What is your voice? How and when do you use your voice? Why use your voice?
We all come from different experiences, backgrounds, and are born with different skills and passions. No one voice is the same. Some may protest racial injustices by walking in solidarity and others may organize the protest, getting all the proper documentation in order. Some may write a song for gender equality and others may perform that song. The beauty is, no voice is better than another.
The theme for this year’s ILC is Finding Your Voice: Advocating for Inclusion & Respect and it’s all about how to find and use YOUR VOICE!
ILC will take place at Temple University’s Howard Gittis Student Center on February 11th from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Last year we saw close to 400 student leaders from 22 different schools in the Greater Philadelphia region. You can find more info at campusphilly.org/leadership. Check to see if your school has a group registration and sign up with them, or you can register yourself here.
As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out via email or phone.
Campus Philly Program Manager
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