Democracy School at Wilson College

Posted by on July 4, 2003

Tired of Winning a Local Issue While Watching Corporate Control Expand?
So Are We.
That’s Why the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund and the Program on Corporations, Law, and Democracy Have Launched the Daniel Pennock Democracy School at Wilson College in Historic Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

Next School: Friday, July 25th to Sunday, July 27th

Additional Schools Run from August to November

“Why Democracy is Impossible When Corporations Wield Constitutional Rights Against Communities to Deny The Rights of People”

Guest and Invited Lecturers May Include:
> Thomas Alan Linzey, Esq. (CELDF) Pennsylvania
> Daniel Brannen, Esq., Pennsylvania
> Richard Grossman (POCLAD), New Hampshire
> Mary Zeppernick (POCLAD), Massachusetts
> Peter Kellman (POCLAD), Maine
> Lewis Pitts, Esq., North Carolina
> David Cobb, Esq., California
> Members of the POCLAD Collective
> Jan Edwards, California
> Jeff Milchen, Colorado
> And Other Organizers From Across the United States

Wilson College is located in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, 45 minutes south of the State Capitol of Harrisburg. The closest Airport and Amtrak Station is Harrisburg, and the Tuition Fee covers roundtrip transportation from Harrisburg to Wilson College. For those driving to Wilson College, detailed directions will be e-mailed to you a week prior to the Democracy School. Attendees will be staying at Wilson College, and meals will be provided through the Dining Hall of the College, unless attendees choose other arrangements. All Classes will be held on the Campus of the College. During the Summer, meals will be catered and special arrangements made for vegetarian attendees. Total Cost for Tuition Fee, Meals, and Lodging: $385. All Checks should be made payable to “CELDF” and mailed to:
2859 Scotland Road
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 17201
Attn: Democracy School
Note: If the School is canceled due to below minimum enrollment of attendees for a particular School, the full tuition and meals and lodging amounts will be fully refunded two weeks prior to the School. Cancellations due to inclement weather will result in a refund of 75% of the cost of tuition and meals. Minimum class size is five attendees for each School.

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