On Saturday, March 27th in Allbritton 311, join Tyrone Boucher (co-creator of enoughenough.org) for two workshops about class, leveraging resources, and movement-building:
Part 1: Class in Communities (11am-1pm, coffee + snacks served)
How do money and class affect our communities? We’ll discuss the often-invisibilized dynamics that class privilege creates, and how to challenge them. We’ll dismantle some myths about how wealth accumulation happens, and discuss connections between class, race, and gender. Come prepared to discuss class dynamics within your own communities.
Part 2: Challenging the Nonprofit Industrial Complex and Leveraging Privilege for Grassroots Movements: (2-4pm, lunch will be provided)
We’ll break down the “nonprofit industrial complex” and how capitalist interests and the state use it to consolidate resources—then talk about ways of leveraging various types of privilege to challenge capitalism and support grassroots movements.
Date: Saturday, March 27th
Time: 11 AM
Place: Allbritton 311