2018 ACLU Activist Academy

January 13, 2018 @ 9:00 am 5:00 pm

The Statehouse is the People’s House

The training will consist of information and tips on power analysis and community organizing. In the morning we'll give participants a basis of knowledge on the fundamentals of power structures and how you can use them to create movement of decision makers. In the afternoon we’ll delve into specific ways to address the power structures, then everyone will come together to review the material. The ACLU of Idaho and YOU are needed to keep fighting to preserve and promote our civil liberties in Idaho.

Come and learn from 9:00am to 5:00pm at the Idaho Statehouse on Saturday, January 13th 2018.

Don’t Let Distance Get in the Way!

We encourage people from outside of the Treasure Valley area to apply. The application has a space to request scholarship funds, and we also encourage applicants to crowd-fund or fundraise as they see fit in order to solidify their attendance. Please note: if you are requesting a travel scholarship for this year’s Activist Academy the deadline for your application is December 18, 2018. Notification of scholarships will be announced by Friday December 29th, 2018.  The ACLU of Idaho believes this training is valuable to anyone in Idaho who wants to work to create change, or protect the civil liberties that already exist in our state.

The application is located here: PDF iconACLU of Idaho 2018 Activist Academy Application.pdf

Please complete the application to be considered for this year’s Activist Academy.

The final deadline to apply is Friday January 5, 2018.

For more information or to submit your application in person please contact:

Jeremy Woodson
208 344 9750 x1211

The ACLU of Idaho Foundation educates the public about and defends and preserves the individual right and liberties guaranteed to all people in our nation by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America.

This training is made possible by the generous support of the Pride Foundation

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