Democracy through Dialogue is offering four one-session dialogues for undergraduates this Winter. Dinner is provided. Apply to one or more!
Don’t miss the chance to discuss one of our topics next Wednesday 2/13, 5-8pm:
#Metoo Movement and Socio-economic Class at the UW
Or Monday 2/25, 5-8pm:
Negotiating our Identities and Climate Change & Responsibility.
Space is limited to 12 people per group. As always, our goal will be to comprise a group of students whose perspectives and backgrounds reflect many walks of life, but who have interest in the same issue/topic.
Please look for the applications on the website at www.uw.edu/carlson/dialogue.
For questions, email email@example.com.
The Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network is hosting the 2019 Building Beyond Today Immigrant Youth Convening in Yakima, Washington on February 16-18th!
Undocumented youth and youth with mixed status families, with refugee, TPS, asylum status or those whose families are directly impacted by the administration’s anti-immigrant agenda (ages 16-25) from all across the state will come together. They will train each other on key efforts, build solidarity among groups statewide, strategize collectively on the direction of our immigrant rights movement, and take action demanding for the rights of our community.
No registration fee. Food and lodging will be provided, transportation accommodations available. The convening will start on Saturday February 16th at 2pm and end on Monday February 18th at 2pm. An email with the details of the convening will be sent to the email address you provide two weeks before the convening, you will be paired up with a roommate based on gender. If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org