The Orange Movement

The orange movement is an organization on campus inspired by abolitionist Orange Scott in order to raise awareness for human trafficking and speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves.

Leadership

Liz Stowell – elizabeth.stowell@okwustudents.edu

Sarah Sapp – sarah.sapp@okwustudents.edu

Marci Piper, Faculty Advisor – mpiper@okwu.edu

Membership

Joining

To join, contact Sarah, Liz, or Marci.

Cost

None.

Participation

Team members are asked to participate in a weekly bible study on prayer and. In addition, they are to involve themselves through volunteering and aiding the team as needed, as well as being present at Orange Movement events. Participants also help with recruiting new members, and ultimately offer whatever gifts and talents they can in order to help the movement grow.

Calendar

Events include fundraising runs, Orange Week, a weekly group Bible study, community outreach, learning first-hand from abolitionists through visits or video chats, and raising awareness through fun activities. More information to follow.

Check the calendar for the latest events.

Connect

Find The Orange Movement:

On the web: theorangemovement.com

On social media: Facebook and Twitter