In "Resistance and Transformation," a Tapestry of Faith program
After reading the workshop plan, ask yourself if you have had an experience with a temporary autonomous zone. What was it like? Did it have a lasting impact on your life? Did it occur in a Unitarian Universalist context? Was the temporary autonomous zone created intentionally or did it develop spontaneously?
If you have not had experience with a temporary autonomous zone, can you imagine what such an experience might be like? Why, or why not? As you lead this workshop, articulate how you understand temporary autonomous zones and their role in social justice work. Encourage participants to do the same.
Before you lead the workshop, take time to complete this sentence: "At the end of this workshop, I hope the participants leave feeling... "
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Last updated on Saturday, December 10, 2011.
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