2p: Technical Assistance, Base-Building, Fundraising (In Person)
On-site childcare and meals provided during in-person sessions.
To honor time and commitment we are awarding a stipend for up to $250 for your participation.
Registration due by Sunday July 15th. Limited Seating (15 openings).
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at (860) 574-1242 or by email:
First & Last Name
Are you a parent or caregiver?
Will you need childcare during in-person sessions?
Do you or your children have any food allergies or restrictions?
We want to make sure this is an inclusive workshop. If you feel comfortable with it , can you let us know your race and gender?
What does community organizing mean to you?
Do you have any experience with organizing? (not required to attend workshop) If so, please explain more.
What are some issues you would like addressed in your community?
Is there anything that we should know to help support your learning and experience in this workshop series?
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