JULY 1, 1-5 pm, 1st SOCIAL JUSTICE SUMMIT! Aurora Central Library: 14949 E. Alameda Ave: The Arapahoe County Young Democrats, Geeks Who Vote, and Aurora community leaders present: The First Social Justice Organizers Summit
Topics and Speakers:
Language and Intention: Messaging for Intersectional Organizing – Kronda Seibert
Internalized Superiority & Internalized Oppression: Racial and Linguistic Impediments to Social Action – Angele Davenport
Grassroots is Community: Campaigning from the Ground Up – Miguel A. Ceballos Ruiz
(TBD) – Queen Phoenix
Accessibility and Necessity: Making Events and Marches Available, Accessible, and Essential – Jessica Fusch
Road to Standing Rock – Angela Bibens, Esq.
Q&A for Real World Scenarios – Full Panel
Join us for training to include intersectional community at every level of your planning, instead of just an afterthought. Reach your audience authentically. Whether you are campaigning, creating community events, getting involved in social action, or looking for things to do after attending a march such as the Women’s March, this professional panel of intersectional activists has education for you to create inclusive, safe, empowering spaces and involvement for community groups.