What can you write to defend the earth and promote world peace and social justice? Each of us has a piece of the solution, and now is the time to make our voices heard. Bring notes, drafts, or dreams for letters, columns, blogs, articles or public testimony. Liberate old projects from your drawers or write something new (rough writing is fine!) Well share tools for speaking from the heart and reaching out to those who need to hear. We'll write, strategize, try non-judgmental feedback, and leave with tools to shape the public dialogue.
Louise Dunlap, author of "Undoing the Silence: Six Tools for Social Change Writing" published by New Village Press, has taught writing since the Berkeley Free Speech Movement. She offers courses and workshops from Boston to South Africa especially for people who want their voices to make a difference. Read more at
$49 per person includes organic tea
Copies of "Undoing the Silence" will be available at the workshop for $20 inclusive
Social Justice Committee
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
NOTE: No-one under 15 years old will be admitted.
Notebook or paper, pen or pencil
Bag lunch and a favorite snack to share during our afternoon tea-break.
Organic tea will be provided.
SPACE IS LIMITED to 18 PARTICIPANTS
Official Website: http://brownpapertickets.com/event/25968/
Added by raines on January 29, 2008