I speak frequently on campuses and at conferences on the history of student activism and student government, and on the state of the American student movement today.
This year I’ve spoken at student conferences in Wisconsin and New Jersey, given invited talks in Missouri and California, and participated in panels at Netroots Nation and the National Student Power Convergence. In the recent past I’ve spoken three times at the Center for American Progress, at several annual meetings of the United States Student Association (USSA), at a symposium on international student activism in Croatia, and at a documentary screening at Lincoln Center in New York City.
In addition to speaking on the past and present of student organizing I also regularly lead more practical workshops on topics such as the use of social media in student organizing, the role of white students in anti-racist work, and the effective and inclusive use of Robert’s Rules of Order.
If you’d like to discuss bringing me to your campus or event, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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