Core Civic Empowerment Curriculum
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OCCUPY UNIVERSITYCORE CIVIC EMPOWERMENT CURRICULUMDRAFT. JAN 21, 2012
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PropertyEconomyLaborPolitical PhilosophySocial MovementsFoodHealthPedagogyArtDesign & MediaEnvironmentCraftsOccupy Wall StreetIdentity Knowledge
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Community land trustsTrade guildsUnions, guilds & syndicatesMarxist theoryHistory of social movementsCommunity supported agricultureCooperative healthcareAlternative modelsMobilization through musicCritical media thinkingAlternative energyApprenticeshipPolitical philosophy of OWSRace
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Affordable housing modelsWorkers cooperativesWorkers rightsAnarchismIndependence movementsAgriculture and FarmingWestern medicineReading groupsMobilization through theatreOpen sourceNatural resource managementCollective productionWorkgroup trainingGender
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Warehousing and vacanciesProduction-Consumption-Distribution chainsStrikesUtopian socialismAnti-colonial uprisesCooperativismNon-western medicineCollaborative writingRadical poetryCollective programmingPollutionFacilitator trainingSexuality
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Squatting & temporary stayCooperative creditsCooperativism19th century socialismMigration protestsFood politics and legislationMeditationExercises in thinkingRadical literatureSocial mediaEnvironmental politicsOrganizational formClass
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GentrificationEconomic solidaritiesMutualismGramscian theoryRiotsWater politics and legislationMobilization and sportsCritiqueCritical fictionCampaignsEnvironmental economicsReligion
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Alternative finance modelsAlternative currenciesThe Frankfurt schoolCommunity organizationCookingNutritionScience fictionPropagandaEnvironmental sustainabilityPost-Colonialism
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Collective living typologiesParticipatory budgetingPost-structuralism and other French linesCivic empowermentCommunity kitchensCampaigningPolitical ArtMobilization graphicsRecycling economyTransnationalism
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Productive landscapesDebtPost-modernismParticipationFood banksLegal assistanceSocially engaged artSilk-screen printing and other technicsRecycling practicesDisapora
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Mortgages and foreclosuresFeminist and queer theoryMobilization and protest tacticsFood distributionPharmaAesthetic theoryTactical mediaAlternative transportationEthnicity
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HomelessnessThe CommonsPolice tacticsNutritionDérives (Tours)PressSustainable commodities
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Legal assistanceOperaismo and AutonomiaCommunity outreachThe agro-industrial complexGraffitiEditorial management
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Urban policyHuman/Social GeographyParticipatory fieldworkFood subsidies
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Neighborhood governanceRadical theoryAction-research methodsSchool food
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Latin-american emancipation theorySocial media
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Historical definitionsNon-profit organization
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Capitalism and democracyGroup dynamics
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Horizontal systems of representationCommunity boards
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Geography of powerUrban unions
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Collaborative ethnography
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Contemporary uprises
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Disaster survival
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Human rights
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Civic rights
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Animal rights
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Environmental rights
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