RETHINKING SOLIDARITY: October 8th Forum & Dance Party in Brooklyn
MEXICO RISING UP RIGHT NOW RIGHT NEXT DOOR
WHAT ARE THE LESSONS FOR OUR WORK HERE?
WHAT DOES HORIZONTAL SOLIDARITY LOOK LIKE?
WHAT: A Dialogue with Mexican Community Activists and other US based solidarity workers
* Update on the Other Campaign and the Zapatistas
* The revolutionary movement in Oaxaca
* The Elections, Obrador, and the new National Democratic Convention
In honor of Indigenous People’s Day (formerly known as Columbus Day)
— This is your absolute last chance to party at the old Refugio space before the city tears it down.
WHEN: Sunday, October 8, 6-9pm
WHERE: Refugio, 40 Scholes St. Brooklyn:
HOW MUCH: $5 Donation (proceeds will go to the APPO of Oaxaca)
AND WHAT: Childcare, Food, and Drinks
THEN WHAT: Dance Party 9pm-2am (Fundraiser for Sista II Sista/Pachamama)
WHY: TO CELEBRATE THE START OF FALL, THE MOVE OF SISTA II SISTA & PACHAMAMA, AND TO SHAKE SOME SERIOUS BOOTY FOR THE LAST TIME IN REFUGIO BEFORE THE BUILDING IS TORN DOWN!
Party: SLIDING SCALE OF $10-$20, BUT YALL KNOW NOBODY WILL BE TURNED AWAY.
$3 BEER AND SANGRIA AND $5 PLATES OF FOOD. BREAK OUT THOSE MOVES ON THE DANCE FLOOR AS DJ SABINE AND DJ LAYLO TAKE US AWAY INTO THE NIGHT.
About Rethinking Solidarity …
In 2005, grassroots activists from communities throughout New York City traveled to “global south”? countries of the Americas, including Brazil, Venezuela, Argentina and Mexico. Many of the travelers were
young people of color engaged in justice struggles in their home communities. Their travels inspired a desire to “rethink solidarity”? and broaden dialogue in NYC:
What does it mean to be in solidarity with social movements of the global south- those seeking liberation from a new global super exploitative economy?
What is the connection between those struggling in the global south and those who live precarious lives here in the United States?
What is the role of grassroots activists and organizers in the U.S., particularly those from working class communities of color, within the broader global justice movement?
Last chance to get your dance on, drink on, or intense conversation on in this Refugio space thats hosted so many throughout the last ten years.
Directions to Refugio: L, J, Z to Lorimer or G to Broadway in Brooklyn. From L train, walk approx. 8 blocks (south) along Union Avenue towards Scholes. From J, Z train walk 3 blocks (north) along Lorimer Street towards Scholes. From G train walk 3 blocks (north)along Union Ave. to Scholes. You can also take following buses to Refugio: B48, B43, B46, B60 or Q54, Q59. For more information call 347-386-0428.