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Colleges Summit Home Page
 
Stony Brook Contact
Please contact us if you would like to join the planning team. 
We welcome you energy & ideas!

Simone & Claire simonette815 AT gmail.com
Dr. Charles L. Robbins 631-444-3164-office

AGENDA Fliers
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Stony Brook In the News
Stony Brook Statesman
2/1/07

 

 
 

Summit Ideas

Download: Sample Agendas [pdf]

Spoken word/Music

Tables for petitions

Congress members will be in their home districts this week: invite them to attend your summit!

Invite speakers (professors who focus on the Gulf Coast or poverty/racism, students that have gone to the Gulf Coast to rebuild, labor and religious leaders)

Invite a displaced person from your community to speak

Show Spike Lee's "When the Levees Broke"

Organize an Art/Photo Show about the Gulf Coast

 Request a GCCWP DVD: Community Television Interview & Kevin and Kwame's documentary

 Study University of Michigan's Roosevelt Relief Policy Publication [pdf coming]

 Study Columbia's "On The Edge – The Louisiana Child & Family Health Study [pdf]

 

 


We invite you to join the Post-Katrina College Summit at Stony Brook University.  Various events will happen the week of April 9-14. 
Help us refocus the nation on Katrina rebuilding! 

The Gulf Coast Civic Works Project is the national effort to develop federal legislation to create 100,000 jobs for Gulf Coast residents to rebuild their communities.  Email Congress today: click hereAlso, you can sign the Petition on-line: click here.

Our agenda is now available, download to the left.  We will show Spike Lee's video "When the Levees Broke," have student speakers who went to the Gulf Coast in January and music. 

Join us for as many events as possible!  If you would like to join our planning team, please email us. 

The Gulf Coast is not forgotten!
 

 

 



Gulf Coast Civic Works Project 2006 - 2007