The Industrial Areas Foundation is nationally and internationally recognized for the use of community organizing tools to recruit and develop talented leaders and knit communities together for collective action.
Over the course of the training senior IAF organizers will teach what those tools are, how to use them to bring about sustainable community change, and how these same tools can be exercised by clergy and leaders in religious and secular institutions to build more powerful, welcoming, and relational churches, temples, and organizations.
This training is especially relevant to any leader interested in taking action with Justice United in 2018.
Participants must commit to attending all sessions
Thurs, May 17 5:30PM - 9PM (dinner served) at TROSA, 1820 James St. Durham
Fri, May 18 8:30AM - 6PM (lunch & snacks served) at Judea Reform Congregation
Sat, May 19 8:30AM - 12:30PM (Snacks served) @ Judea Reform Congregation, 1933 W. Cornwallis Road, Durham, NC
Who Should Attend: Leaders from Justice United member institutions. We suggest bringing a team of 3-5 leaders who have had some experience with JU. (ex: attending actions or Core Team/Introductory training).
Tuition is offered free of charge for JU members