November 14, 2015
9am - 6pm

The SOCIAL JUSTICE BOOTCAMP is a day-long event featuring visionary speakers, hands-on workshops, and exciting discussions about what high-impact social change looks like, and how to make a difference!

This event is perfect for anyone who wants a deeper understanding of critical social justice issues, strategies for getting involved in social justice work, and a connection to a community of like-minded people! 

Chitra Aiyar, Executive Director, Sadie Nash Leadership Project
Michera Brooks, Counsel, Achievement First
Ria Tabacco Mar, ACLU Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender & AIDS Project
Steven Choi, Executive Director, NY Immigration Coalition
Robert Gangi, Executive Director, Police Reform Organizing Project
Katy Rubin, Executive Director, Theatre of the Oppressed
Suzy Myers-Jackson, Executive Director, Opening Act
Jarrett Murphy, Executive Director & Publisher, City Limits Magazine
Kevin Ryan, Program Director, New York Foundation
ReNika Moore, Section Chief of Civil Enforcement, NY Attorney General Labor Bureau



  • What Does “Social Justice” Really Mean?  
  • Current Issues & Themes in Immigration, Education, LGBTQ Issues, Poverty, and Criminal Justice. 
  • Breakout Workshop: Mapping Your Social Justice Plans 
  • Models of Inclusive Activism: Theater of the Oppressed
  • Building A Purpose-Driven Career: Social Change in the Fields of Art, Law, Media, and Philanthropy!

PLUS: All participants receive a Social Justice Toolkit and membership in RAP's online Social Justice Network!


Register today!   

November 14, 2015 at 9am - 6pm
Skadden Arps Law Office
4 Times Sq
New York, NY 10036
United States
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Will you come?

$75.00 Social Justice Bootcamp Ticket
General Admission
$50.00 Student Ticket