Training in Non-Violent Resistance Planned

BTL Staff
By | 2013-03-07T09:00:00-04:00 March 7th, 2013|Michigan, News|

YPSILANTI –
On April 13 Inclusive Justice will present a training opportunity for people interested in non-violent resistance.
Activities run from 1 – 7:30 p.m. at Eastern Michigan University Student Center with registration beginning at noon. Dinner is included.
The keynote speaker is Rev. Dr. Cindi Love, executive director of Soulforce, who will discuss Pop-Ups, Flash Mobs & Digital Activism in Public Square.
Two additional workshop sessions are planned for the afternoon with breakout sessions ranging from social media usage to ending spiritual oppression.
Dinner is from 5 – 6 p.m. with a performance after dinner by Performance Art for Justice. Registration fees: Students $20, Adults $45, Patrons $75 and Sponsors $200. Scholarships are available.
Soulforce is a national organization which works to end the political and religious oppression of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer LGBTQ/SGL people through relentless, non-violent resistence. Inclusive Justice is a state-wide, faith-based coalition that promotes greater acceptance and fair treatment of LGBTQ/SGL persons within religious communities and through public policy advocacy.
Learn more at http://www.inclusivejustice.org or call 248-424-9513.

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