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Another Kind of Politics: Community Power, Autonomy, Zapatismo, and the US
by jeremy Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2006 at 4:25 PM 412-361-3022 5125 Penn Ave Pittsburgh PA 15224

Come here members of the Snails Pace collective lead an interactive workshop on the relevance of the politics of the Zapatistas to radical movements in the US. The workshop will have some multimedia and will be from 6 until 8PM at the Thomas Merton Center

Another Kind of Politics: Community Power, Autonomy, Zapatismo, and the US
2/28/2006 6:00 PM

This workshop will facilitate a discussion on community, autonomy and alternatives to the current US political system with a short info session on the Zapatista's Sixth Declaration of the Selva Lacandona and the Other Campaign. The info session will be brief, and the majority of the workshop will be discussion based.

The current projects of the Zapatistas provide inspiration for international communities to evaluate their own forms of resistance moving towards international networks of anti-capitalist struggle. We hope to broaden the dialogue about building community and creating autonomous spaces in the USA.

Thomas Merton Center, 5125 Penn Ave, Garfield

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Looking forward to it... here's a related event Daniel P Saturday, Feb. 25, 2006 at 2:27 AM
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