...understand how a human rights framework can help us to connect the struggles for such issues as racial justice, clean water and the war on the poor and then move those connections to action.
Participants will include "national and local activists, educators and human service workers along with people who are directly affected by human rights violations."
If you're affected by human rights violations in any way, you can get involved by attending or participating in the summit. You can also support the summit and its participants by helping SWAA with the logistics. They are especially in need of hosts for their out-of-town participants. These include speakers and leaders, as well as a delegation of residents from Flint, Michigan who will be sharing first-hand accounts of the water crisis there. Host homes for these guests, as well as transportation to and from the summit, are key needs.
Check in with Isaac Jacobs, who is a SWAA member and can answer questions or put you in touch with other summit organizers.