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RootsCamp Ohio 2014 is Coming

Saturday, April 19th


It's about Ohioans talking with Ohioans.


Rootscamp is back in Ohio with a new date. This will be your chance to dialogue with Ohio’s progressive activists, organizers, leaders, techies, fundraisers and bloggers.

We'll share innovations, failures, old wisdom and new discoveries, with an eye toward:

  • Sharing our thoughts and experiences.

  • Building organization and sustainability in Ohio's progressive movement.


Who:         Progressives from across the state.


When:       Saturday, April 19th, 2014

                   Sign-in starts at 9:00 AM and the opening session is at 10:00 AM.


Where:     Ohio Civil Service Employees Association (OCSEA)

                   390 Worthington Rd. Ste. A

                   Westerville, OH  43082-8329                 



How:           Get your free tickets today.


What is a RootsCamp?


Frances Addresses A Full House


RootsCamps are participant driven, using the "unconference" or "open space" format that is born from the desire for activists, organizers, leaders and politicians to share and learn in a productive, fast-paced, open environment. RootsCamp is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from participants. 


Initiated by the New Organizing Institute and based on the phenomenally successful BarCamp model, RootsCamps are self-organized. This open format never fails to yield an astounding exchange of information, spin-off projects, and cross-pollination among unexpected partners. 


Anyone with something to contribute or with the desire to learn is welcome and invited to join. 


When you come, be prepared to share with other rootscampers. 


When you leave, be prepared to share it with the world.


No Spectators, Only Participants

Attendees should give a demo, a session, or help with one, or otherwise volunteer / contribute in some way to support the event. All presentations are scheduled the day they happen.


The Heart Of RootsCamp: Attendee Led Breakouts

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