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(en) US, NYC, Bluestockings* Revolutionary Potluck on "Cultural-Nationalism vs. State-Enforced Nationalism"

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Date Thu, 11 Nov 2004 14:04:13 +0100 (CET)

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You are invited this Sunday, November 14th @ 7pm - Free.
Autonomist movements have long been inspired by so
called cultural’ forms of nationalism, such as found
in the liberation struggles in Chiapas or those of the
Black Panther Party. Yet how can we reconcile the
differences between cultural-nationalism and those
forms which call for patriotic obedience to a state?
And what significance does cultural-nationalism hold
in this age of diasporas, where cultural identity often
spans race, class and geography? Please join us in the
first of a series of a monthly revolutionary potluck
discussions in which the potluck’ refers not to food
but to a smorgasbord of ideas. We invite all who wish
to present on the topic to come with a prepared 3-5
minute presentation, and hope that all will
participate in the open discussions which follow.

The theme was inspired by discussions that took place at an Anarchist People
of Color gathering at the Renewing the Anarchist Tradition conference this
September in Vermont.

172 Allen Street between Stanton and Rivington

Bluestockings is located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan at 172 Allen
Street between Stanton and Rivington - which means that we are 1 block south
of Houston and 1st Avenue.

By train: We are 1 block south of the F train's 1st Avenue stop and just 5
blocks from the JMZ-line's Essex / Delancey Steet stop.

By car: If you take the Houston exit off of the FDR, then turn left onto
Essex (aka Avenue A), then right on Rivington, and finally right on Allen,
you will be very, very close.
* Mission Statement
Bluestockings is a radical bookstore, fair trade cafe, and activist center in
the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Through words, art, food, activism, education,
and community, we strive to create a space that welcomes and empowers all people.
We actively support movements that challenge hierarchy and all systems of oppression,
including but not limited to patriarchy, heterosexism, the gender binary, white
supremacy and classism, within society as well as our own movements. We seek to
make our space and resources available to such movements for meetings, events,
and research. Additionally, we offer educational programming that promotes
centered, strategic, and visionary thinking, towards the realization of a
society that is infinitely creative, truly democratic, equitable, ecological,
and free.

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