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posted by therewillbebloodalley in on Feb 10, 2014 - View profile

Occupied Coast Salish Territories (Vancouver)

Critical Reading and Discussion Group on Anti-Oppression

- 4:30pm
Saturday February 15 2014

Venue: 38 Blood Alley Anarchist Space
Address: 38 Blood Alley Square
Cost: free
Accessibility: The venue is situated on the south side of Blood Alley Square. There are several cobblestones, but there is ramp access and it’s an open space once inside. There are fewer cobblestones to navigate coming from Abbott vs Carrall. The washroom is not fully WC accessible, the doorway is about 27 inches wide.

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Getting together to discuss Anti-Oppression, using two writings as reference points:

Who Is Oakland? – “written collaboratively by a group of people of color, women, and queers – and is offered in deep solidarity with anyone committed to ending identity-based oppression and exploitation materially. By “materially,” we simply mean that we do not believe that consciousness raising or vague changes in personal attitudes can disrupt, delegitimate, and ultimately dismantle systems of domination.” Read here:

Lines In Sand: Three essays on identity, oppression, and social war – By Peter Gelderloos, shooting criticism in two directions, this zine tackles both anarchists who categorically reject “identity politics” as well as activists who embrace the anti-oppression ideology and close off paths to revolution. Read Here:

Hard copies of these texts can be picked up from the space and read beforehand, or read

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