InterReligious Task Force on Central America hosts teach-in
CLEVELAND: Students are coming together to study and practice skills needed to work for human rights and economic justice on February 2nd, 2008, at St. Martin De Porres, 6111 Lausche Avenue.
The annual Social Justice Teach-In entitled “Raise your Voice for Justice,” is sponsored by the InterReligious Task Force on Central America and attracts 150-250 participants, many from area high schools and colleges.
Students will choose from 15 workshops presented by experts from local and national organizations to be trained in working for social change. The workshops will include sessions on: lobbying, strategic campaign planning, consensus decision-making, international dept, Nicaragua and the effects of CAFTA, and many more. Everyone is welcome.
The registration fee is $10 and pre-registration is recommended. Student groups of 6 to 20 can register for just $50. To register, call IRTF at 216.961.0003, email [email protected], or see www.irtfcleveland.org.
The InterReligious Task Force on Central America (IRTF) is a Cleveland-based, non-profit, interfaith group that promotes peace and human rights in Central America. The Task Force educates, advocates, and organizes for peace and human rights, economic justice, aid to Central Americans – and an end to U.S. policies, corporate actions, and consumer behaviors that undermine these goals.