$20 – $125

Free Movement Conference

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Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center

120 South 2nd Street

Wilmington, NC 28401

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Free Movement Conference
March 23-25th, 2018 | Wilmington, NC

Working Narratives, the southern media arts and organizing effort, invites you to participate in the 2nd annual Free Movement Conference - March 23-25th in Wilmington, North Carolina. By building a collaborative lab of media and creative organizing strategies we are building grassroots power in the South. We are thrilled to partner with social and racial justice organizations such as: Free Press, Human Rights Defense Center, South Carolina Youth Action, Harm Reduction North Carolina Coalition, Resource Help for the Disadvantage, Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training, MuckRock, The Watering Hole, Seeds of Healing, Radical Voices & Artistic Expression, SEEDS of Healing, Inc. and more.

Are you engaging in policy fights and looking for creative interventions? Are you fighting to end mass incarceration? Do you imagine a media that serves the public interest? Are you organizing for racial justice? Do you want to build a youth media movement? Is environmental racism impacting your community? Do you believe in the power of the arts to transform communities? If so, you are a good fit for the Free Movement Conference!

We want to make Free Movement accessible to our community. If you need support in bringing yourself or group or have any other questions please contact us at info@workingnarratives.org

For a full description of the speakers, tracks, and workshop please visit www.freemovementproject.org.

Schedule At A Glance (March 23-25th in Wilmington, NC)

Friday: Opening Ceremony at 7:30pm with keynote speaker Steven Trasher
Saturday: Registration opens at 8:30am. Workshops from 9:30am-6pm with evening opening performance
Sunday: Workshop from 9:30am-2pm with closing session.

What’s included with you registration package?
You gain access to over 30 workshops and trainings in social, economic and health justice issues. Your registration also includes complimentary continental breakfast daily, lunch on Saturday and an amazing conference t-shirt.

We offer a sliding scale registration rate of $20 - $125 so that the conference can be accessible to as many people as possible. Please support the Free Movement by giving as generously as possible with your registration contribution. The true expense of the FMC is $125 per person. We will consider the registration amount you pay in excess of $125 as a tax-deductible gift to Free Movement Conference.

Travel and Lodging:
http://freemovementproject.org/lodging/

Get updates and more details at www.freemovementproject.org




  • Dasan Ahanu

    Dasan Ahanu

    Radical Voice & Artistic Expression


  • Daniel Barrows

    Daniel Barrows

    Valley Justice Coalition


  • Azuree Bateman

    Azuree Bateman

    Belle Media Group | Bennett College


  • Alicia Bell

    Alicia Bell

    Free Press

    Organizer

  • Joseph Conway

    Joseph Conway

    New Hanover Regional Medical Center


  • AE Ariel Eure

    Ariel Eure

    Carolina Youth Action Project


  • Davian Gagne

    Davian Gagne

    DCG Consulting/Transformative Leadership for Change


  • Veronica Garcia

    Veronica Garcia

    Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training


  • Kevin Lee-Y Green

    Kevin Lee-Y Green

    Techmoja Dance and Theater-Company


  • KH Kenny House

    Kenny House

    Wilmington Leadership Foundation


  • Imhotep

    Imhotep


    Artist

  • Tamara Jeffries

    Tamara Jeffries

    Belle Media Group | Bennett College


  • Lillie Branch Kennedy

    Lillie Branch Kennedy

    Resource, Information, Help for the Disadvantaged & Disenfranchised.


  • ML Monifa Lemons

    Monifa Lemons

    The Watering Hole


  • Fiona Morgan

    Fiona Morgan

    Free Press

    Journalism Program Director

  • Tanya Mote

    Tanya Mote

    Su Teatro


  • Taij Kumarie Moteelall

    Taij Kumarie Moteelall

    Standing In Our Power


  • MuckRock

    MuckRock

    MuckRock


  • Nick Szuberla

    Nick Szuberla

    Working Narratives

    executive director

  • Jeree Thomas

    Jeree Thomas

    Campaign for Youth Justice


  • ST Steven Thomas

    Steven Thomas

    Valley Justice Coalition | Northeast Neighborhood Association


  • Steven Thrasher

    Steven Thrasher

    The Guardian

    journalist

  • RT Ren Trueblood

    Ren Trueblood

    Carolina Youth Action Project


  • Tracey Tucker

    Tracey Tucker

    Campaign for Youth Justice


  • LeShonda Wallace

    LeShonda Wallace

    SEEDS of Healing, Inc.


  • Paul Wright

    Paul Wright

    Human Rights Defence Center

    executive director

  • Heather Yandow

    Heather Yandow

    Third Space Studio

    Nonprofit Consultant


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