How do we design rallies that are entertaining, empowering, and effective? This workshop will cover the basic steps to organizing a rally, show examples of creative innovation in rally design, and explore setting tone and encouraging responsible participation without unduly imposing on personal autonomy. It will also offer tips on chanting on a bullhorn, planning routes, and dealing with the police, escalation and de-escalation, promotion, and visuals.
Time: Sunday March 25th, 1pm - 5pm.
Location: University of Toronto, St. George Campus. Room 5230, OISE,252 Bloor Street West.
Trainer: Faria Kamal and Hussan, S. K. are organizers with No One Is Illegal Toronto.
Suggested donation: organizations and wage earners: $20; unwaged: $10. No one turned away for lack of funds.
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Tools for Change
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