Climate Emergency Movement Training NYC ThoughtWorks

Gather friends or teammates around for sessions two through four of our new training series on Saturday, March 4. We'll be covering climate science and why we need mobilization, our theory of change and long-term strategy, and the nuts and bolts of local organizing work.

Come with an open mind that you can be a leader or key part part of the movement to save civilization.  Arrive with a smile and leave with new friends and comrades.  
Be ready to multiply your impact.  Don't just be one voice, be ready to organize, be ready to not just "#resist", but also go on the offense.
The Climate Mobilization has condensed their post 45th president strategy into a single digestible guiding document which we'll train those ready to take action across the country to add to the movement without being dependent on central operations.
Please bring an artifact that shows what you're fighting for (perhaps it's a family photo or a cherished Marvin Gaye CD).
If you missed the first session that's alright!  You might want to watch this intro video: http://gotcm.org/intro-video to familiarize yourself with The Climate Mobilization.
You may also want to read the draft Climate Mobilization DNA
 
Training has played a central role in many social movements, from nightly mass meetings during the struggle for civil rights to week-long affairs held by Otpor in the Serbian fight for democracy. And now, thanks to the incredible work of Kathy Rosen -- a dedicated volunteer and expert trainer -- it will form a key part of our movement as well: we’re absolutely thrilled to announce our new training program!
This training we'll be cover climate science and why we need mobilization, our theory of change and long-term strategy, and the nuts and bolts of local organizing work. 

 

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