DATE/TIME: Wednesday, June 23, 2021, 4:00pm CST/5:00pm ET
PLACE: Online Zoom, Register https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd0xUUyejbBohVm2knWBt8tqNjcKK4U9j_XjVgaN2WwX-8TbQ/viewform
Eleonore Wesserle & Ricardo Levins Morales are excited to offer a new workshop to organizers, activists, and similar troublemakers for a more just and loving world.
This three-part workshop will teach practices and strategies for connecting day-to-day organizing with long-term transformative change. Based on the Soil Strategy, we’ll go beyond thinking about campaigns and short term wins – the seeds of organizing – to explore how we can detoxify and nourish the cultural and political soil those seeds are planted in for deeper long term change.
Over the course of three sessions, participants will:
• dive into using the Soil Strategy as a lens for understanding our work,
• dig into the function of organizers as visionary gardeners tending to our organizing plots and the collective soil, and
• develop methods for applying the Soil Strategy and our new tools and relationships to day-to-day organizing.