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The Intersections of Anarchism and Community Organizing

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The Intersections of Anarchism and Community Organizing

by Dave

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"Dave's" work discusses the differences between activism and organizing. From the author's introduction. “Historically, revolutionary movements have been guided by revolutionary strategy and tactics. A successful dual power movement does not spontaneously arise; it needs consistent organising within an anarchist-community framework. If we want to be actively involved in pushing society towards a revolutionary consciousness. After being an “activist” for years I decided to become a community organizer and with that experience I gained new insights in revolutionary strategy: Anarchists can learn a lot from community organising models in radicalsing neightbourhoods and families. "

"Organizing in primarily non-white and poor neighbourhoods around issues of affordable housing and living wage jobs gave me new insights in strategy. One of the lessons I learned was how to begin changing relations of power and radicalising people, through pro-active campaigns around community identified issues.”

Book information

Publisher: Zabalaza Books (Johannesburg, South Africa)
Publication Date: Aug 01, 2011
Printer: Black Cat Press
Format: booklet
Length: 12 pp.
Size: 5.5" x 8"
Stock Number: TCI-020
Edition Info: Dave is a member of Sabate Anarchist Collective (NEFAC-Boston).

 

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