Winter 2014 Un-Conference

Join us for our annual conference! Campus organizers from across the country will be getting together this February to talk about how we can take power over our endowment.  We'll get together for three days in NYC, where REC's office is located.

We'll be meeting with prison justice organizations, environmental justice organizations, and staff from community development financial institutions.  We'll also be having space to un-conference: workshop the concepts you want to workshop, hang out, and learn together.  Workshops will be led by students and staff.  If you are interested in presenting a workshop, or have a request for a workshop, contact Lauren and Rose at

Let us know you are interested in coming by filling out this form

Housing will be provided.

February 07, 2014 at 5pm - February 09, 2014
New York City
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