News » Soup and Solidarity: Making Social Change in the era of Trump

Posted in: Announcements, What's New? on February 9th, 2017

February 21, 2017, 6 – 8:30 pm, in Nathan Johnson Hall 

Given out current political situation, it is time to gather to feel the strength of community and solidarity. Whether you are longtime activist or just beginning to feel the call to become engaged in social change, you are warmly invited to this gathering. On this night, we will take time for fellowship and connecting and then Lynn Fitz-Hugh, longtime activist will be sharing what we can do in the era of Trump. Soup and bread will be provided, please consider bringing a side or a dessert.

Lynn Fitz-Hugh, long time activist and Director of 1Sustainable Planet and Coordinator for Faith Action Climate Network will come talk to us about how to create social change when legislative change does not seem that possible.  This talk is designed to help you figure out what you can do in response to Trump.  It will draw upon the history of social change movements and involve some story telling.

Come, awaken the spirit of community, nurture hope, and be inspired to action.

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One Response to “Soup and Solidarity: Making Social Change in the era of Trump”

  • Beth de la Fuente says:

    Thank you so much for the recap from last week and for organizing the Feb 21 event. It sounds great. Unfortunately, it’s the same night as Wellspring, so I will continue to follow events in the Gateway, with the expectation of catching up when Wellspring ends at the end of May. Resist and persist!

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