Second COOL Summit
Posted by on November 22, 2002
Save the Date – Upcoming Event during Raise Your Voice – A Week of Action
2nd COOL Learning the Lessons from Social Movements Summit
Are you interested in exploring the ways that students and other leaders have made effective social change, working for issues they care about? Are you interested in knowing more about various movements for change in our country and the world? Are you interested in knowing more about the strategies and skills that make movements work effectively? Come to the 2nd COOL Learning the Lessons from Social Movements Summit, co-sponsored by Raise Your Voice/Campus Compact, Florida Campus Compact, and Miami-Dade Community College. This event, February 21-23 in Miami, Florida, will be a great way to build relationships and learn with 200-250 student activists and leaders, faculty, non-profit professionals and others. Tracks will include:
The Civil Rights Movement
The Environmental Movement
The Student Service and Service-Learning Movement in America
The Women’s Movement
Movements for Immigrants’ Rights, such as Latinos and Hispanics in the U.S.
Political Movements: Left, Right, and Center
Held during the annual Raise Your Voice – A Week of Action, this event is also a great way to get a little bit of winter sunshine, in beautiful Miami at Miami-Dade Community College. Register now at http://www.floridacompact.org. Also visit http://www.cool2serve.org for more information.
For more information on Raise Your Voice – A Week of Action check out http://www.actionforchange.org.
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