XR NVDA training
Sept. 7, 2019, noon
Learn how to take part in XR actions at this NVDA training series! You will be empowered to engage in non-violent civil disobedience and have the opportunity to form an affinity group, which is your creative team and support system for Extinction Rebellion actions. Bring friends who you would like to form an affinity group with, or make one with fellow rebels that you meet while you're here!
We recommend that you attend an XR orientation meeting before you attend our NVDA training. You can find the next orientation on our calendar.
Time: Saturday September 7, 12pm until 6pm. Please arrive at 11:50am to give yourself time to settle before the training begins, and please plan to stay the entire time.
Location: First Church Jamaica Plain, 6 Eliot Street
What to bring
wear comfortable clothes
your own plate, cup, and cutlery to minimize waste. We will provide snacks and drinks during a short break.
this training is free. If you would like to and can bring a contribution, we will collect cash donations for our trainer at the end of the session.
Preparation for Civil Disobedience. Honoring the movements we stand on. Building community for action.
This training session will provide engagement on non-violence and the dynamics of civil disobedience, offer scenarios and practical information for taking collective action. Time to connect, get energized, and deepen readiness for being and acting together.
Trainer Cathy Hoffman has been involved in activism over many decades - most recently with the two-year-long fight to stop the West Roxbury Pipeline and civil disobedience actions for the local Poor Peoples Campaign.
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This event is free.
Please let us know any accessibility concerns you have by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The building is wheelchair accessible. The training involves several sections, and we always let people know ahead of time in order to give people the option to participate:
group and partner discussion
some roleplays which may involve aggression and loud noise
exercises which involve some gentle movement
We can often structure exercises to include people of various levels of mobility, so please let us know about what might help you.
We are looking into setting up childcare for the day but it has not been confirmed yet -- please notify us if this would be helpful for you.