In the run up to pride season our gender and sexuality working group are holding their third open meeting to discuss these issues, their intersection with anarchism, and plan actions.
Thursday, 16 May 2019 from 19:00-21:00 at Freedom bookshop, 84b Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX
We will be holding our second open meeting on Saturday 4th of May in Halkevi Turkish and Kurdish Cultural Centre in Dalston starting at 3pm.
The full address is: 31-33 Dalston Lane, E8 3DF
Come along if you want to find out more about how you can get involved with the Green Anti-Capitalist Front.
Going back to theory! Following up from last month’s reading group on Synthesis and Platformism, we’ll discuss Syndicalism on 21 May:
This will be the founding meeting of the Anarchist Federation gender and sexuality working group. This will be a space to discuss these topics from an anarchist perspective, plan specific events and actions around gender and sexuality, and discuss how anarchists should interact with the wider movement.
So, if you want to discuss or get involved in developing anarchist theory around gender and sexuality, come along! All genders welcome!
Wednesday 17th April, 7pm, Freedom Bookshop, 84b Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX
We’re having a meeting for people interested in getting involved in anarchist organising in London on 6th April 2019, 4-6pm at Freedom Bookshop, 84b Whitechapel High Street Whitechapel, E1 7QX.
Things we do: run a monthly anarchist reading group, run a film night, help publish Organise magazine, help publish and distro Rebel City newspaper, have socials, have fundraisers (remember that awesome gig we did in Jan with Inner terrestrials?), publish pamphlets, launch environmental initiatives (Green anticapitalist front), go on demos as a group.
Things we could do: anything your little anarchist heart desires!
Going back to theory! The next two reading groups (in April and May) will be about anarchist organising, namely about Synthesis, Platform & Syndicalism.
We’ll start on 16 April (7pm at Freedom bookshop) with Synthesis and Platform and the following texts:
On 22nd March at 7pm (venue TBC) we will be hosting a talk by a member of Les Éditions de Monde Libertaire, the publishing group of the Fédération Anarchiste (France), members of which have been active in the Gilets Jaunes movement. She will discuss the pros and cons of the movement in France as well as the problem of the involvement of the far right.