How do I start a Blue Freedom club at my school/campus?
Speak with the leadership at your school about starting a club- that would be the best place to start. Feel free to reference them to bluefreedom.org and bluefreedomresourcehub.org, we are always happy to speak with teachers about student programs.
How often should my group meet?
As often as you would like. Create a schedule that works best for your school and fellow classmates.
Can clubs participate in grassroots activities?
Absolutely. While Blue Freedom cannot necessarily support all grassroots protests or causes that a club may decide to support, with the faculty’s permission, clubs may participate in reaching out to the public through campaigns pertaining to ending cetacean captivity.
Can I make a website/blog/webpage for my club?
Sure! Feel totally free to make social media pages for your club as well. Feel free to use our badge:
Can my club have a name other than “Blue Freedom”?
Absolutely. Just keep the title pertaining directly to cetaceans and/or stopping cetacean captivity, and we also ask that you keep “a Blue Freedom club (or) group” as the tagline.
Can I hand out resources to the public?
If it is permitted by the school’s faculty, yes. Feel free to reach out to the public.
If I have additional questions, who can I get in touch with?
Abbie, our campaign manager, would be happy to answer any questions you may have. She can be reached at email@example.com
Can Blue Freedom educators come and meet with my group?
Yes, possibly. If you are interested in having one or more of our educators come to meet with your club, please just send us a request with details about your school’s location and your project.
Can I show Voiceless at my club meet(s) when it is released?
Totally! That’s what Voiceless is for.
Can I organize additional activities beyond what is listed within the resource page?
Sure- let your creativity run wild. The resources are just to help you get started.