MIDWEEK June 16: Sarah Freeman-Woolpert | Finding our place in movements for social change

Jun 16 (Wed), 11:30 PM - Jun 17 (Thu), 12:30 AM Coordinated Universal Time
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Each of us has an important role to play in the powerful social movements of our time, from addressing the climate crisis to ending endless wars. In this session, we will use creative approaches to examine Bill Moyer's Four Roles of Social Activism as a tool to understand how we can feel most connected, effective, and empowered as we work for social transformation. 

Sarah Freeman-Woolpert is the National Field Organizer at the Friends Committee on National Legislation. She is also a writer and Associate Editor for Waging Nonviolence, one of the leading online publications about nonviolent social movements, and has worked as a youth facilitator in the U.S. and Bosnia-Herzegovina leading programs on activism and social change. 

You can read Sarah's writing at: www.wagingnonviolence.org, and check out Sarah's work at: www.fcnl.org

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