Applications for the Freedom Fellowship due May 6th! & Checkout great coding opportunity!

posted May 1, 2017, 1:36 PM by L Williams
Below is a quick reminder of the CFS fellowship -- note extended deadline!  Please see me if you have questions.
Also, today is the last day to apply for this free great coding camp opportunity.
And, if you want information about Chicago May Day today, here's the main website.  
All the best,
S. Elliott

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Date: Mon, May 1, 2017 at 6:06 AM
Subject: Deadline Extended! Applications for the Freedom Fellowship due May 6th!

"The revolution has always been in the hands of the young." 

-Huey P. Newton, co-founder of the Black Panther Party

Young people ages 14-17 who identify as Asian, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Middle Eastern, multiracial and/or youth of color...

Are you passionate about social justice?

Are you looking for tools to make positive change in your community?

Do you want to build diverse friendships and a family with like-minded peers and supportive adults? 

Do you want to develop your voice, skills, and power to fight injustice? 

Join Chicago Freedom School's 


Applications due May 6, 2017

During the Fellowship, you will....
  • Learn about the history of social movements
  • Study current issues like racism, access to healthy food, school to prison pipeline, sexism, heterosexism, violence and peacemaking, climate change, and more
  • Develop leadership and community organizing skills
  • Design and lead action to make change in schools and communities
  • Go on an overnight Healing Retreat
  • Make friends and have fun!
For more information contact Tony, (office) 312.435.1201 or

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Shanti Elliott
Director of Civic Engagement
Francis W. Parker School
330 W. Webster Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 797-5402

“Justice is what love looks like in public.”

~ Cornel West