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    • Roosevelt| Campus NetworkThink 2040 Phase I: VisionBonner Summer Leadership Institute, 2011
      Taylor Jo Isenberg, Deputy Director
      Dante Barry, Chapter Services Coordinator
    • Why Roosevelt?
    • What do you want the world to look like in 2040?
      To some generations much is given,
      of other generations much is expected.
      –Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    • Questions? Ask! We’ll be walking around.
      Breakout #1: Goals and Outcomes
      Tell me and I forget.
      Teach me and I remember.
      Involve me and I learn.
      - Benjamin Franklin
    • Breakout #2: Values
      Major social movements eventually fade into
      the landscape not because they have diminished
      but because they have become a permanent part of our perceptions and experience.
      - Freda Adler
    • What were your goals and outcomes for 2040? What Values shape your vision?
    • The Curriculum: What are the challenges we face today?
      When an individual is protesting society’s refusal to acknowledge his dignity as a human being, his very act of protest confers dignity on him.
      - Bayard Rustin
    • Breakout #3: Measureable Outcomes
    • Next Steps: Your Big Idea(Clear minds, full hearts, can’t lose)
      The great thing about social movements is everybody
      gets to be a part of them.
      - Jim Wallis
    • Interested in Roosevelt?
      Visit www.roosveltcampusnetwork.org and www.think2040.org
      or
      Email us at tisenberg@rooseveltinstitute.orgdbarry@rooseveltinstitute.org