The 2022 Encampment – Week One: Forming a Social Justice Community

The 2022 Encampment – Week One: Forming a Social Justice Community

In the first week of the 2022 Encampment, Encampers started forming their community, sharing their cultures, exploring the surrounding community cultures and learning about the history of resistance to social injustice. As always in the EFC approach, we ask questions and emphasize the importance of asking questions in the leadership process.

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The 2022 Encampment Has Begun

The 2022 Encampment Has Begun

Encampers from New York, South Carolina, New Jersey, California, Virginia, Connecticut, Washington, Massachusetts and Texas have arrived to form the 2022 Encampment community.

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Eleanor Roosevelt with 1946 Encampers

2019 Encampment.

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This program helped me grow a lot as a person.

… I learned to be more open-minded and obtained a different perspective on life. I have become more confident, and that’s something I really needed. I’m ready to go back to my community and be a leader. I am planning to create a club at my school that will provide career education and guidance toward reaching the level of education required.


2019 Encamper, Thessaloniki, Greece

We are strengthening democracy by creating community.