The Baltimore Free School is a grassroots, collectively run and community-funded project, with a classroom inside Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse at 30 W. North Ave. Building upon a long tradition of horizontal organizing, collaborative learning and participatory education, we believe that the empowerment of people of all ages and backgrounds to share and learn is vital to the health of any community. To that end, we work toward creating a space where the exchange of ideas can occur without the exchange of money; a space where we can learn to relate to each other in new and meaningful ways. By building this infrastructure, we hope to form a microcosm of the world in which we want to live.Click here to get started submitting a proposal. If you want to get involved with organizing the Free School, or have any questions about the project or the course process, please contact us at email@example.com.
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This workshop will:
1. Talk about the disinvestment in public education and the corporatization of higher education that has led to crazy costs and the terrible treatment of academic labor;
2. Discuss Student Debt and practical ways for people who have student debt to manage it; and
3. Discuss what we can do to keep future generations out of debt – both better understanding the current loan and grant system but also how can we advocate for free community college and ultimately free higher education.
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This group began as a book club offshoot of Young Queer Women of Baltimore, an informal organization of queer women ages 20-40 residing in the Baltimore metro area. We meet monthly to discuss the books which are chosen by suggestions from bibliophile attendees, drawn from a bag before each meeting.
This course is for persons who want to make some change or transformation in their life, and are interested in using their dreams to help in that process.
We meet monthly to discuss socialist politics, typically structuring our discussion around readings from Jacobin magazine. Our conversations are lively and non-doctrinaire; no prior experience is necessary. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.