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Take your passion to action through Debating for Democracy on the Road’s day-long workshop series for activists-in-training, almost-advocates, and grassroots gurus. Learn the skills you need to advance your issues and share your message.

Develop your activist skills at Debating for Democracy (D4D) on the Road, a day-long series of workshops hosted by Project Pericles at Pace University. D4D is designed to promote civic engagement and effective advocacy skills. Through the D4D on the Road™ workshops, you can acquire the tools and tactics you need to advance your issues and to get your messages across. This year’s trainers include John Gilbert, Naomi Long, and Jessica Pierce, activists with extensive experience and who have organized winning direct action campaigns and focuses on building power within marginalized communities.

This training designed to provide novice and seasoned political activists with the tools and tactics they need to get their message across to policy makers, community leaders, and the public. Participants will learn organizing and advocacy strategies, practice effective messaging, and discover ways to mobilize allies in order to make positive social change.

Friday, February 19, 2016
10:00 a.m.4:00 p.m.
Bianco Room
New York City Campus

This year's workshops are led by Wellstone Action and provide an interactive, high-energy, problem-solving environment for all types of learners. Wellstone Action focuses on practicing concrete skills, including strategic planning, power mapping, grassroot organizing, and message development.

Breakfast and lunch are included with free registration for Pace students. Register today at http://bit.ly/d4datpace.

 

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