Octavia's Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements Portland Book Release!

Come celebrate the release of the new anthology Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements!
Featuring readings by:
Co-editor Walidah Imarisha
Contributor Gabriel Teodros
Contributor David F. Walker
Audio recording of Mumia Abu Jamal reading his essay
Onsite collaborative print making with attendees–walk away with a FREE print!
IPRC
1001 SE Division, Portland, OR
Monday, June 15th 7 – 9 pm
Supported by: Independent Publishing Resource Center, Bitch Media, Momentum Alliance, Institute for Anarchist Studies
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For the Long Haul: Care, Intention, and Steadiness in Radical Organizing with the IAS' Chris Dixon

For the Long Haul: Care, Intention, and Steadiness in Radical Organizing
Pour le long terme : Prise en charge, dessein et stabilité dans l’organisation radicale
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Sunday, May 24, 11am-12:45pm
Centre d’éducation populaire de la Petite-Bourgogne et de St-Henri (CEDA)
2515 rue Delisle (métro Lionel-Groulx) – Room #123 Montreal, Canada
Anti-authoritarians across North America face many similar challenges as we work to build movements capable of transforming the world: How can we manifest our values through our organizing? How can we move beyond self-selected activist circles? How can we avoid getting stuck in dead-end ways of doing things? Drawing on interviews with experienced organizers, this workshop will distill lessons for developing effective, visionary movements and open a space to discuss what we are learning together.

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"The Capitalist Climate,” a talk with Paul Messersmith-Glavin

All Power to the Imagination, 8th Annual Conference

New College of Florida,

Sarasota, Florida

April 17th – 19th

Capitalist Climate Tab
This discussion will address how capitalism is responsible for the climate crisis, looking at how it intersects with patriarchy and racism in creating a changed climate.  We will explore to what degree, if any, capitalism is capable of solving the crisis,  and the opening this presents to revolutionaries.  We will also explore how the climate crisis offers those of us organizing in oppositional movements the ability to link various struggles. We will examine the threat our situation poses, but also the opportunity it offers to fundamentally transform society.

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New IAS Newsletter

Get our latest grant deadline, meet our new board members, learn how to submit to Perspectives on Anarchist Theory and read more exciting news here.

New IAS Newsletter

Get our latest grant deadline, meet our new board members, learn how to submit to Perspectives on Anarchist Theory and read more exciting news here.