San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Civic Knowledge Self-Restraint Self-Assertion Self-Reliance
The framers of our Constitution knew that to preserve our blessings of liberty, the Republic would require self-governing citizens.
We base all our experiments on the capacity of mankind for self-government. ~James Madison
-Do you worry about being marginalized if you express your opinion in public?
-Have you been bullied in a public forum or town hall meeting?
-Do you wonder if civil discourse is even possible?
How to Become a Citizen NinjaTM is a workshop designed for conservative Americans who recognize they have a duty to engage in the civic process but are unsure how to go about it or are fearful of bully tactics being used against them.
"Learn how to sideline your fears! This workshop will teach you how to exercise your civic responsibility in the public arena effectively and with confidence." ~Mary Baker, Workshop Leader
$30 Registration Cost Includes
Training Manual Warrior Vittles Bragging Rights
Workshop Leader: Mary Baker
Mary is a graduate of Middlebury College and acting President of the San Diego/Orange County Chapter of the non-profit organization, CAPR. Mary is a grassroots activist and blogger who researches and writes articles and opinions on the impacts of sustainable development on property rights and our nation's sovereignty. Mary is a guest speaker throughout the Southern California region. Her blog is Exurbia Chronicles.
"This is sorely needed! So many Americans have no idea of how we are being manipulated and used."
"I wish I had brought people with me! I'm very encouraged to be more active in my community. Thank you!!!"
"I am so glad for the 'action oriented' attitude of the class. Thank you so much."
Day of the Event
~Check-in opens at 10:00 am. The workshop will begin promptly at 10:30 am.
~Lunch is included.
~Refreshments include coffee and water. There is a vending machine on the premises for your convenience.
~There will be books available for sale at the completion of the workshop.
~Tickets are non-refundable but are transferable. Please contact Mary Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the event to make any name changes on the reservation.
When & Where
San Francisco Bay Area Citizen's Alliance for Property Rights (SF Bay CAPR) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization. We increase public awareness and understanding of property rights and land use regulatory issues. We are an IRS 501(c)3 corporation; contributions are generally deductible as charitable contributions on tax returns.
Key Objectives .
- Establish a single coordinated voice dedicated to preserving and protecting property rights
- Inform, educate and train citizens to raise awareness of local and regional property rights issues
- Advocate a unified voice to provide input to public policy formation processes at the local and regional level
- Promote legislation to preserve and protect property rights while opposing excessively burdensome legislation
- Reduce regulatory cost of living to ensure that our children will not be forced to move elsewhere to afford their own home