training camp planning meetings

If you are interested in participating in the planning of the upcoming training camp please join us at the upcoming Peoples’ Power Coalition meeting on June 5, 2013 at 6:30 pm at the Southwest Workers’ Union garden (1416 E Commerce).  Discussing the Training Camp will only be a small portion of this meeting, but we would like feedback on what days of the week work best for folks interested in participating in upcoming planning meetings.

The training camp is scheduled for June 28th through 30th at Southwest Workers Union’s Movement Gallery.

For more information on the training camp and how to get involved contact jessica_mendez@rocketmail.com

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San Antonio is hosting a non-violent direct action training camp in coordination with Fearless Summer. Workshops topics will include: history of non-violent direct action in SA, mapping issues in SA, legal and security culture issues in non-violent direct action, current indigenous resistance, innovative tactics used by Tar Sands Blockade (including advanced build), team building and safer spaces. The training camp is free and open to the public, but space is limited.Please RSVP by going to the Registration page.

San Antonio está organizando un campo de entrenamiento de acción directa no violenta en coordinación con Fearless Summer. Talleres incluirán los temas: la historia de la acción directa no violenta en SA, la cartografía de los problemas en SA, temas de la cultura legal y de seguridad en la acción directa no violenta, la resistencia indígena actual, tácticas innovadoras utilizadas por Tar Sands Blockade (incluyendo avanzados talleres para construir), formación de equipos y espacios más seguros. El campo de entrenamiento es gratuito y abierto al público, pero el espacio es limitado. Por favor reserve: Registration.

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