People Power: Bridging Movements & Generations in 2020


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What can we learn from the vast history of social movements in this time of pandemic and uprising? What about this moment looks familiar to historical moments that we have lived and learned about? How are communities leveraging knowledge and relationships to adapt and respond?


Join us for a 3-session course focused on the role of social movements in molding our collective history. We will explore how the past is shaping the future as we collaboratively frame our roles in this pivotal time. We will think about our connections to various social movements, look at case studies about different methods of change, and articulate the ways in which we want to move forward with our knowledge of social movement ecology. Click here for the course syllabus and teacher bios.



Dates: Tuesday evenings: Oct 20, Oct 27, Nov 10 (3 sessions)

Time: 7:00-8:30pm

Location: Virtual/Zoom (Note: Sessions will be recorded)



$45-60 BWC members // $60-75 non-members

Cost should never be a barrier to accessing our programs so feel free to pay what you can. If you are able to pay the higher amount, that enables us to assist those with less.  Email with questions.


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