Communities across the Granite State are organizing to protect drinking water, air quality, and local sustainable practices with CELDF’s assistance and the NHCRN’s support. As part of their grassroots organizing, the NHCRN and CELDF are co-hosting Democracy School. This workshop teaches residents and activists how to reframe exhausting and often discouraging single issue work (such as fracking, pipelines, additional fossil fuel infrastructure, food sovereignty, election integrity, waste management practices, and more), empowering communities to confront corporate control and state interference on a powerful single front: people’s and nature’s inalienable rights.
Informed decision-making is one of the most powerful steps towards change we can make.
Saturday, December 8th, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
New England College Concord
62 N Main St
Concord, NH 03301
Registration includes materials: $40 – $50. Registration is required and closes on 11-24-18. Register online . (A few cost-reduction scholarships are available upon request.)
This is a non-profit event! Costs cover the materials and instructors’ travel, accommodations, and meals. Please consider paying a higher registration cost if you can, to help us offer scholarships to those who are not able to cover the full registration. Thank you!