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(en) Canada, Montreal, May 18: DEMAND THE IMPOSSIBLE - A Day of Anarchist Workshops

From lombrenoire <lombrenoire@dojo.tao.ca>
Date Mon, 28 Apr 2003 11:14:58 +0200 (CEST)


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> Be realistic ...DEMAND THE IMPOSSIBLE! A Day of Anarchist Workshops
SUNDAY, May 18, 2003 11am to 6pm 1710, rue Beaudry (metro Beaudry)
FREE! Childcare available Partially wheelchair accessible

DEMAND THE IMPOSSIBLE is an entire day dedicated to anarchist-themed
workshops, panels and debates, in English and French, on a diverse array
of topics and themes, including nationalism, political prisoners, social
struggles, heterosexism, transfolk, immigration, technology,
communications, theatre, art, radio, popular education, autogestion and
more.

Workshop presenters include former Black Panther Ashanti Alston, members
of the Federation Anarchiste from France, prisoner rights activist and
George Jackson Brigade veteran Bo Brown and New York City artist Eric
Drooker, as well as anarchist activists and organizers from Chicago,
Toronto, Quebec City and Montreal.

[DEMAND THE IMPOSSIBLE follows the 4th Annual Anarchist Bookfair, that
will take place on Saturday, May 17th, between 10am-6pm at the CEDA, 2515
Delisle, minutes from metro Lionel-Groulx. Both events are FREE, although
donations for costs are appreciated.]

The following workshops, panels and presentations will be offered on May
18 as part of DEMAND THE IMPOSSIBLE. Presentations will be in English (E),
French (F) or bilingual (B). Translation will be available into English,
French or Spanish. Workshop presenters are indicated in brackets.

11am-1pm: Anti-fascism and (anti-)nationalism (E, Mike Staudenmeier) * No
One Is Illegal: Confronting War, Capitalism and Apartheid (E, Jaggi Singh)
* Building Your Own Radio Station: FM transmitter building (E, Gretchen
King) * Historique de l'hétérosexisme/ Historique de la résistance à
l'hétérosexisme/Background to heterosexism and the history of resistance
to heterosexism) (F, Panthères Roses/Pink Panthers) * Guérilla des
communications/Guerilla Communications (F, Marie-Eve Lamy)

1pm-2pm: Lunch Break

2pm-4pm: A Preliminary Postmodernist Anarchist Analysis of the Black
Panther Party and its Practical Implications for Today's Struggle (E,
Ashanti Alston) * Transfolk and Anarchist Community (E, Tara-Michelle
Ziniuk) * Revolutionary Theater (E, Optative Theatrical Laboratories) *
Comment mettre en places des pratiques libertaires en rupture avec une
société autoritaire et capitaliste a travers deux exemples : Radio
Libertaire et la lutte pour le transport gratuits/Putting into place
libertarian practices in rupture with authoritarian and capitalist society
through two examples: Radio Libertaire and the struggle for free transport
(F, Fédération Anarchiste-France) * L'éducation populaire comme pédagogie
libertaire/Popular Education as Liberatory Pedagogy (F, Pierre-Antoine
Harvey)

4pm-6pm: A Workshop with George Jackson Brigade Veteran Bo Brown (E, Bo
Brown) * Slide Presentation: Art & Politics Mix Beautifully (E, Eric
Drooker) * Panel: Anti-authoritarians participating in social struggles
(B, Members of NEFAC, CLAC Housing, No One Is Illegal and the Comité des
sans-emploi) * Anarchie et technologie/Anarchy and Technology (F, Mauvaise
Herbe) * L'autogestion: de l'idéal à la pratique/Self-Management: from the
ideal to practice (F, La Nuit, NEFAC-Québec)

INFO: bookfair2003@ziplip.com, 514-844-3207
http://www.tao.ca/~lombrenoire


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