Drop-In Radical Reading Group (6/21/2014)

The Drop-in Radical Reading Group is meeting this Saturday (6/21) at 1pm in Room 1 at Downtown Ypsi Library on Michigan Ave.

This week we are reading further selections from the Water St. Reader (aka striven to remain in a state of flux). 

Letter to Ernesto Zedillo – Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos
p. 36 in Water St. Reader (pdf attached)


“Beyond the Impossible” – Roaul Vaneigem

p. 79

Letter to Lindsey – Peter Linebaugh
p. 100

Anyone is welcome and it is not required that one has read the text beforehand!

Drop-In Radical Reading group (*saturday 5/31/2014*) @ 1pm

The Drop-in Radical Reading Group is meeting this Saturday (5/31) at 1pm in Room 1 at Downtown Ypsi Library on Michigan Ave.

All this month we have been from the Water St. Reader (aka striven to remain in a state of flux).

This week we will be reading

“The General Antagonism”
by Stefano Harney, Fred Moten, and Stevphen Shukaitis
p. 120 in Water St. Reader (pdf attached)

Anyone is welcome and it is not required that one has read the text beforehand!

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Drop-in Radical Reading Group (5/10)

The Drop-in Radical Reading Group is meeting this Saturday (5/10) at 1pm in Room 1 at Downtown Ypsilanti Library on Michigan Ave.
We will be reading selections from the Water St. Reader (free copies of which can be found at various locations around town). I was able to find links to hooks and Graeber.
***Anyone is welcome and it is not required that one has read the text beforehand!***

bell hooks, “Love as the Practice of Freedom”
p. 1 in Water St. Reader
online at http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/dreznik/Love%20as%20the%20Practice%20of%20Freedom%20by%20bell%20hooks.pdf

Alphonso Lingis, “Reticence”
p. 18 in Water St. Reader

David Graeber, “A Practical Utopian’s Guide to the Coming Collapse”
p. 192 in Water St. Reader
http://www.thebaffler.com/past/practical_utopians_guide

Final May Day Schedule

here’s the official schedule:

Water Street Commons, Ypsilanti

Schedule

1:30 PM Anti-racist reading group Here‘s the link to the text: https://libcom.org/library/who-oakland-anti-oppression-activism-politics-safety-state-co-optation)
2:30 PM Eco-Justice workshops Michigan‘s Getting Fracked Up, with Sierra Club
The Basics on the AATA Bus Expansion, with Partners in Transit
System Change, Not Climate Change
3:30 PM Puppet Show The History of May Day, with Momo & Blake
5:30 PM Pot-luck feast Bring yourself, and food if you can
7:00 PM Water Street Tour Our local Native American history, with Matt Siegfried