Racism in Rural NY
Thursday, July 9. 7-9pm
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Join us for a panel discussion about the expressions and impact of racism in rural communities in New York.
This will bring together leaders from four regions of the New York State Poor People’s Campaign (North Country, Central New York, Western Southern Tier, and Eastern Southern Tier) as well as Scipioville Presbyterian Church, Be You and MR Hess Home Works.
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NYS Poor People’s Campaign 101
Wednesday, July 22 6-8pm
Online Zoom WorkshopOn July 22, please join us for Poor People’s Campaign 101. We will discuss the history of the 1968 campaign, the relaunch in 2018 and how we got to where we are today. Most importantly, we will focus on the principles of the campaign and our goals, in particular why shifting the narrative by shifting the narrator is so central to what we do. We will also explore ways you can get involved. Whether you are new to the campaign or would just like a refresher, or perhaps you are wanting ideas on how you too can present the Poor People’s Campaign to your organization or community, we encourage you to register for this program and discussion. Spanish and ASL interpretation available.
July 22nd, 6pm-8pm
NYS Poor People’s Campaign 101 – Register Here
Online Workshop (Zoom)
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!El 22 de julio, te invitamos a participar del evento educativo “Introducción a la Campaña de la Gente Pobre” (PPC 101). Presentaremos la historia de la Campaña de la Gente Pobre del 1968, además del reinicio de la Campaña en el 2018 y cómo hemos llegado a donde estamos. Conoceremos los principios de la Campaña y nuestros objetivos. En particular por qué cambiar la narrativa con cambiar los protagonismos, es fundamental para lo que hacemos. Compartiremos diferentes formas de involucrarse. Invitamos a personas que quieran conocer la Campaña por primera vez, además de personas que quieran profundizar su participación y personas interesadas en cómo presentar la Campaña en su organización o comunidad. Interpretación al español y lenguaje de señas (ASL).¡Regístrate aquí!
Wednesday, August 5 5-7pm
Online Zoom Workshop“Movements begin with the telling of untold stories.” – Willie Baptist
Sharing our stories is a critical piece of building power and organizing for the systemic changes that are necessary in order to guarantee our rights. One part of our strategy in the Poor People’s Campaign is to Shift the Narrative by Shifting the Narrator – elevating the stories, experiences, and leadership of the people most directly impacted by the oppressions we face.
During the training, participants will:
-discuss their experiences accessing healthcare and housing;
-practice storytelling best practices; and
-learn how storytelling fits into our work to grow the NYS Poor People’s CampaignIf you have not yet completed the NYSPPC Healthcare and Housing Survey, do that here before the training. Click here to complete the survey. The registration link will be shared after you complete the survey.
The training lasts approximately 2 hours and will be conducted using Zoom video conference.
Keep an eye on our Facebook page for other upcoming events and meetings!If you have any questions, contact email@example.com
In solidarity,The New York State Poor People’s Campaign Coordinating Committee