"No Border Network" Meeting

Warsaw, Poland, May 3-5, 2002

We warmly invite members of the No Border network to Poland,
Europe's Final Frontier for the next network meeting. We understand that
there have been a series of planning meetings this year already concerning
upcoming actions and that many of you will be "meetinged out" by now; still
we are hoping to see you here in Warsaw if you can make it! As you no doubt
know, next year our friends from Ukraine, Belarus and Russia will face new
travel restrictions to Poland and the Border Police, under directives and
with the guidance of and funding from the EU have been super menaces,
impeding not only freedom of movement but also acting as anti-"smuggling"
commandoes to protect corporate interests, etc.; this has already had a very
negative impact on the residents of border regions. With this is mind, we
look forward to all networking which will bring people together in a common
struggle against border regimes.

NYC Anarchist Tribes Roundtable

Thursday, March 28th, 8pm

The Muste Room (306)

339 Lafayette Street, NY, NY 10012

If you haven't been to one before, the Tribes hold a roundtable to strategize local anarchist responses to the current war hysteria, global capitalism, govermental controls, or anything else you desire. It is simply an opportunity for New York anarchists to share propaganda, ideas, and to mobilize specifically anarchist reponses to the anti-capitalist movement.

Total Liberation Project

April 19- Mayday 2002

The Evergreen State College

Olympia, Washington USA

Total Liberation

1. Introduction to the Total Liberation Project

R/Evolution Conference, March 22-24, 2002, Montreal

J.A. deSeve Cinema

1400 de Maisonneuve West, LB 125, Concordia University


Abstracts, presenter profiles and full programme can be found at:

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - no cost to attend

Post-Apocalyptic Spring

Event from Arts in Action,

New York City, March 22, 2002

A fundraiser for Arts In Action - Celebrate the Vernal Equinox!
Friday March 22nd 7pm-2am

Walker Stage: 56 Walker Street (one block south of Canal near Broadway
subway: NRQWJMZ and 6 to Canal Street stop or 1/9 Franklin stop)

7-8pm: Fresh video by NYC Indymedia: footage of puppets and protest from
York to Argentina!

8-10pm: Variety show hosted by Neala, Yolanda and Ms. Crisis
music, poetry, shadow-puppetry, apocalyptic drama and dance that may or
not involve a trapeze! Surprise guests ...

10pm-12am: headlining bands: Vacuna Tu Hijo (electronic latin fusion),
The Garden Verge (urban folk), Honey Creeper (headspace pop)

12-2am DJ Dance Party

$5-$10 more/less (no one turned away for lack of funds) big bang for

Arts In Action, as a working group of the Another World Is Possible
Coalition, helped to create the giant puppets and theatrics for the
protests against the World Economic Forum in New York. AIA coordinates
workshops and events for artists and activists to create puppets and
for various demonstrations in New York City and elsewhere.

the Arts In Action listserv, send an email to:
Arts in Action

"Organizing for Peace in Times of War"

Workshop, New York City, March 22-24, 2002

Friday March 22 -Sunday, March 24

Organizers Program

A 3-Day Workshop at the Brecht Forum

Fri: 6:00 - 10:00 pm

Sat & Sun: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Organizing for Peace in Times of War

(Esperanza Martell)

Organizing at its best is an exciting and transformative activity. It is not only effective in winning struggles, it develops both the individual and collective capacities of the people involved, preparing them for sustained collective efforts. In our society, this kind of organizing is far from the norm. Too often we are unable to develop democratic leadership; our coalitions fail to build effective working relationships; members become frustrated or burned out.

This three-day intensive workshop is for those who are new to organizing as well as experienced people who would like to refresh their thinking. Combining group work and presentations by visiting organizers, we will identify what it takes to build an organization and keep it vital and growing--from productive meetings, to strategic analysis and planning, to democratic participation. We will be looking at how class, race, gender and
homophobia affect our organizing. Enrollment is limited to fifteen. Pre-registration is required. Esperanza Martell is an educator and organizer in the human rights, anti-racist, peace with justice movement. She works with ProLibertad, in
support of Puerto Rican Political Prisoners of colonialism.

Sliding Scale: $25/$45

Italian Federation of Anarchist Communists Announces General Strike, April 5, 2002


(Federation of Anarchist Communists)

Union Committee

Viale Durazzo Pallavicini, 4 (cancello)

16155 Genoa


The Berlusconi government will not back down on Article 18 of the Workers' Statute (1) and is openly challenging the workers' movement, social opposition, and the unions, asserting in a disparaging manner that he is not afraid of popular protest.

"Resistance is Fertile"

Radical Agro-Ecology and

Guerrilla Gardening Conference,

The Hague, April 8-18, 2002

Preliminary Programme

Location RIF Social Center:

Waldeck Pyrmontkade 116, Den Haag (Tram 10 'Statenkwartier'
from Den Haag Central Station or Den Haag Holland Spoor. Ask
the driver where to get out. Tel: (+31) (0)20-6682236 (ASEED)
for help or more info, or mail

All day and every day:

Delicious food by Rampenplan

Make your own media in the socia-media center

Infotransportbike, info-point and streetradio

Sweating and sowing in the new community garden!

Painting banners and making other action materials

Infostand inside the Conference Center

Walks on the beach (15 min by tram)

Join Soft Skull Press for drinks, dancing, and discussion to announce the release of Battle of Seattle: The New Challenge to Capitalist Globalization edited by Eddie Yuen, Daniel Burton-Rose and George Katsiaficas.

Topics of conversation will range from thoughts on the World Economic Forum and new strategy, gaining perspective on the movement's history, information about institutions of globalization, and more. Stay late for dancing with DJ Repo Man.

Tuesday, March 19th, 7:30PM, at Walker Stage

(56 Walker Street, between Church and Broadway)

(Subway 1,2 to Franklin Street)

$5 admission

Speakers and performers include:

Stanley Aronowitz

Seth Tobocman

Eddie Yuen

L. A. Kauffman

George Caffentzis

Sylvia Federici

Eliot Katz

Rachel Neumann

Jim Davis

Andrew Hsiao

Dancing tunes will be provided by DJ Repo Man.

German Free Workers Union

Plans International Anarcho-Syndicalist

Solidarity Conference, Essen, August, 2002

i2002 International Solidarity Conference Newsletter 01

Table of Contents:

-- Preface

-- Ideas & Action

-- Website

-- FAQ

-- We already need your support

-- Communication


Dear comrades,

This is the first i2002-Newsletter. It is available to all of you that
asked for subscription to the i2002 announcement list. To learn more on handling the list, see the instructions at the very end of this newsletter.

We have been very busy in organizing the conference for the past few months. Once we started the concrete preparations, the organizational issues as well as the discussions about the character of the conference, we will now start to provide more detailed information.

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