Propose a Course!
We are looking for facilitators / educators / trainers to build topical workshops, lectures, discussion groups and experiential workshops.
If you have rad skills and knowledge to share propose a mini-course (or two!).
Some topics we are particularly interested in seeing represented are:
dual power, radical urbanism and community development, disrupting and destroying systems of oppression, democratic education, contemporary movement building and strategy, social ecology, anarchist projects, innovations in direct action tactics, Rojava, climate justice, art as activism, campaign planning, community care, etc.
This is just a short list of the possibilities, please be creative and suggest that workshop you’ve always wanted to create, that discussion that you have been dying to have with others, etc!
Facilitators are encouraged to create multi-session mini-courses that include reading materials and various ways to engage with a topic or skill.
Each day will be broken into four parts. The morning session will focus on theory in the form of lectures and facilitated discussion groups. In the afternoon topical sessions focusing on social movements history or praxis. Later sessions will focus on learning practical skills like climbing, direct action tactics, art etc.
We are looking to create an after 5PM course session for attendees getting out of work.
Our location offers access to forest as well as urban collective spaces including work spaces, art spaces, community centers, and events spaces.
This project is in its infancy and we would like to see it grow into a center for anarchist education in the Northeast over the coming years. Our goal is to be able to provide some financial support to help folks who would otherwise not be able to attend or facilitate at the camp, but we can not afford to provide travel costs or facilitator stipends for everyone at this time. If you need financial support to attend, please let us know and we will work with you to make that possible.
Please pass this along to folks you think would be interested in teaching at this camp.
The camp is a non-dogmatic space open to dialogue and bringing folks together whose work and interests reside in the anarchist tradition, but who have differences in thinking about practice, tactics and philosophies of anarchism.
If you or your organization would like to collaborate on this project please contact email@example.com to learn how you can join the organizing team.