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Oct 25-26 Ruckus Camp in Pgh.
by fghghgj Thursday, Oct. 02, 2003 at 9:12 AM

The Ruckus Society is coming to town to do a 2 day mini-training camp. Come build your skill base! with some amazing trainers

The Ruckus Society is coming to town to do a 2 day mini-training camp. Come build your skill base!

The Ruckus Society is an organization that provides training and resources in order to support human rights and environmental organizers in the use of non-violent direct action techniques. It is dedicated to fostering leadership of those most affected by the injustice and oppression we struggle against, and aims to prioritize the voices and visions of youth, women, people of color, indigenous people and immigrants, poor and working class folks, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people, and other historically marginalized communities.

Saturday, October 25th at CMU Women’s Center
(Margaret Morrison Plaza) 61C bus line

9:30am to 10am Light Breakfast
10am to Noon Slide Show and
Theatre of the Oppressed
Noon to 1pm Lunch
1pm to 5pm Anti-Oppression Training
5pm to 6pm Break
6pm to 9pm Non-Violent Direct Action

Sunday, October 26th at Project 1877
(4805 Penn Ave in Garfield) 86B bus line

9:30am to 10am Light Breakfast
10am to 2pm Advanced Communications
2pm to 3pm Lunch
3pm to 7pm Direct Action Training Strategies

Please Register ahead of time!
The 2-day camp is $10 and space is limited!
To register or request more info:
(412) 361-3022
pittsburgh_ftaa@hotmail.com All you need to do to register is tell us you want to come, pay your $10, and show up at the trainings. You can pay the $10 online by clicking HERE. You must give your name on the form and specify FTAA-Ruckus in the designation line. Besides online payment, you can also pay through the mail, or in person at the Thomas Merton Center (5125 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA. 15224)

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