Wednesday June 24th: 7.30pm
Online info-share and networking for anti-authoritarian / anti-capitalist activists involved in groups active in their local communities. REGISTER HERE TODAY! https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/radical-community-action-info-share-and-networking-tickets-109688894436
We are calling a third meeting following a couple of successful and constructive online meetings on May 19th and June 2nd of anti-authoritarian, anti-capitalist, pro-working class and pro-community activists based in groups active in their local communities around the UK. Any groups or individuals involved in an active non-hierarchical group who agree with the above politics is welcome to join in the planned discussion to share information, experiences and thoughts about what are we doing in our local communities re Covid-19 issues and Black Lives Matter protests etc. Feel free to pass this on to others who might be interested. See the proposed agenda below.
Nearer the date we will send out an online zoom link to all those who’ve registered. [We suggest one or two per group only].
In solidarity, Haringey Solidarity Group, as delegated by the June 2nd networking meeting
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JUNE 24th PROVISIONAL AGENDA
1. Intros 2. Report of last meeting(s). 3. Review of agenda
4. Updates from new participants, or from people at the first meeting if they have some very recent extra news.
5. Key themes for general discussion coming out of the first meetings.
a. developing long term local radical mutual aid / solidarity / community action organisations and networks
b. covid-related campaigns eg solidarity with school parents/teachers, workers, housing, benefits, anti-austerity, and relevant days of action, including social control issues, and how to resist any future unwanted government-imposed social control
c. our contributions to the Black Lives Matter protests in our local communities
6. Ongoing sharing of info, news and supporting each other
7. AOB (including any announcements)
8. Who to set up and coordinate any following meeting
Published: 16 June 2020