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(en) US, Hartford, Spotlight on Anarchism's series of talks, workshops, and discussions starting 2nd of October

Date Sat, 27 Sep 2008 21:47:25 +0300

Surrounding contemporary activism and how anarchism relates to social movements
against racism, sexism, class exploitation, homophobia, and the state. We all
know what anarchists are against--domination in all of its forms. This series
seeks to answer questions about what anarchists are for, what we do, why we do
it, and how anarchists and other community activists can work together towards
the creation of a new world. ---- The series will be in four parts and will be
held at Charter Oak Cultural Center. Each piece will be announced as speakers
are confirmed. ---- The last part of the series will be an all-day event at
Charter Oak on November 8th from noon-11pm, featuring a number of workshops and
tabling from a variety of local activist groups.

This series is sponsored by Hartford Food Not Bombs, the Area Radical Reading
Group of Hartford (ARRGH!), Creating Local Autonomy and Solidarity in Hartford
(CLASH), and the Hartford area Students for a Democratic Society.

Hope to see you there!!
Who I'd like to meet:
The First part of the series is Thursday, October 2nd: 7:30 pm:

A Talk by Scholar, Feminist, Anarchist, and Author: Martha Ackelsberg (Author of
"Free Women of Spain: Anarchism and the Struggle for the Emancipation of Women"):

"Personal Identities and Collective Visions: Reflections on Identity, Community,
and Difference"

In this talk, Martha Ackelsberg discusses the tensions between conflicting
identities--specifically as an anarchist, lesbian, feminist, and Jew--and the
creation of collective visions and community with others.

Come join us for a night of discussion, reflection, and conversation!
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