2013 IRTF Annual Social Justice Teach-In
Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM (EST)
to register, call 216.961.0003 or email email@example.com
“…and Dignity for All”
IRTF’s 13th Annual Social Justice Teach-In is a great opportunity for people of all ages to gain the information and practical skills to work for peace, economic justice, and human rights!
This annual event attracts 150-200 participants, many from area high schools and colleges. The Teach-In provides participants with information, practical skills, and resources to support their own human rights programming at their schools, congregations, or civic groups. Participants are also invited to get active with IRTF’s solidarity action groups.
The 2013 IRTF Teach-In is organized in conjunction with the Case Western Reserve University Center for Civic Engagement and Learning.
Choose from 15 workshops on local and global justice issues.
Get skills training to work for social change!
José Palacios is a leader in the LGBT and resistance movements in Honduras
9:45-10:15a Welcome and Workshop Showcase
10:15-11:00a Workshop Session 1
11:15-12:00p Workshop Session 2
12:00-1:00p Lunch on your own
1:00-1:45p Keynote: José Palacios
1:45-2:00p Workshop Showcase
2:15-3:00p Workshop Session 3
3:15-4:00p Workshop Session 4
Moving Beyond the Label of "Homeless"
Cross-Border Labor Solidarity
US Militarization of Foreign Policy
Bible Study for Social Justice
Obama and Latin America
Organizing 101 and 102
LGBTQ Rights in Honduras and Latin America
Consensus Model for Decision Making
Honduras Resistance Movement
Mining and Human Rights in Latin America
Register now online or by mailing a check to IRTF, 3606 Bridge Ave, Cleveland 44113
Individuals - $10 pre-registration / $15 at the door
Students groups (6-20 students) - $50 pre-registration / at the door
CWRU students: free with valid ID
When & Where
InterReligious Task Force on Central America
IRTF is a Cleveland-based, nonprofit group that promotes peace and human rights in Central America and Colombia. People of faith and conscience founded IRTF after the 1980 murder of four US church women (two from Cleveland) in El Salvador by US-trained soldiers.
IRTF calls together the people of northeast Ohio to walk in solidarity with oppressed peoples of Central America and Colombia, to achieve peace, justice, human rights, and systemic transformation through nonviolence.
Since 1981, IRTF has mobilized NE Ohioans to change US policies, corporate actions, and consumer behaviors that undermine this vision of nonviolent social change.
Please see our website at www.IRTFcleveland.org