Jun
29
6:00 pm18:00

Introduction to Nonviolent Direct Action

Intro to NVDA: This brief workshop offers an introduction to the history of Nonviolent Direct Action and its implementation as well as examples of intersectionality within our community/movements, affinity groups and their formation, consensus decision making, and a discussion on self-care and community care.

When: Thursday, June 29th 6-930pm

Location: The FANG Collective, 545 Pawtucket Ave.#113 Pawtucket, RI

Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/NLMVMcxQBr9N6YqG3

Please contact sherrie@thefangcollective.org for any questions about the training or for any childcare/accessibility needs.

About the facilitators:

The FANG Collective has been resisting Spectra's fracked-gas pipeline expansions for three years. FANG was the first organization to carry out direct actions targeting Spectra's "AIM" project in 2014. Since then, their group continued to grow and now host the NVDA centric campaigns: StopSpectra, TakeOnTextron, NoDAPLSolidarity, NoNewPowerplant. NoLNGinPVD, as well as provide trainings --- Intro to NVDA, Social Media in Action, Jail Support/Police Liaisoning, Security Culture, and Kingian Nonviolence.

FANG believes in empowering and supporting frontline communities to learn and develop the skills they identify as effective in their own campaigns. This has led to meaningful partnerships and collective resistance to fracked gas infrastructure along the East Coast.


 Intro to NVDA training - Providence
Apr
19
6:00 pm18:00

Intro to NVDA training - Providence

Intro to NVDA: This brief workshop offers an introduction to the history of Nonviolent Direct Action and its implementation as well as examples of intersectionality within our community/movements, affinity groups and their formation, consensus decision making, and a discussion on self-care and community care.

The FANG office - 545 Pawtucket Ave, #113 in Pawtucket, RI

Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/00nemsRBh5iFjgLu1

Please contact nick@thefangcollective.org for any childcare/accessibility needs.

About the facilitators:

The FANG Collective has been resisting Spectra's fracked-gas pipeline expansions for three years. FANG was the first organization to carry out direct actions targeting Spectra's "AIM" project in 2014. Since then, their group continued to grow and now host the NVDA centric campaigns: StopSpectra, TakeOnTextron, NoDAPLSolidarity, NoNewPowerplant. NoLNGinPVD, as well as provide trainings --- Intro to NVDA, Social Media in Action, Jail Support/Police Liaisoning, Security Culture, and Kingian Nonviolence.

FANG believes in empowering and supporting frontline communities to learn and develop the skills they identify as effective in their own campaigns. This has led to meaningful partnerships and collective resistance to fracked gas infrastructure along the East Coast.

Intro to NVDA Training: Worcester Edition
Mar
26
1:00 pm13:00

Intro to NVDA Training: Worcester Edition

  • Stone Soup

Intro to NVDA: This brief workshop offers an introduction to the history of Nonviolent Direct Action and its implementation as well as examples of intersectionality within our community/movements, affinity groups and their formation, consensus decision making, and a discussion on self-care and community care.

Teach In: Resistance to Fracked Gas Infrastructure
Mar
16
7:00 pm19:00

Teach In: Resistance to Fracked Gas Infrastructure

  • Stone Soup

Join members of The FANG Collective, Laura from Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station, and local community members // FANG Fam - Worcester to hear about the fight against frack gas infrastructure projects in "New England."

We will be discussing the history and current status of the #StopSpectra Campaign, additional pipeline projects, why they're a bad idea, and how you can join the resistance movement!

POC Intro to NVDA Training
Mar
15
6:00 pm18:00

POC Intro to NVDA Training

  • The FANG Collective

Intro to NVDA: This brief workshop offers an introduction to the history of Nonviolent Direct Action and its implementation as well as examples of intersectionality within our community/movements, affinity groups and their formation, consensus decision making, and a discussion on self-care and community care.

**** THIS TRAINING IS POC (person of color) ONLY****

Ride for Resistance: Voices from the Frontlines (Cambridge event)
Feb
7
7:00 pm19:00

Ride for Resistance: Voices from the Frontlines (Cambridge event)

Water protectors and indigenous warriors are coming to the east coast, STRAIGHT OUT OF STANDING ROCK. These Black Snake Killaz have been fighting for sacred water and are now on the road spreading knowledge and sharing their stories of rezistance fighting the DAPL.

