When: Thu., April 10, 7 p.m. 2014
Black Flags and Windmills: Creating power from below. This visual and engaging presentation drawn from Scott Crow’s book Black Flags and Windmills illustrates through stories, analysis and diverse political movement histories how individuals and communities can create collective liberation to change their own worlds by creating power from below. It covers how the ideas, philosophies and practices of anarchism have grown shaping and influencing modern political movements and tendencies from the post-Seattle alternative globalization movements to the Common Ground Collective after Hurricane Katrina, the Occupy uprisings, environmental and animal rights movements and beyond.
Price: Free, donations accepted.