Syracuse Solidarity Network


SSN Potluck & Meeting June 9th
May 30, 2009, 8:51 pm
Filed under: SSN Events, SSN meetings

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Syracuse Solidarity Network
potluck & general meeting
Tuesday, June 9th
7pm at the Women’s Info Center
601 Allen St, Syracuse, NY 13210

Come talk and get connected with other anti-authoritarians in Syracuse, bring a dish to pass around if you’d like!

Share food, announcements, news, projects, and ideas!

Some things we would like to discuss are:

– upcoming radical/community events in Syracuse and Upstate NY

– organizing future potlucks, picnics and parties

– organizing skillshares, movie showings, workshops and discussions meetings

– the Infobox project, setting up boxes full of free radical & DIY literature at different spots throughout Syracuse, one is set up at 2nd Story Books

– upcoming reading group meetings

– mobilizing against the G 20 summit in Pittsburgh in September

– the upcoming Feminist Free School at Women’s Info

– communication between radical groups in Syracuse & Upstate NY


http://SyracuseSolNet.wordpress.com

http://myspace.com/SyracuseSolidarityNetwork

http://facebook.com/group.php?gid=10440584956

SyracuseSolNet @ gmail.com

Syracuse Solidarity Network (SSN) is a network of anti-capitalist, anti-oppression, and anti-authoritarian individuals, groups and projects. Monthly meetings or general assemblies take place to share info & get plugged in to events across Syracuse. No one group or person speaks for or represents the whole network. Because we want a world without bosses or centralized power, we make decisions together and act autonomously. We want to build & support a welcoming, creative culture of resistance in Syracuse.


http://NEanarchist.net

SSN is an affiliate of the North East Anarchist Network. The Northeast Anarchist Network (NEAN) is a network of anarchists and anti-authoritarian organizations and individuals that has been meeting and collaborating since February of 2007. Our aim is to create a regional, horizontal organizing network in the Northeast, linking those committed to struggles anti-authoritarian, anti-capitalist and anti-oppressive.

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