The Spaces Between: Zine Reading (Pgh Zine Tour Stop)

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The Spaces Between: a project about the rest of us
Zine Tour - Pgh Stop

All too often as anarchists in the U.S. we look to places like Oakland or New York for cues of how to get it done. The problem with this being that most of us don’t live in anarchist-disney world, where anything is possible and everything is flammable, and we couldn’t afford the rents in Oakland anyway. This February and March we will be publishing a collection of interviews and essays from the spaces in between to bring to your towns!

This tour features friends from Denver, Colorado and Richmond, Virginia coming to your town to talk about what it looks like for anarchists outside those spaces with longstanding institutional left bases. We think there is a lot to learn from the less glamorous towns and small cities where anarchists continue fighting in spite of it all. Sharing our experiences of building, failing, rebuilding, fucking it up and sometimes winning, we hope to strike up conversations in your towns with your friends. Let’s talk community defense work, anti-police struggles, combating gentrification warfare, how not to let the liberals get us down and more.

Call For Essay Submissions:
We are currently accepting essays written by those who currently are or have been involved in anarchist organizing in smaller cities and towns. We want to hear about your experiences in regards to what anarchist organizing looks like outside of major anarchist strongholds, in rural communities, in conservative regions and more. Read more: https://spacesbetweentour.wordpress.com/2016/01/08/call-for-essay-submissions/

Call For Interviewees
In addition to collecting essays, we are conducting interviews with folks across the country who are currently or have been involved in anarchist organizing in smaller cities and towns. We want to hear about your experiences in regards to what anarchist organizing looks like outside of major anarchist strongholds, in rural communities, in conservative regions and more. Read more: https://spacesbetweentour.wordpress.com/2016/01/08/we-want-to-interview-yall/

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