Social Work Activism & Advocacy: What It Means to Be an Activist
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC; LIVESTREAM AVAILABLE (scroll down for instructions); REGISTRATION REQUIRED
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Eh-den Perlove and Lily Claire Nussbaum met as volunteers for the Women’s March on Washington, NYC Chapter. Alongside 20 other women they coordinated fundraisers, ran community-building events, and ultimately brought thousands of New Yorkers to Washington, D.C., for the march. In the months that followed, the two remained committed to maintaining momentum within this new wave of activists. With the guiding belief that context and facts are fundamental to active resistance, they decided to create an accessible series of discussions and panels that explore the history and present state of our nation. Join them, along with a panel of grassroots activists and advocacy professionals, in discussing what it means to be an activist, and how to fight for one’s passions without getting overwhelmed or burning out.
How to follow on Livestream:
About ten minutes before the event, go to this link:
All registrants will receive a reminder of this link around 30 minutes before the program starts.
- Do not open the link in more than one window or you will hear an echo.
- Make sure your speaker volume is turned up.
- Type your questions for the speakers into the chat.
- Ethernet is more reliable than wifi.
Questions on Livestream?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you on the livestream on Wednesday, December 6.