[tor-teachers] tor teachers -- politics

Kate Krauss kate at torproject.org
Mon Oct 19 15:14:16 UTC 2015


Teaching Tor anywhere, really, is political, because it
shields users from spying, including by governments. Including spying by
their own government, from the US to Ethiopia. That doesn't mean that
it's particularly partisan (in the US, that would mean an issue owned by
the Democratic Party of the Republican Party) but it is political.

Why are you interested in teaching people to use Tor? :)
Who are you hoping to reach, and how can we support them and you?


Where are you hosting the classes? What
> promotional tools are available to you? I teach all of my classes at
> libraries, which means I can use their built-in publicity resources.
> Alison
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