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DCDesi is now East Coast Solidarity Summer! Apply today!
It will be held in NYC, August 8-10 for youth 15-21 years old. Deadline is May 31. Please share this post with your friends, organizations, schools, student clubs, and fellow organizers and activists!
East Coast Solidarity Summer (ECSS) is a weekend-long leadership and empowerment program for youth of South Asian and Desi heritage who are passionate about social justice.
ECSS provides a radical and inclusive space for youth of South Asian/Desi heritage (including those of mixed heritage) to examine key social justice issues and take action! Past workshops have included topics such as identity, immigration, sexism, racism, mental health, and capitalism. The goal of the retreat is to engage participants in critical reflection, coalition building, activism, and organizing. We believe that a united, educated, and inspired collective of young activists and organizers is crucial to creating social change both locally and globally.
PLEASE SHARE & BOOST — First priority applications for the lifechanging Bay Area Solidarity Summer’s South Asian youth social justice program are due by Mar 31! The camp for 15-21 year olds runs Aug 7-11. BASS is a place to share ideas, learn how to lead real campaigns for change, find mentors, and be inspired.
Learn more about Bay Area Solidarity Summer at www.SolidaritySummer.org
Got questions about this lifechanging program? Want to talk to organizers or alumni? Leave a comment below, message us via Facebook, or email us at email@example.com. A limited amount of scholarships are available!
Still accepting applications - if you are a South Asian American teen that wants to have as much fun and have as much of a life changing moment as the people in this video APPLY TODAY at www.solidaritysummer.org . Slots are fill up fast, deadline rolling! We have a GREAT lineup for 2012, you don’t want to miss it!
It’s time to get BASS-ed!
The Bay Area Solidarity Summer (BASS) is a summer camp to develop leadership skills for 15-21 year old youth in the South Asian American community. BASS is a five-day four-night camp from August 2-6th in Berkeley where participants will learn about progressive issues, gain organizing skills, connect with South Asian activists and practice leadership.
Interested in applying? Visit www.solidaritysummer.org and apply by May 25th. We only have 25 spots available so the sooner you apply, the better your chances! And be sure to like us at www.facebook.com/BayAreaSolidaritySummer
Logo designed by Sabiha Basri of Design Action Collective circa 2012.
This summer will be the first ever Bay Area Solidarity Summer (BASS). We are looking for Desi teens to participate, volunteers, and funds. Will you be there?
On July 22nd, South Asian American teenagers from across the San Francisco Bay Area will convene for a life-changing experience. The youth will be attending the first ever Bay Area Solidarity Summer (BASS), a four-day leadership camp for youth of South Asian heritage seeking to learn about progressive issues, gain organizing skills, connect with other South Asian activists, and develop themselves into leaders. The all-inclusive camp will provide space for young people to learn skills on how to be a social activist, as well as learn about issues affecting the South Asian community both locally and globally.
BASS is open to youth of South Asian heritage ranging in age from 14 to 19 years old. The camp costs only $50, which covers all housing and food expenses for four days and three nights. Held in the beautiful Center for Third World Organizing Training and Retreat Center (often described as the “CTWO Mansion”), the intense camp will cover a wide range of issues such as Creative Arts and Action, Racial Profiling, Hip Hop Revolutionaries, and Environmental Justice. An important component of the curriculum will be a look back at the 100 years of history of South Asian Bay Area student activism. [link]
Event poster circa 2011 and designed by Sabiha Basrai.
Logo for the awesome D.C. Desi Summer, a summer camp held in D.C. for South Asian youth. Logo designed by Nafisa Ferdous circa 2011.