Harsha Walia in Washington and Oregon!
Join us to hear Harsha discuss her recent book Undoing Border Imperialism, an Anarchist Interventions title published by the IAS and AK Press, as well as her extensive work building immigrant rights movements within a transnational analysis of capitalism, settler colonialism, state building, and radicalized empire. Harsha delves into the challenging questions that face us as activists and organizers today and explores strategies to overcome the borders within our movements in order to cultivate fierce, loving, and sustainable communities of resistance.
Sponsored and organized by: the Portland Central America Solidarity Committee, the Institute For Anarchist Studies (IAS), PCC MEChA, Yakima County Dream Team, the Hella 503 Collective, Bring Them Home Oregon, Students for Palestinian Equal Rights, Yakima County Dream Team, Abolish Cops and Prisons, and the PCASC Prison Abolition Squad
List of events
–Thursday, October 9th 12-2pm – Oregon State – Memorial Union Room 208
6-8pm- Portland State University – Native American Student Center – Community panel on solidarity, decolonization, and connecting our struggles – organized by Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights (SUPER)
– Friday, October 10th – 4-6pm – Reed College – Vollum Lecture Hall – Organized/sponsored by Multicultural Affairs and Anthropology Department
7-8:30pm – Portland Community College – Southest Center – Community event organized by PCC MEChA, La Collectiva/Bring Them Home NW
-Thursday, October 16th 7-9pm – Buiren, WA – Community event organized by Ni Uno Mas & Tacoma Hunger Strike Solidarity Group
-Friday, October 17th 12-1:30pm – Evergreen State College – Organized by Abolish Cops and Prisons Student Group
4-6pm – Lewis & Clark College – Templeton Student Center in Stamm Dining Hall
-Saturday, October 18th 11am-12:30pm – Yakima Community Event – Organized by the Yakima County Dream Team
More Info at: WWW.PCASC.NET