Action camps put together by indigenous people for indigenous people!
Our four-day camps provide non-violent direct action and action skills training for indigenous activists, organizers, community members, and protectors of all nations.
***Note: Must be 18 years and older to participate***
These camps work on a sliding scale registration fee, with a minimum of $50 to $500. We strongly encourage participants representing Movements and Organizations to cover these fees. Some travel support scholarships are available as well as ride shares for those in need.
Space is limited, so mark your calendars so you know when to apply. The next action camp will be August 12-15, 2020!
These camps include training tracks and workshops in NVDA, including direct skills in Creative Resistance, Blockades, and Climbing.
A little bit about these tracks:
Participants in the climb track will cover techniques, equipment, and procedures used by climbers globally. Rope access principles, mechanical devices, and other climbing methods will be introduced. The concepts shared can be adopted by all those who integrate climbing, protest, and resistance.
Participants in this track will learn essential skills for occupying space using technical tools and their own bodies with a focus on developing skills that will be useful in their broader activist communities.
Participants in this track will learn the essential skills to make and use banners, silk screens, props, posters, graphics, puppets and a variety of other tools to produce effective high quality images for use in direct action, street theater, marches, protests, etc.