Kersplebedeb: Manifestation contre le racisme et la xénophobie: ici et ailleurs (Montréal, 24 mars)

**Manifestation contre le racisme et la xénophobie : ici et ailleurs** Dimanche, 24 mars, 14h Cet événement fut organisé et aura lieu à Tio’tia:ke (“Montreal”), un territoire Kanien’kehá:ka non-cédé. 24 MARS 2019 14h, MÉTRO ST-LAURENT facebook: (click here for english version) Le 12 novembre 2017 et le 7 octobre 2018, deux

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Kersplebedeb: Mass demonstration against racism and xenophobia: here and everywhere (Montreal, March 24)

**Mass demonstration against racism and xenophobia: here and everywhere** Sunday, March 24th, 2 pm This event was organized and will take place in Tio’tia:ke (“Montreal”), unceded Kanien’kehá:ka territory. Sunday, March 24th 2pm MÉTRO ST-LAURENT facebook: (cliquez ici pour la version en français) On November 12, 2017 and October 7, 2018,

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Kersplebedeb: ‘The “Dangerous Class” and Revolutionary Theory: Thoughts on the Making of the Lumpen/Proletariat’ by J. Sakai reviewed by Joshua Moufawad-Paul

available from (mirrored from Marx & Philosophy Review of Books) Sakai has always been provocative. His work, when it is not relegated to obscurity, is treated as either sacrosanct or heretical, and so it is very difficult to review his most recent book without capitulating to this binary. Moreover, his

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Kersplebedeb: Montreal 2019 Certain Days Calendar Launch

(english follows) Lancement du calendrier 2019 Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Une soirée de présentations, d’échanges et d’art sur le thème de la santé/le soin (care) ***************************************************************** Jeudi 13 décembre 2018, 18h30 GRIP-Concordia 2100 rue Guy, #205, Tio’ta:ke (Montréal) (Métro Guy-Concordia) facebook: Joignez-vous à nous pour le lancement du

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Kersplebedeb: Expozine 2018, Nov. 24-25 in Montreal!

Free Admission! WHEN:  November 24-25, 11 am – 6 pm. WHERE:  1025 Bélanger (Église Saint-Arsène), Jean-Talon métro FACEBOOK: WEBSITE: The largest bilingual small press fair in North America returns with a vengeance in a new larger accessible space right next to Jean-Talon métro! With nearly 300 publishers and self-publishing authors and

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Kersplebedeb: Against Prisons, Against Borders: Keynote Event in Montreal with El Jones

Thursday November 15, 2018 6:30pm-8:30pm CEDA 2515 rue Delisle Metro Lionel Groulx Facebook: Join us for a keynote talk highlighting the intersection of abolition struggles against prisons and borders! Drawing on her recent work surrounding the Abdul Abdi deportation case and the Burnside prison strikes, El Jones will explore

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Kersplebedeb: Montreal Event: Prison Strikes 101

Tuesday, November 13, 2018 11:00am-1:00pm United Theological College 3521 University Metro McGill College Facebook event: This workshop will look at prison strikes as an organizing tool, from both an inside (prisoner) and outside (solidarity) perspective. We will give a bit of historical background about strikes in the Canadian and

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Kersplebedeb | Kersplebedeb: Toronto Anarchist Bookfair, July 23-24!

The Toronto Anarchist Bookfair is only 9 days away! Join us for a weekend full of anti-authoritarian activities, workshops, books, zines, food, friends, and great conversations!

Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th
10:30am – 6pm

Steelworkers’ Hall (25 Cecil Street) (click here for map)


There will be a great selection of workshops this year, with presentations on:

  • The Occupation of INAC (Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada), before, after and now
  • Pinkwashing and Homonationalism
  • Deconstructing Intoxication Culture
  • Applying Anarchist Ideas to Current Cloud and Standalone Tech
  • Calling In: Doing Justice without Breaking Each Other
  • The Ontario Coalition Against Poverty


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Kersplebedeb | Kersplebedeb: Quick Thoughts on Culture

“Culture” is a framework developed by people to describe patterns of social behaviour, expression, consciousness. A given culture will manifest in multiple ways, will have more than one characteristic. and will in the final analysis be defined by the practice of people, albeit refracted through a distorted view that they have of themselves.

Culture can change, but not according to anyone’s rulebook. It is the result of what large numbers of uncontrollable people will do, often without thinking about it. It is the result of not only what “members of” a culture will do, but also of what others not ………..READ MORE

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