Indigenous Peoples have always held the critical intersection of the struggles for social and ecological justice, and we’re honored to reinforce their power with action skills.
10 years ago, Indigenous leaders from throughout North America responded to a call to build an Indigenous direct action network to bring community-led direct action skills and strategies to Indigenous communities. They developed the Indigenous Peoples Power Project- IP3 and housed it at Ruckus.
Since our first action camp in 2005, IP3 has skilled up over 150 Indigenous direct action leaders with the ability to engage in, train and coordinate non violent direct action. We’ve hosted 3 direct action training camps and over 50 community action trainings throughout North America, as well as coordinated and supported actions here and around the world.
Indigenous Peoples have always held the critical intersection of the struggles for social and ecological justice and we’re building power.
10 years later, we’re calling in the next generation of Indigenous leaders to build their direct action training and coordination skills. To mark this momentous occasion, IP3 and Ruckus are hosting a training for Indigenous direct action trainers!
Announcing the IP3 Training for Indigenous Trainers
August 28th through 31st at the Woodbine Ecology Center in Colorado
See our full camp announcement here
IP3 and Ruckus recognize the critical role of Indigenous Peoples in movements of resistance and the struggles for self determination, sovereignty, human rights, climate justice and so much more. We believe in expanding power from within communities to fight for the solutions to ecological destruction and for self-determination.
Do you believe in building Power and Capacity in Indigenous Communities?
Stay tuned for other exciting training announcements. Our action practitioners are busy brewing up new action training modules and training camps in 2015. Coming Soon!
In the Struggle,
The IP3 Planning Core