On June 22-26, in Detroit, MI, SDS will join thousands of organizers and activists at the U.S. Social Forum to share our perspectives and strategies for social and economic justice. Members of SDS are traveling from across the country to discuss our experiences in building the student movement over the last four years.
SDS has been involved in many important battles since the 2007 USSF in Atlanta – from fighting to defend education as a right, to leading tens of thousands of students and youth in protesting against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. SDS has also been active in the struggle for immigrants rights, labor solidarity, support for the Palestinian liberation movement, and many other key issues that we have faced over the last few years.
So come hang out with SDS! We will sum up our experience in how to organize on our campuses and communities against U.S. empire abroad and repression and cutbacks here at home.
Join us at our two workshops:
Students in the Campus Anti-war Movement
SDS workshop addressing the need to continue building a student anti-war movement on campus in the post-Bush era. Thursday, Jun 24 2010 – 1:00pm. TWW: Fourier.
The Fight for Education Rights: March 4th and Beyond
Students and Youth discuss March 4th action for education rights and next steps. Jun 25 2010 – 1:00pm. Cobo Hall: D3-18.
Or stop by and hang out with us at our table:
At the SDS Table at 6pm on Friday, we’ll likely be in the main hall.
Send us an e-mail to let us know you’re coming, or give a call if you want to meet up in Detroit!
Kas Schwerdtfeger, Milwaukee SDS, kas.psom [at] gmail.com | 262-893-2806 (Cell)
RSVP on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=133670369977803&ref=mf
For more information on SDS, check out http://www.studentsforademocraticsociety.org/.