Registration $10 (includes refreshments)
Scholarships available - no one will be turned away.
Whether your interest is in poverty, racism, human trafficking, job loss/economy, the environment, hunger, fracking, bullying, homelessness, abuse or violence, this workshop will benefit your organization's social media outreach, allowing to unite, connect, and inspire your participants, members and allies.
Author and community organizer Rivera Sun will introduce the workshop with a brief history of successful non-violent actions and then teach participants how social media can be used to build sincere relationships through the medium of social media. Learn how to use Facebook and Twitter to bring your message to the people, engage in profound discussion and connect people to your events and actions. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (231) 924-5292.
Ms. Sun will make three appearances in Newaygo County:
• May 21 - Evening Book Reading and Discussion at Hit The Road Joe Café, Croton
• May 22 - Workshop: Social Media for Social Change at Grant Area District Library
• May 23 - Workshop: Seeds of Change at Fremont Area District Library
For more information or to register for any of these events email email@example.com or call (231) 924-5292.
These events are sponsored by Newaygo County People For Peace, Group Engage, and several individuals. Help support NCPP and Rivera Sun. If you can not participate but would like to provide a scholarship or help defray the expenses of bringing Rivera to Michigan please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Ms. Sun is the co-founder of the Love-In Action Network, a nationwide set of nonviolent study and action groups and the social media director for Pace e Bene/Campaign Nonviolence.
Rivera regularly teaches workshops on strategic nonviolent actions. She is the author of three social protest novels, The Dandelion Insurrection, Billionaire Buddha, and Steam Drills, Treadmills, and Shooting Stars as well as nine theatrical plays, a book of poetry and a nonfiction study guide that accompanies the fiction work of The Dandelion Insurrection. To learn more about Rivera visit her website: www.riverasun.com.