CANCELED - UUCSJ Activate Training 1218
Type of event: Training
This event has been canceled due to low registration.
Activate Your Community: Love Resists! will offer youth, youth advisors, and chaperones an opportunity to deepen their understanding of opportunities for youth engagement in social justice activism, guided by Unitarian Universalist values and practices. Over the course of a long weekend gathering, participants will build community, explore their identities, and discern how they can show up in the world, beginning in their own communities, as agents of spiritually-grounded social change. The program will center learning, reflection, and action for racial justice and will introduce participants to Love Resists, a joint initiative of UUA and UUSC, which activates congregations and people of faith and conscience to create more just and welcoming communities and to resist the harm inflicted by criminalization, particularly in the Trump era.
Join us for three days of hands-on learning and leadership development, singing, worship, and reflection, and action planning to take home what we’ve explore to Activate Your Community!
This program is being organized by the UUA’s Central East Region, in partnership with the UU College of Social Justice, and is hosted by UU Fellowship of Northern Westchester, Mt Kisco, NY.
The ratio for this training is 7 youth per adult. There is a cap of 50 youth and 20 adult participants.
This training is for youth in 9th-12th grade and adult sponsors 25 and older.
Cost: $85, includes meals and snacks. If you pay by credit card, the charge will be $86 to cover the credit card fees. If you cannot afford the fee for the training and need a full or partial waiver you may request that on the registration form. You will be notified if your request is denied. Please bring your partial payment with you. Payment must be made in cash or by check made payable to UUA-CER. You cannot make a partial payment via credit card.
Housing: Participants, adult and youth, will be sleeping at the church. All meals during the training will be provided at the church.
Bring: Sleeping bag, air mattress, comfortable clothes, toiletries
Need more info? Check the UU College of Social Justice website for information on their programs.
If this is your first training or conference with the Central East Region, please read the Behavioral Expectations which describes our expectations of youth and adults attending youth events in the region and the CER Youth Event Procedures and Requirements. You will be asked about these documents in the registration process.