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School Day

(suggesting a school curriculum yet-to-come, while enjoying it in realtime)

Free, All-Ages

Sat, July 9, 2022

Drop-in class schedule

Revolution, permaculture, indigenous wisdom, non-violent direction action, music, ecofeminist polyamory... choose your own adventure


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Drop-In Class Schedule

8:00 AM

Yogurt with Fruit

free breakfast
Room: Kitchen and outside patio

9:00 AM-9:50 AM

1st period

10:00 AM-10:50 AM

2nd period

11:00 AM-11:50 AM

3rd period

  • Superhero Training for the Revolution: Building new worlds by connecting to our creative energies through stories, art, and movement, with Esther Meroño Baro/ Movement Building Medicine. Room 201

  • Non-violent Direct Action Workshop: Who has changed the world and how can I do the same?, with Milo Grace/ Fridays For Future Utah + (Milo social: IG YT). Room 202

  • Combating Climate Change and the Loss of Biodiversity through America’s Red Rock Wilderness Act. We are going to cover the history of climate change and the decline of flora and fauna in the United States and how the ARRWA can help to reduce the human influence on these issues, with Keegan Galloro/ Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA). Room 207

11:55 AM-12:55 PM

free lunch
Room: Kitchen and outside patio

Woman with Crate of Vegetables

1:00 PM-1:50 PM

4th period

  • Georgie Talks Non Monogamy: A discussion on non traditional relationship dynamics, the poor representation of them in media, and how to use communication skills to navigate all relationships, with Georgie Corkery/ Long Hair Do Care Podcast. Room 201

  • Circle Up Training:  Learn how to facilitate intersectional justice among eco/BIPOC/LGBTQI activists and other(ed) peers at your high school.  You will get the chance to practice these skills today at 2pm at the Closing Circle Up and in the Fall, at East High School. With Dr. David Dominguez/ Ecotopia Now!. Room 202

  • Sunrise Panel: a conversation with climate activists. Hosted by: Missy Sifre and Adair Kovac/ Sunrise Movement. Room 207

2:00 PM-2:45 PM


  • small group youth-facilitated circle-ups, followed by a large group closing circle. Room: Commons

2:45 PM-3:30 PM

open hang out

  • Open time to just hang out and chat with students and mentors. Clean up too. Room: Outside patio

U comin'?

Help us get a headcount for food, by RSVP'ing below:

I'm excited to eat with you:

Thanks for RSVP'ing. We'll see you soon!

covid & Accessibility info:

  • We are following the COVID-19 Policies of Spy Hop campus. Masks are optional.

  • Ecotopian School Day is not providing masks and sanitizer, so we encourage you to bring your own if you'd want them accessible.

  • Mobility: Spy Hop is an ADA-compliant facility, including elevator and restrooms. Chairs are provided in each classroom.

  • Although we will not be live-streaming, all the classes will be filmed and uploaded to Youtube in the days following "Ecotopian School Day." (This also helps to prevent FOMO since there are so many cool classes. Don't worry, you won't miss anything).

Ecotopian School Day is a project of Ecotopia Now!, individuals from Fridays For Future Utah, Granite Clean Energy Campaign, Utah Youth Environmental Solutions, and more. Special thanks to our friends at Spy Hop in SLC for hosting, Food Not Bombs SLC for lunch supplies, and Vertical Diner for free coffee. For more info feel free to holler at: info *(at symbol)* 

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