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Methods of Civic Engagement

  • Flitch Coffee 641 Tillery Street Austin, TX, 78702 United States (map)

Yesterday, the Women's March joined people from every continent to become the largest protest in our lifetime. This day, not the one that came before it, will have the most significant impact on our political landscape and everyday lives.

To celebrate and continue to move forward, Studium is calling a special Human Sciences series starting this Wednesday morning, 10am, at Flitch to consider methods of civic engagement for the new era. 

Together, we will explore different platforms, organizations, methodologies, and resources that are creating a space within our community to discuss how we will answer this federal administration. 

We will begin by looking at the following:

https://www.indivisibleguide.com/
https://www.womensmarch.com/100/
http://blacklivesmatter.com/getinvolved/
http://whatdoidoabouttrump.com/
https://www.resistancemanual.org
https://swingleft.org/
https://www.flippable.org/

And we encourage you to bring your own resources to share, as well.

Additional meetings and engagement workshops will be announced over the next few days.

Earlier Event: January 18
Study The Humanities: Read Poetry
Later Event: February 1
Methods of Civic Engagement: Remember