Friday, March 11, 2011

STUDENTS: Power Shift in Washington DC, April 15-18

Power Shift 2011 will be held in Washington DC’s Convention Center — the largest available space in the nation’s capital on April 15-18.

The event is organized by the Energy Action Coalition, a coalition of 50 youth-led environmental and social justice groups working together to build the youth clean energy and climate movement. Here is what Power Shift is about:
Power Shift 2011 is our opportunity to come together and define the way forward for our movement. Together we'll celebrate our grassroots success stories, hear from movement leaders, and learn from and train each other to launch new campaigns. We'll take bold action to set the tone in Washington and show them what true leadership looks like. If it's anything like years past, Power Shift 2011 is bound to be historic.
Power Shift 2007 and 2009 were the largest convergences of young environmental and social justice activists in U.S. history. The 2009 event was the largest lobby day ever on Capitol Hill.

Learn More about
Power Shift 2011 here.

To REGISTER, click here (Deadline March 13th)

Additional Web links:

  • An extensive post about University at Buffalo student involvement in Power Shift 2009 is here.
  • Power Shift 2011 FaceBook Page is here.
  • To see earlier posts about Power Shift 2009, click here.

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