The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) was formed in 1960 to fight racial oppression. The group has been described as “fantastically influential.” SNCC got thousands of people involved in uprisings throughout the U.S., and it was the principle force that caused large-scale social, economic, and political changes during and after the 1960’s.
The “How SNCC Built a Movement” seminar uses psychosocial science and historical scholarship to explain its unique and powerful grassroots organizing method, which students can use today to advance the cause of liberty.
This year, while resources are available, Action for Liberty will offer this 1-2 hour seminar free to vetted conservative, libertarian, and other pro-liberty student groups in or near the Philadelphia-Harrisburg-Washington triangle. The seminar, which was presented at the 2016 International Students for Liberty Conference, is currently given to small groups of 4-12 students who are sincerely interested in learning new ideas for activism. If you cannot reserve a meeting room, one will be provided. For information inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us about your organization.
Disclaimers and Conditions
1. This seminar, including the verbal presentation and any written materials, is provided free and without obligation to students who belong to organizations deemed by Action for Liberty to advance the cause of liberty in America. The presenter will not solicit sales for any service or product.
2. Although the presenter and Action for Liberty have made every effort to ensure that the information in this seminar was correct at the time of presentation, they do not assume and hereby disclaim any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption caused by errors or omissions, whether such errors or omissions result from negligence, accident, or any other cause.
3. Neither the presenter nor Action for Liberty will make any public statement concerning participation by the student or involvement in the seminar by any student organization or college/university.
4. Contact information and other personal data will be for Action for Liberty internal use only and will not be sold or shared with any outside party.
5. Any discussion during the presentation of tactics or courses of action are for educational purposes only and shall not be construed to constitute an endorsement or recommendation of such tactics or courses of action.