Milwaukee, April 11: Training for Solidarity and Mobilization: Workshops on tenant organizing, mental health and building safety nets. Free lunch.

Training for Solidarity and Mobilization: Workshops on tenant organizing, mental health and building safety nets. Free lunch.

Free, public and participatory workshops that provide immediately practical techniques for combating power and supporting solidarity. This event is in the large meeting room of the Center Street Library, 2727 W Fond Du Lac Ave, Milwaukee, on Saturday, April 11.

11-12 PM. “Tenant Organizing: Conducting Research on Landlords” led by Jacob Glicklich.

12:00-1:00. Free lunch.

1:00-1:55 PM. “Fundamentals of Mental Health” led by Sara-Marie Rachel Rahn

2:00-2:55 PM. “Are We Ready? Preparing for an Emergency and Building Safety Nets” led by Ruba Khader

3:00-4:00. “Breakout Groups: Organizing for Winnable Campaigns in Milwaukee.” Facilitated by Colleen O’Conor Rocky Getters and Hilary Wilson

This is the monthly Resistance Skillshare, organized by the Milwaukee branch of the IWW, with sessions led by IWW speakers and allies. Each workshop stands alone, there’s benefit to attending all sessions but if you can only come to some, you can still attend. To respect people’s commitments we will not be running on “activist time,” each workshop will start when scheduled. Childcare is available upon request, to arrange this contact us at iww.milwaukee@gmail.com

Protesters demanding an end to right-to-work-for-less legislation and other austerity in Madison Feb. 28, 2015 [Photo: Joe Brusky]

Protesters demanding an end to right-to-work-for-less legislation and other austerity in Madison Feb. 28, 2015 [Photo: Joe Brusky]

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