‘Activism Labs’ at CSU-San Marcos to Teach Students New Protest Tactics

, Spencer Irvine, 1 Comment

Sounds like a good use of taxpayer dollars in California?

The first seminar, subtitled “More Than A Hashtag,” focused on ways that student activists can enhance their protest game by moving beyond social media activism.

“Learn…strategies and tactics when organizing non-violent protests for today’s generation of activists.”   

The seminar highlighted the culture of Native Americans, praising their “Matriarchal” society and saying it should be honored today by “not being afraid to call ourselves feminists.”

It also emphasized the importance of ensuring that protests are “intersectional, communal, and whole” by acknowledging the differences of those engaged in activism, as well as “horizontal,” by accepting everybody as equals.