at 438 N Skinker Blvd, St. Louis , 63130
Summer Freedom School 2016: bit.ly/STLFreedom2016
Freedom school is a youth focused three day training session for ages 15-23 that explains the roots of racism and explores ways to organize against it.
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Hello all, Freedom School is a program based on The Peoples Institute for Survival and Beyond's anti-racist organizing training. It identifies and unpacks systems that oppress people of color and forces participants to check their own internalized feelings of inferiority and superiority. The FREE 2-1/2 day session will be held February 13-15. The application deadline is January 23. Fill one out before the deadline and we'll see you there! Lunch provided. Application link: www.afsc.org/event/freedom-school-application
#AskRachel if she's been to Freedom School. Seriously, ask her. Apply today: bitly.com/SummerFS
A step towards justice. http://www.vice.com/read/a-judge-found-probable-cause-to-charge-the-cop-who-shot-12-year-old-tamir-rice-with-murder-611?utm_source=vicefbus
Details about our summer Freedom School are coming soon! Do you know someone 15-23 years old who could benefit from a better understanding of poverty, racism, and community organizing?
A People's history of Memorial Day. https://zinnedproject.org/materials/the-first-decoration-day/
"In late 1820, having been allowed to enter the Union as a slave state, Missouri submitted its new constitution to Congress for approval [...] a brief clause in Article III would compel Missouri's legislature 'to pass such laws as may be necessary...to prevent free negroes and mulattoes from coming to, and settling in this state, under any pretext whatsoever.' Missouri's proposed constitution would thereby exclude all free blacks from entering the state." James Oakes "The Scorpions Sting" #themoreyouknow #thingsIneverlearnedinhistoryclass #noteveninAPhistoryclass #explainsalot