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10:30 pm Launch Party: The Next Edition of the Debt Resisters Operation Manual @ Alan Blueford Center for Justice
Launch Party: The Next Edition of the Debt Resisters Operation Manual @ Alan Blueford Center for Justice
Mar 23 @ 10:30 pm – Mar 24 @ 1:00 am
Launch Party: The Next Edition of the Debt Resisters Operation Manual @ Alan Blueford Center for Justice | Oakland | California | United States
Strike Debt New York City has completed its work on the 2nd edition of the Debt Resistors’ Operations Manual (DROM). Come learn about the new edition, about Strike Debt, and meet cool people who are helping in the international struggle against oppressive and immoral debt. Music, food, short talks by two famous activists and political philosophers – George Caffentzis (a founder of the Midnight Notes Collective) and Silvia Federici – and the opportunity to purchase the 2nd edition DROM at a sliding scale are all “on the agenda.” This manual—written by an anonymous collective of resistors, defaulters, … Continued
3:30 pm PARTY: Strike Debt Bay Area ‘Coming Out’ Party For the DROM II @ Alan Blueford Center for Justice
PARTY: Strike Debt Bay Area ‘Coming Out’ Party For the DROM II @ Alan Blueford Center for Justice
Mar 23 @ 3:30 pm – Mar 23 @ 6:00 pm
PARTY: Strike Debt Bay Area 'Coming Out' Party For the DROM II @ Alan Blueford Center for Justice | Oakland | California | United States
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2:00 am Carework: From Crisis to Common A talk and discussion with Silvia Federici @ Station 40, Apt B, up a flight of stairs
Carework: From Crisis to Common A talk and discussion with Silvia Federici @ Station 40, Apt B, up a flight of stairs
Mar 24 @ 2:00 am – 4:00 am
 Lack of time, resources, and communal support is responsible for an unprecedented reproduction crisis that is affecting all aspects of our lives. In her presentation, Federici discusses its causes, its social effects, and the struggle we must make to “commonize” care work. Federici is a longtime feminist activist, teacher, and writer. She is an emerita professor at Hofstra University, and has authored many essays on feminist theory, women’s history, political philosophy, and education. Her published books include: Caliban and the Witch: Women, the Body, and Primitive Accumulation; Enduring Western Civilization: … Continued