Activists from around the world visit Madison to strategize about how to build a society that protects the rights and dignity of all people. Speakers include Sarah van Gelder, author of Revolution Where You Live; Kali Akuno of Cooperation Jackson; Dario Farcy of Cooperative Confederation of Argentina; and Elandria Williams of the Highlander Center. Local organizations Freedom, Inc., Madison Area Worker Cooperatives and the Mutual Aid Network will also be on hand to discuss their work. Spanish interpretation will be provided.
press release: S un. Feb. 19th 3:00 – 6:00 pm Madison Labor Temple (1602 S. Park St.) Resist and Build!
Protests and marches aren't enough to protect the rights and dignity of people in Trump times. Come hear what activists are doing in other parts of the world to build the economic basis for a just society, and meet with organizations that are pursuing this work locally.
Elandria Williams of the Highlander Center http://highlandercenter.org/
Kali Akuno of Cooperation Jackson http://www.cooperationjackson.
Dario Farcy of the Cooperative Confederation of Argentina http://www.cooperar.coop/
Sarah van Gelder author of "Revolution Where You Live" https://
After the presentations local organizations working to build economic democracy will be hosting table conversations about their work, including: Freedom, Inc., Mutual Aid Network, Madison Area Worker Cooperatives, South Central Federation of Labor, among others. Simultaneous interpretation into Spanish will be provided. Info?