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From ainfos@ainfos.ca (A-Infos)
Date Sat, 4 Oct 2003 23:59:01 +0200 (CEST)

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(en) invite for prol.double.dip on struggles and crisis in the UK
Worker - a-infos-en@ainfos.ca
Sat Oct 04 14:12:47 GMT 2003

From: Ziggy &lt;ladystardust-A-gmx.co.uk&gt;<br>
house price bubble burst or worst double dip? awkward populism or return of the wildcat?<br>
…we would like to know and therefore invite you to discuss with us about<br>
‘Capitalist Crisis and Class Struggle in the UK today’. We can start the<br>
discussion via mail, aiming to prepare a weekend-meeting in February/March next year…<br>
We are a small, more or less informal, circle of friends &amp; comrades in<br>
London, who came together in ...

(en) US, Lawrence, The Sham Legacy of Columbus: Confront Genocide
Worker - a-infos-en@ainfos.ca
Sat Oct 04 12:37:53 GMT 2003

Lawrence Anarchist Black Cross will be hosting a teach in on<br>
Columbus on Monday, October 6 at 6:30 at the Lawrence Public Library.<br>
The event is being co-sponsored by the Kansas University All Nations<br>
Student Alliance and Kansas University's Latin American Solidarity.<br>
Dan Wildcat, a long time Lawrence Native American Activist will be<br>
the featured presenter.<br>
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(en) US, Schedule of Events for GPAN Caucus in Kirksville - October 18-19
Worker - a-infos-en@ainfos.ca
Sat Oct 04 11:12:33 GMT 2003

Saturday October 18th<br>
9:00 Breakfast at the Aquadome: 121 N. Main St. Kirksville, MO phone: 660-665-8228<br>
10:00 General Caucus at Truman State University<br>
3:00 Workshops on Miami Padded Bloc and First Aid Training - These workshops<br>
will most likely be taking place in seperate rooms at the same time. Groups<br>
should plan on sending someone to each workshop in order to get all the information.*<br>
6:00 Dinner at the Aquadome<br>
7:00 Leftover Buisness (Schedule for Sunday 1...

Worker - a-infos-en@ainfos.ca
Sat Oct 04 08:41:20 GMT 2003

&gt; From: dr.woooo &lt;dr.woooo-A-nomasters.org&gt;<br>
During the recent anti-war protests we were amazed by the sheer number of<br>
people involved in the movement. While many had been politically active before,<br>
others were new to it all. To enable people to pick up the skills to take<br>
effective action and learn from the mistakes of others we decided to compile a<br>
training CD - the complete toolbox for any activist. From organising in groups<br>
without leaders to how to set ...

(en) US, 'Bring The Ruckus' will hold its National Meeting (Los Angeles, January 16-19th 2004)
Worker - a-infos-en@ainfos.ca
Sat Oct 04 08:30:06 GMT 2003

Bring the Ruckus will hold its national meeting in Los Angeles<br>
from January 16-19th 2004. Less formal events will occur Friday<br>
evening and Sunday morning and the formal discussions and<br>
decisions will take place Saturday and Sunday. To attend the<br>
meeting you must be a member of the organization or invited by a<br>
member of the organization. Membership requirements can be<br>
found at: <A ...

(en) UK, Direct Action #28 - Wage Slavery - Workplace Militancy: the Left, the Unions &amp; Anarcho-Syndicalism
Worker - a-infos-en@ainfos.ca
Sat Oct 04 05:40:51 GMT 2003

Why has workplace activity in Britain reached such a low point?<br>
Why is it different in France and elsewhere?<br>
Things would be less dismal were it not for union bosses with<br>
their desire for respectability on one hand, and left groups with<br>
their strategy of sidetracking activists away from the workplace<br>
and into centralised party and union structures on the other.<br>
Some would blame declining union membership, but this isn’t<br>
the answer either. In France,...