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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS, ORGANIZERS, EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS

The following core seminars can be held onsite at POOR Magazine's campus or at your school, office, organization or university. Please choose a focus from the list below or we can customize a program or workshop for your participants.

To schedule an event, please download an application(pdf or doc format) and email it to deeandtiny@poormagazine.org.

    Fees*
  • 60 minute one time workshop $300.00
  • 90 minute one time workshop $450.00
  • 2hour one time workshop $600.00
  • 6 week program (focused on one of the core seminars listed below) $3,000.00

*These fees are negotiable for non–profit organizations


CORE SEMINARS 2008–09

DECONSTRUCTING CASE MANAGEMENT; RECONSTRUCTING REAL SERVICE PROVISION

Independence; Individuation, and Western Psychological Models that Shape our Frame of Sanity and Pathology
Separation Versus Restoration: Confronting the Western Model of Family Crisis Treatment
ROOTS OF POVERTY
Race and Disability
The History of Poverty, Racism and the Roots of Service Provision in a U.S. Model
The Criminalization of Poverty I: The Roots of ...
The Criminalization of Poverty II: The Laws
The Criminalization of Poverty III: Underground Economic Strategies
TRAVEL, TOURISM, AND THE FETISHIZATION OF SCHOOL ACTIVISM
Default Colonization
Connecting the Global to Local Poverty Dots
21st Century Missionary
THE REVOLUTION BEGINS WITH I (REVOLUTIONARY MEDIA PRODUCTION)
The Myth of Objectivity
Language Domination and the Roots of Linguistic Privilege
Revolutionary Development: The Pimp ho Philanthropy Story and the Roots of Philanthropy in the U.S.
Professional Development Seminar, Workshops, and Trainings

All Programs and Seminars / Registration and Fees


Leadership, Media and Arts Education for children, youth, families and individuals struggling with poverty

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