UNSIF Liberation Spring Semester 2018: Name Your Struggle

March 14, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm America/New York Timezone
Project South

“Continued learning is the basis for being richly alive.” – SEPTIMA CLARK

Learn with us as the Universidad Sin Fronteras Atlanta Campus presents the 2018 “Liberation Spring Semester Course: Name Your Struggle” from 6 to 8 p.m. every Wednesday March 14 through April 11 at the 9 Gammon Mutual Aid Liberation Center. Open to all ages.

FOR MORE INFO: bassey@projectsouth.org or 404-622-0602


We believe that when we can name something that is challenging, we can learn how to deal with it in better ways. We are in a time when people and families are struggling to meet basic needs. This course gives you the opportunity to take part in the changes you would like to see in your community.

We all have different struggles and different solutions. How do we make sense of the world without alienating ourselves from it? Give voice to your memories and transform them so we can share knowledge. How are you and all your relations affected by systems of oppression? By sharing your story, you’ll help us understand how those systems work. Help us build a movement for change. We need your contribution!


“I would like to personally invite you to our first Universidad Sin Fronteras course for 2018, a university without borders. The difference in this school is that there is no teacher — we are all teachers and we are all learners. We need more voices like yours at the table because many times it is the same people. We need your voice, your life experiences and what you’ve learned to help broaden our perspective.” – BASSEY ETUK, Project South Education Organizer and UNSIF Atlanta facilitator