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(en) Canada, Ottawa, Anarchist Discussion: Moving Towards Anarchy

Date Sun, 11 Jun 2006 08:39:05 +0300

Moving Towards Anarchy - Talk by local activist followed by a discussion.
Date/Time/Location -- Sunday, June 4/2006 @ 1:30pm
Jack Purcell Community Centre (near Elgin and Gilmour)
How should anarchists work towards the goal of fundamental social change?
Some anarchists work within broad-based movements for short-term improvements
in people's lives while having longer-term revolutionary goals. A similar approach
advocates the creation of alternative social forms that will co-exist with and
gradually replace the existing system. Others reject all reforms and advocate nothing
short of immediate revolution. A local activist involved in reform-oriented
struggles will discuss these issues. A (hopefully) lively debate will follow.


The Anarchist Discussion Group meets (approximately) every second
Sunday afternoon. We are local Ottawa activists and community members
who share an anti-authoritarian and ant-capitalist viewpoint. We are
involved in diverse struggles and believe in the importance maintaining
a link between theory and practice.
Discussions are based on readings, presentations or short films. If
there are readings, they are optional and will be summarized at the
beginning of the discussion. Printouts of readings are available from OPIRG
at U of O.

All are welcome. Accessible! Child-friendly!

Contact a_ottawa@mutualaid.org for more information.
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