Mothers Against Meth Alliance has been fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline from the very beginning, fighting the results of the black snake and addiction in both bodies and minds, beyond Standing Rock and long before, from the Pine Ridge reservation to wherever resource extraction is imposed onto our land and our people.

For more information about M.A.M.A. and the Ride For Resistance tour send us an email to sherrie@thefangcollective.org

There is a suggested donation of $5-$15. It's asked that you complete this official registration form: http://thefangcollective.org/cambridge-event

Here's the info for the event:

First Church in Cambridge
11 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA
February 7th, 7-9pm

Our warriors are faceless. They do not take credit for their hard work. They are not on NGO payrolls. Your donations are what keeps this movement and defense going! In addition to the suggested donation, you can also support the tour by send contributions via PayPal to: : Julzzzzrich@gmail.com

Ride For Resistance: From Standing Rock to RI
Feb
4
6:30 pm18:30

Ride For Resistance: From Standing Rock to RI

Water protectors and indigenous warriors are coming to the east coast, STRAIGHT OUT OF STANDING ROCK. These Black Snake Killaz have been fighting for sacred water and are now on the road spreading knowledge and sharing their stories of rezistance fighting the DAPL.

Mothers Against Meth Alliance has been fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline from the very beginning, fighting the results of the black snake and addiction in both bodies and minds, beyond Standing Rock and long before, from the Pine Ridge reservation to wherever resource extraction is imposed onto our land and our people.

For more information about M.A.M.A. and the Ride For Resistance tour send us an email to sherrie@thefangcollective.org

There is a suggested donation of $5-$15. It's asked that you complete this official registration form: http://thefangcollective.org/providence-event

Our warriors are faceless. They do not take credit for their hard work. They are not on NGO payrolls. Your donations are what keeps this movement and defense going! In addition to the suggested donation, you can also support the tour by send contributions via PayPal to: : MIN25DEE@YAHOO.COM

 

Ride For Resistance - From Standing Rock to Northampton
Feb
3
7:00 pm19:00

Ride For Resistance - From Standing Rock to Northampton

Water protectors and indigenous warriors are coming to the east coast, STRAIGHT OUT OF STANDING ROCK. These Black Snake Killaz have been fighting for sacred water and are now on the road spreading knowledge and sharing their stories of rezistance fighting the DAPL.

Mothers Against Meth Alliance has been fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline from the very beginning, fighting the results of the black snake and addiction in both bodies and minds, beyond Standing Rock and long before, from the Pine Ridge reservation to wherever resource extraction is imposed onto our land and our people.

For more information about M.A.M.A. and the Ride For Resistance tour send us an email to sherrie@thefangcollective.org

There is a suggested donation of $5-$15. It's asked that you complete this official registration form: http://thefangcollective.org/northampton-event

Here is the info for the event:
February 4th, 7-9pm
Pioneer Valley Workers Center
20 Hampton Ave, Suite 200, Northampton MA

Our warriors are faceless. They do not take credit for their hard work. They are not on NGO payrolls. Your donations are what keeps this movement and defense going! In addition to the suggested donation, you can also support the tour by send contributions via PayPal to: : Julzzzzrich@gmail.com

Intro to Nonviolent Direct Action // Training
Jan
30
6:00 pm18:00

Intro to Nonviolent Direct Action // Training

  • The FANG Collective

Intro to NVDA & Affinity Group Building: This brief workshop offers an introduction to the history of Nonviolent Direct Action and its implementation as well as examples of intersectionality within our community/movements, affinity groups and their formation, consensus decision making, and a discussion on self-care and community care.

Training will take place in the FANG Collective's office at 545 Pawtucket Ave. Pawtucket, RI. Park in the lot and enter building through lots entrance and follow the wolf signs!

Please register for this training and contact sherrie@thefangcollective.org for any childcare/accessibility needs.