April 10 briefing call Resources Now Available

Thank you to Pennie Opal Plant and all the participants on last week’s briefing series call! For those of you who were unable to join, an audio recording of the call as well as resources and a fact sheet are now available.

Visit our Past Briefings page to access these resources, as well as any of the past calls.

Join us for our next briefing, May 8th, which will be lead by the Northern California Circle of the Women’s Congress, which formed shortly after the first WC gathering. They will share their active engagement with each other and the Declaration, and how they are bringing these ideas into their own community.

Until next time!

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Join us: Idle No More – Organizing and Inspiring Community

It’s spring, everything is in bloom, and it is time we too move our conversations out of the conceptual realm and into the realm of organization and action! In the next several calls we will listen to various women speak about their experience with women-led direct action and how different women lead the call to act. Join us:

Thursday, April 10, 2014 at Noon central time (10am PT; 11am MT; 1pm ET). 

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Idle No More: Organizing and Inspiring Communities

Presented by Pennie Opal Plant, organizer for Idle No More SF Bay, owner of the Gathering Tribes art gallery.

The call will begin promptly at Noon (central time) and will last one hour. RSVP to kaitlinannbutler@gmail.com for the dial-in information and fact sheet. For those of you new to the briefing series, you can read more about the series here, listen to past briefing series audio recordings and resources, and explore other ways people have brought the Declaration into their communities. Join the conversation! Spread the word! Feel free to write me with any comments or questions. Much love.