PeoplesHub Circle – Connect online on your own or with friends
PeoplesHub Circle: PeoplesHub and You
The PeoplesHub team invites you to join us to learn about this new, online movement school and to find out how you can get involved. Come feel what it’s like to be part of a PeoplesHub workshop, training, or circle. Ask your questions. Get a taste of online community building. Let’s explore together how we can learn, share, and build a better world.
Registration is FREE! Sign up and we’ll send you information on how to join us online.
Moderated by Sarah van Gelder
Speakers: Elandria Williams, Marcia Lee and Halima Cassells
Length and Type:
1 hour — Connect online as an individual
Date and Time for this PeoplesHub Circle:
Tuesday, September 11 at 4pm PT / 6pm CT / 7pm ET
This PeoplesHub Circle is ideal for:
Anyone who is curious about PeoplesHub and wants to learn about our core trainings, workshops, and circles, and to meet our team.
You’ll come away:
- Feeling connected to the people of PeoplesHub and to other change-makers around the country
- Knowing how you can get involved as a PeoplesHub trainer or participant, either on your own or with a group
- Knowing what a PeoplesHub workshop is like and what exciting workshops are coming up
- Inspired and excited about new possibilities and participatory ways of engaging online, with ideas and next steps about ways we can collaborate to make change happen
What do you do to prepare?
Just find a quiet space with a stable internet connection. You will need a computer, tablet or smart phone. Please wear headphones or earbuds if possible.
This PeoplesHub Circle is FREE. Register now to save your spot.
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Participants, clockwise from top left:
Elandria Williams: Training Director at PeoplesHub, co-editor of Beautiful Solutions, co-moderator of the Unitarian Universalists Association, and on the boards of the US Solidarity Economy Network, Rhize and on the Movement for Black Lives Policy Table. Elandria is formerly the Education Team co-coordinator at the Highlander Research and Education Center.
Halima Cassells: PeoplesHub Trainer and a Detroit-based artist who is part of Oakland Avenue Artists Coalition, the Center for Community Based Enterprise, and the Free Market of Detroit.
Marcia Lee: PeoplesHub trainer and a co-founder of Taproot Sanctuary, an intentional community in Detroit, a restorative justice/peacemaking circle keeper and trainer, a facilitator of Circles of Trust through the Center for Courage and Renewal, and a core member of Healing by Choice, a women of color healing collective.
Sarah van Gelder: Founder and Executive Director of PeoplesHub, founding editor of YES! Magazine, author of The Revolution Where You Live