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Winter Anarchist Discussion Schedule (MKE)

A clandestine hoard of miscreants and nerds is excited to announce the return of an anarchist discussion group, just in time for winter. As the frigid specter approaches, we recommend keeping warm with cozy anarchist literature, heated discussions of theory and praxis and copious amounts of tea. Each month until spring corresponds to a particular topic for discussion. With each approaching month, a more specific weekly schedule will be announced and all relevant texts will be made available at the Cream City Collectives and through the Burnt Bookmobile. November will begin as an exploration of hell-on-earth and some potential ways out. Discussions will be informed by the specified readings – thus reading the texts is encouraged (and fun), but not necessary. Everyone is welcome!

November – some fundamentals

Nov 8 Work Community Politics War
A graphic guide to the banality of life in capitalist hell and constituting conflict willfully against it.

Nov 15 The Reproduction of Daily Life
If you don’t have time to read Marx’s Capital, read this in only half an hour.

Nov 22At Daggers Drawn
You may have been wondering about what all this insurrectionary magnetic poetry floating around is all about…

Nov 29Earth First! Means Social War
This zine has been clinically proven to dispel all myths regarding green capitalism (formerly known as ethical consumerism).

All zines will be available on this website to download and print out.


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the fliers lookin’ nice

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