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(en) US, Chicagoland Anarchist Network: http://www.unboundbooks.org/CAN.html

Date Sun, 15 Jan 2006 13:36:48 +0200

Meeting Schedule/Structure
CAN meets the first four Mondays of the month at various locations
throughout the city. for more info contact us at: ChiAnarchists@yahoo.com
or join the chicagoland anarchist discussion/announcement listserv.
Every 1st Monday of the Month: General CAN Meeting 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Association House (1116 N. Kedzie) Wheelchair Accessible
CAN general meetings act as a clearinghouse for anarchists to share
resources and promote each others projects in a climate of mutual
aid and support. General CAN meetings are also intended to help
facilitate participation between the autonomous working groups of
CAN. CAN operates under a consensus decision making model.

[CAN meeting December 5th- Agenda topics: Points of Unity,
CAN Statement of Purpose, May Day, Sexual Assault Awareness
Conference, Pomegranate Health Fair.]

Every 2nd Monday of the Month:
CAN Political Discussion Night
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Place TBA
The CAN political discussion nights are intended for anarchists to
debate different tendancies within anarchism; to help foster more
thought behind action and for all of us to share our ideas on strategy,
tactics, theory and practice to help build a more cohesive anarchist

[November 14th 6:30-8:30 pm at Columbia College (624 s. Michigan
Room # 1408 Discussion Topic "Gender and Sexuality: Beyond the
Gender Binary System." We'll be discussing the ways in which rigid
gender roles and expectations effect gender varient people and what
role anarchists can play in fighting for trans liberation, queer
liberation and women's liberation. Suggested reading material:
"Politicizting Gender: Moving Towards Revolutionary Gender
Politics" by Carolyn and "Intersex and Trans Demands." Columbia
College is wheelchair accessible.]

[December 12th 6-8 pm at the Frederick Douglass Branch of the
Chicago Public Library (3353 W. 13th Street in the Auditorium)
Discussion topic: "Racism and White Skin Priviledge Politics" Part
III. Suggested reading material: SNCC's statement "Basis of Black
Power" and the SDS, Weathermen and Prarie Fire Organization
position papers on race. At this discussion we plan on discussing
how we as anarchists define race and class and how our politics
around race and class differ from the largely Maoist New Left of the
60's. The Douglass Branch is wheelchair accessible.]

Every 3rd Monday of the Month:
May Day Planning Meeting
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Association House (1116 N. Kedzie)
Wheelchair Accessible
CAN is planning a regional anarchist conference for May of 2006.
Possible events include workshops, a bookfair, parties and a poor
people's march against police brutality. Come help us Reclaim May
Join the May Day planning listserv

Every 4th Monday of the Month:
CAN Anarchist Reading Group
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Place TBA
CAN is sponsoring this monthly book discussion group to encourage
critical thinking and revolutionary self-education. Through reading
both anarchist and non-anarchist texts we hope to fine-tune our own
political beliefs, develop stronger anarchist critiques of issues that
affect our daily lives and find new ways to put anarchist theory into

[November 28th at the Logan Square Branch of the Chicago Public
Library- Book Discussion Title: Quiet Rumors: An
Anarcha-Feminist Reader. We will be discussing chapters 4-9,
which includes "Voltairine DeCleyre: An Introduction" by Marian
Leighton, "The making of an Anarchist" by Voltairine DeCleyre,
"Socialism, Anarchism and Feminism" by Carol Ehrlich, "Untying
the Knot" (intro), "The Tyranny of structurelessness by Jo Freeman
and "The Tyranny of Tyranny" by Cathy Levine.]

[December 26th(?)- Book Discussion Title: Quiet Rumors: An
Anarcha-Feminist Reader. We will be discussing chapters 10-13,
which includes"Social Democracy and Anarchism" by Charlotte
Wilson, "A Woman Without a Country" by Emma Goldman, "The
Tragedy of Woman's Emancipation" by Emma Goldman and "Make
Your Own Tea..." by Alice Nutter.]

[January- Book Discussion Title: Quiet Rumors: An
Anarcha-Feminist Reader. We will be discussing the last five
chapters (14-18), which includes Rota zora: an Intro, Interview with
Rota Zora, Mujeres Creando: Bolivian Anarcha-feminist Street
Activists, An Interview With Mujeres Creando and The Creative
Force of Bolivian Debtors.]

Chicagoland Anarchist &
Anti-authoritarian Calendar:


Auntie Emma's Black Tea Social
Sunday November 20th, 4:00pm
Art Kafe on Milwaukee, 1907 N. Milwaukee
(near the coner of Western)

Informal BS sessions for anarchists in the Chicago area. The idea is
to provide a fun, informal, laid back space to chat, build contacts and
just hang out (and maybe some ideas or projects can come out of it).

Join the listserve here.


Chicago Anarchist Black Cross (meetings)
Every last Thursday of the month, 6:00 pm
New World Resource Center (1300 N. Western Ave)
Info: chicagoabc@hotmail.com
Mailing address: Chicago ABC; PO Box 1544; Chicago, IL 60690
After the meeting will be a letter writing party.

Chicago ABC Film Nights
Every 2nd Friday of the month, 6:00 - 10:00 pm
New World resource Center (1300 N. Western Ave)
Suggested donation $3-5 or office supplies.
Info: chicagoabc@hotmail.com

[Oct. 14th- Orson Wells' "The Trial"]
[Nov. 11th- will focus on Haymarket Martyrs]

Beneath the Underground Reading Group
Every last Sunday of the month, 1:00 pm
Art Gallery Kafe (1907 N. Milwaukee)
Info: jlongs1@hotmail.com

[Oct. 30th- Ken Knabb's Public Secrets focusing on 'Joy of

Pomegranate Radical Health Collective (meetings)
Every 2nd Friday of the month, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Association House (1116 N Kedzie)
Wheelchair Accessible
Website: pomegranatecollective.org
Info: info@pomegranatecollective.org

Midwest Books to Prisoners packing parties
Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month
Email for Time and Place
Website: midwest books to prisoners
Info: mwbtp@riseup.net

Chicago Critical Mass (protest/bike ride)
Every last Friday of the month, regardless of season or weather.
Kick off: Daley Plaza, Dearborn & Washington at 5:30 pm
Website: chicagocriticalmass.org

Pilsen/Little Village Circular Mass (protest/bike ride)
Every second to last Friday of the month, regardless of season or
Kick off: Tenochtitlan Plaza (18th/Loomis/Blue Island) at 6:00 pm
Website: p/lv circular mass
Info: 773.710.4143

Dill Pickle Food Co-Op (meetings)
Every 2nd Saturday of the month, 12:00 - 2:00 pm
Assoication House (1116 N. Kedzie)
Website: dill pickle food co-op
Listserv: dill pickle co-op yahoogroup


Upcoming events:

Second Sexual Assault Awareness Conference.
Time, Dates & Place TBA
Conference planning listserv: NoRoomForRapists

May Day Weekend: Anarchist Conference, Picnic, March.
Time, Dates & Place TBA


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