The 2023 Encampment is
July 6-25, Thousand Oaks, CA
Young people ages 15-18
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The InterGen Café: Community Care in the Face of Injustice
An intergenerational group of EFC alums and supporters got together on Zoom to talk about how we can collectively address community care in the face of the racial, gender-based and environmental injustices we see in social media.
The InterGen Café: Creating Community Care in the Face of Injustice
Our focus is sharing tools and resources with each other to remedy this isolation and community fatigue in the face of injustice.
The 2023 Encampment – A Next-Step Program for Youth Activists
Join peer activists, slightly older allies and EFC’s team of anti-racist educators for a hands-on program designed to take your leadership and organizing skills to the next level.
The InterGen Café: A Community Navigating Institutional Racism
On January 15, 41 alums and supporters had an informal intergenerational Zoom conversation about how to navigate institutional racism.
How do we know we are having an impact in developing youth leaders?
In this video, Jaden and Jason each focus on crucial life and social justice skills they learned at the Encampment.
The InterGen Café: Navigating Institutional Racism
Navigating Institutional Racism: How can you make changes in the racism you have faced in high school and college, keeping your conviction & meeting your requirements?
Interview with Hausson Byrd — Art & Social Justice
Encampment: 2014 Chicago, IL
Residence at time of Encampment:
Lives in: North Carolina
Interview with Herb Raffaele: Societal Values – Conservation’s Driving Force
Herb Raffaele, EFC 1963 Puerto Rico, has more than five decades of experience in international wildlife conservation. He has led global efforts to conserve endangered species such as tigers, elephants and gorillas, and much more.
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