Syracuse Solidarity Network

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


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

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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.

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.


Building a Culture of Resistance – April 14th, 5pm, Syracuse Solidarity Network discussion/meeting
March 31, 2008, 5:10 am
Filed under: Events, SSN Events, SSN meetings


“Building a Culture of Resistance in Syracuse”
Syracuse Solidarity Network discussion/meeting
Monday, April 14
5pm, Women’s Info Center
601 Allen St, Syracuse, NY 13210

Join the Syracuse Solidarity Network (SSN) for a conversation on building a culture of resistance in Syracuse. Following the militant demonstrations against the fifth anniversary of the war in Syracuse and across Upstate NY, how can we move towards more popular and effective movements for radical change?

Cultures of resistance support and take part in movements through ideas, art music, community and action. They are the grass roots from which opposition to the system grows. Let’s discuss how we can build supportive, creative alternatives together and make the revolutionary movements Syracuse deserves!

We would especially like to invite:
– radical activists/organizers who can tell us what’s going on in their groups
– musicians, artists, zine writers, concert organizers, poets who are interested in joining a loose working group to put on creative radical art, music and cultural events
– and people with shirt, button, or craft skills who want to put a radical message out.

We will also hear updates from local Syracuse groups & how to plug in ;reports back from the International Declaration in Defense of El Barrio, April 6th on NYC City Hall Steps, for info see ;updates on the Firearms Skillshare, for info see ;and updates/plans for the Solidarity Without Borders campaign, for info see

The political prison/prisoner support project of SSN be making plans to mobilize people from Syracuse for the mass demonstration in support of political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal in protest of the recent court decision to deny him a new trial and re-sentence him to either death or life in prison, the demo will be in Philadelphia April 26th, for more info see

The Syracuse Solidarity Network, an affiliate of the North East Anarchist Network, is a decentralized network of anti-capitalist, anti-oppression, and anti-hierarchical groups, individuals and projects. Because we want a world without bosses or centralized power, we make decisions together and act autonomously without all-powerful leaders.

Syracuse Solidarity Network
an affiliate of the North East Anarchist Network