Online-Course-Writing-For-Change-Page-HeaderAuthor/Activist Rivera Sun shares tips, tricks, lessons, and inspiration for everyone interested in writing for change. This 8-week, online course starts Jan 9th and runs until Feb 27th, meeting each week via Zoom video conferencing on Saturdays from 1:00-2:30pm ET. Creative projects and lively conversations each week!

Covering:

  • Rivera Sun’s Writing Tips & Tricks
  • Memoir with a Purpose
  • Blogging For Justice
  • Rebel Poetry
  • Personal Is Political Essays
  • Introduction to Social Protest Novels
    . . . and more!

If you are interested in using the power of the word to work for change, this course will set you on fire, give you practical tips, ignite your sense of possibility, and awaken your creativity!

Course runs Jan 9th-Feb 27th, Saturdays at 1:00-2:30pm ET. Please note, there will be no class on January 30th. You will need a free Zoom account, Internet access, and a few hours each week to jump into the writing project!

Online Course - Writing For Change
Author Rivera Sun shares tips, tricks, lessons, and inspiration for everyone interested in writing for change. This engaging 8-week course will cover everything from Rebel Poetry to "Memoirs With a Purpose" to "Personal Is Political" Essays, and even an introduction to social protest novels (like Rivera Sun's Dandelion Insurrection)! Course runs Jan 9th-Feb 27th, Saturdays at 1:00-2:30pm ET. Note: there will be no class on January 30th.
Available Qty: 11

Rivera Sun is the author of The Dandelion Insurrection, Billionaire Buddha and Steam Drills, Treadmills, and Shooting Stars, the cohost of Occupy Radio, and the cofounder of the Love-In-Action Network. She is also the social media coordinator forCampaign Nonviolence and Pace e Bene. Sun attended the James Lawson Institute on Strategic Nonviolent Resistance in 2014 and her essays on social justice movements appear in Truthout and Popular Resistance. www.riverasun.com

 

Psssst . . . did you know that Rivera is also offering an online course of The Dandelion Insurrection Study Guide to Making Change Through Nonviolent Action