Date(s) - September 24, 2016
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Northwood United Church
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This workshop invites people of faith and others who see action for justice as a spiritual pursuit, to learn skills for effective, creative, non-violent action. The workshop is open to people from all religious, spiritual and secular backgrounds.
This workshop is facilitated by Fossil Free Faith, an organization that offers non-violent direct-action training rooted in spirit and faith. The goal is for participants to get a sense of what participating in civil disobedience might look like, the many roles for supporting peaceful acts of resistance (many of which are support roles that don’t involve risking arrest), and holding space to ask questions and do some moral/theological discernment around the risks that the climate crisis presents.
Registration fees are $5-25, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Please register here.
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