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(en) [Czech Republic] Brno Disobediente - book fair of radical imagination, By ANA (pt) [machine translation]
Wed, 23 Sep 2020 08:21:46 +0300
Allow us to invite you to the first year of the festival of independent and radical literature called Neposlušné Brno ("Brno Disobediente").
We will continue the long tradition of the Prague Anarchist Book Fair - in addition, we would like to create a space in Brno also for small
publishers and DIY groups dedicated to anarchist literature. At the same time, it will be a great opportunity for meetings, debates and
mutual education. ---- The theme of Neposlušné Brno's first year is people's right to the city. Rising rental and apartment prices, the lack
of affordable services, the effects of the climate crisis, unsatisfactory housing conditions and the displacement of low-income citizens to
the peripheries are problems that people face in most cities around the world . Urban, local and global social movements want to see the
city as a shared space, not a market commodity. They strive for everyone to have access to quality, affordable housing in a healthy environment.
Brno is no exception. Due to the cancellation of the Housing First project, the privatization of the city's housing stock and the weak
response to the climate crisis, it is becoming an increasingly inaccessible city for its diverse population. At the same time, new
collectives are emerging to try to reverse this trend.
In addition to bookstores and publishers, Neposlušné Brno will offer you lectures and debates on the topics: the right to housing,
democratization of the city, life in the city during the climate crisis and much more.
The festival will take place on the premises of the former Káznice, which today serves as a stage for several activist groups. Clearly
showing how colorful the use of empty houses can be when they are made available to residents. Káznice is located in Cejl, a neighborhood
that is undergoing intense gentrification and from which the original inhabitants are gradually being expelled to other parts of the city.
That is why we consider it symbolically important to organize the festival in this same place.
The program will be announced shortly.
Translation> A. Padalecki
anarchist news agency-ana
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