Intro to Nonviolent Direct Action Training
Join the FANG Collective on January 30th, 6:00 - 9:30pm for an Intro to Nonviolent Direct Action Training!

This brief workshop offers an introduction to the history of Nonviolent Direct Action and its implementation as well as examples of intersectionality within our community/movements, affinity groups and their formation, consensus decision making, strategy, various tactics, and a discussion on self-care and community care.


When: January 30, 2017
Location: 545 Pawtucket Ave. Pawtucket, RI
Time: 6PM - 9:30 PM
Parking Info: Please park in our large parking lot and enter through lot entrance - follow the wolf signs to our office!


About the facilitators:
The FANG Collective has been resisting Spectra's fracked-gas pipeline expansions for three years. FANG was the first organization to carry out direct actions targeting Spectra's "AIM" project in 2014. Since then, their group continued to grow and now host the NVDA centric campaigns: StopSpectra, TakeOnTextron, NoDAPLSolidarity, NoNewPowerplant. NoLNGinPVD, as well as provide trainings --- Intro to NVDA, Social Media in Action, Jail Support/Police Liaisoning, Security Culture, and Kingian Nonviolence.

FANG believes in empowering and supporting frontline communities to learn and develop the skills they identify as effective in their own campaigns. This has led to meaningful partnerships and collective resistance to fracked gas infrastructure along the East Coast.


With any questions, please feel free to email sherrie@thefangcollective.org

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