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FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE
AGAINST CAPITALISM

This Friday:
WHAT KIND OF POLITICS DO RADICALS NEED TODAY?

Friday, February 28, 2020
7pm-9pm
Xcues Café and Lounge
551 Sargent Ave
FREE

Facebook event page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1121105151609500/

Childminding available on site.
Please email us to let us know if you will be bringing children:  info@solidaritywinnipeg.ca
Bus tickets available on request.
Wheelchair accessible.
 
Austerity, rising greenhouse gas emissions and right-wing forces getting stronger make this a frightening time for radicals. We're under pressure to give up visions of liberation -- or to hold onto them in marginal isolation. What politics are best suited to winning struggles within capitalist society and ultimately moving beyond capitalism? Join us for a discussion with Kate Doyle Griffiths.
 


Kate Doyle Griffiths (they/them) is a longtime feminist and socialist organizer based in New York City, where they're a member of the Red Bloom collective.

 
 

We look forward to seeing you there! 
No registration required, but it's always nice to know who plans on showing up. So if you can, send us an email or message us on Facebook. See you Friday! 
We are so glad to be able to coordinate this discussion with Kate Doyle Griffiths!  Find out more about their politics at the following links:

ARTICLE:  "Lil Nas X: Old Town Rodeo for a New Power Generation" (Feb 18, 2020)

AUDIO: "Women in West Virginia Teach Powerful Lessons"  (March 29, 2018)

VIDEO: "Beyond Everyday Feminism: Fight Against Gender Oppression Today". (September 15, 2017)

Additionally there are plenty of recordings of Kate Speaking at Socialism 2019 and Historical Materialism 2015, and 2019 available here: https://wearemany.org/bio/kate-doyle-griffiths

OUR PROJECT

We are a small group of ecosocialists working to lay the basis for an political organization that's active in workplace and community organizing. Why is such an organization needed? Read this. For more information about Solidarity Winnipeg, see here.  
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