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Sunday, August 7 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Intro to Non- violent Direct Action - Razz Gormley

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Non-violent Direct Action (NVDA) and Peaceful Civil Disobedience are two of our most powerful tools to overcome oppression and bring injustices to light. Attending one of these fun and engaging trainings will up-level your activist super powers and introduce you to the skills and critical knowledge necessary to effectively use NVDA in your social or environmental justice campaigns.

Razz Gormley, is a Campaign Director and founding member of Frack Free Colorado. A committed and passionate grassroots activist, Razz played a major role in supporting most of the local ballot measures to defend our Front Range from runaway Oil & Gas Development. He continues to support frontline and marginalized communities across our state to protect themselves from the inherent harms of fracking, with a focus on: self-empowerment, non-violent community defense, and grassroots movement building. Razz is also a member of the Coloradans Against Fracking steering committee, but is probably best known for his role as a climber in the #ShellNoPDX action, wherein he and 12 others rappelled from the St. John’s Bridge in Portland, OR and remained suspended for 40 hours in an attempt to block Shell’s Ice-Breaker from reaching a drill site in the pristine Chukchi Sea–an action which has called global attention to the issue of Arctic drilling and led to a cancellation of all of the area’s Oil & Gas leases for the foreseeable future.

Sunday August 7, 2016 9:00am - 10:00am MDT
7 - Workshop Tent