• Are you worried about threats to social justice, a stable climate, and democratic values under President Trump, but unsure what one person can do?
• Have you been signing petitions and calling your congresspeople, but wanting more face-to-face interaction with action-oriented people at MIT?
• Do you want to learn and share tools for being a more effective activist and find ways to get involved in local organizations?
If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, come to our new IAP course on Activism, Organizing, and Social Movements, being jointly organized by student members of Solidarity MIT and Fossil Free MIT. Find out more at https://sites.google.com/view/iap2017-activism-training
How to get there
It will be at the Ray and Maria Stata Center, 32 Vassar St., Cambridge. You can find a map here:
It is in Room 144, The Gordon Engineering Leadership Lab, which is on the first floor.