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DC Teach-In for Student Activists Jan 17th (in prep for I20!)
10 Jan 2001
"The Role of Student Activism in the Midst of a Bush Presidency."
DC Teach-In for Student Activists Jan 17th (in prep for I20!)

Teach-in "The Role of Student Activism in the Midst of a Bush Presidency." OPEN TO ALL. Wednesday Jan 17th at the George Washington University in Corcoran Hall Room 302 from 8pm-10pm. A short walk from Foggy Bottom metro. Arrive early to guarantee a seat.

Confirmed groups participating in the panel include: GWU Action Coalition, College Greens, GW College Democrats, International Socialist Organization, student anarchists, DC student libertarians, Independent Media Center, International Action Center, AU’s The Movement, Students for a Sensible Drug Policy, Students for a Free Tibet, World Bank Bonds Boycott, FREE THE PLANET!, Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance, Campaign to End the Death Penalty, GWU chapter NAACP, and more to come… (if your student group is not mentioned and you would like to participate email pollack (at) gwu.edu)

During this 1 hour panel each group will have a few minutes to discuss one of the following: the role of their organization, the effect of a Bush presidency, current campaigns, the role of the student movement, coalition building etc. Following the panel we will have a 1 hour open forum and Q&A for the audience to participate in this event and express their views and ask any specific questions to other members of the audience or the panel.

This should be an Amazing event and I encourage everyone to join us and unite the student movement in the midst of a Bush presidency!

If you have any questions, need directions or more information please email Bernard at pollack (at) gwu.edu.


In solidarity,

The George Washington U Action Coalition
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