Shooting Without Bullets: Creative Responses to State Violence and Social Injustice
On Saturday February 10, IRTF will be hosting our 18th annual Social Justice Teach-In in conjunction with the Social Justice Institute and Center for Civic Engagement and Learning at Case Western Reserve University. Our Teach-In is a great opportunity for people of all ages to learn about critical human rights issues and practice hands-on skills to organize for change. This annual event attracts more than 800 participants, many from area high schools and colleges. The Teach-In provides participants with information, skills, and resources to support social justice campaigns at their schools, congregations, and in their communities.
Keynote: Amanda King, founder and creative director of Shooting Without Bullets
Come and learn more about international activism, racism, sexism, environmental justice, resistance to militarism and state-sponsored violence, intersectionality, and the broader social movement for social justice!
11:00-11:30 welcome remarks
11:30-12:15 keynote Amanda King, Shooting Without Bullets
12:30-1:25 Workshop Session 1
1:40-2:35 Workshop Session 2
2:50-3:15 Jolt for Justice: Next Steps