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February 22nd from 12pm to 6pm in room #2 at the labor temple 840 E street in Eureka

An interactive exploration of freedom. Join in on a discussion about the concept of freedom and the conditions necessary to achieve it, explored from material, philosophical, psychological, and spiritual perspectives. There will be opportunities for self-reflection and journaling, one-on-one and small group conversation, and whole group sharing.

The hope is that this exercise will help stoke the flame of longing for freedom and motivate the pursuit of it.

We introduced this workshop at the 10th Humboldt Anarchist Book Fair and found that an hour was barely enough time to get started. So we decided to make a day of it! This technically the 3rd workshop in the series but you definitely don’t have to have been at the previous ones to participate in this one.

The last couple have been chock full of philosophy. This time we hope to get more into economic and political systems and how they relate to freedom.

We suggest you bring snacks and a drinking container. We could even make it a potluck if y’all post what you’re bringing in the comments. A notebook and writing implement are also a good idea.

11 January, 2020 @ 12:00 pm 6:00 pm

Humboldt-Del Norte LaborTemple

840 E St
Eureka, 95501 United States
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Join in on a discussion about the concept of freedom and the conditions necessary to achieve it, explored from material, philosophical, psychological, and spiritual perspectives. There will be opportunities for self-reflection and journaling, one-on-one and small group conversation, and whole group sharing.

The hope is that this exercise will help stoke the flame of longing for freedom and motivate the pursuit of it.

We suggest you bring snacks and a drinking container. We could even make it a potluck if y’all post what you’re bringing in the comments. A notebook and writing implement are also a good idea.

Join in on a discussion about the concept of freedom and the conditions necessary to achieve it, explored from material, philosophical, psychological, and spiritual perspectives. There will be opportunities for self-reflection and journaling, one-on-one and small group conversation, and whole group sharing.

The hope is that this exercise will help stoke the flame of longing for freedom and motivate the pursuit of it.

We suggest you bring snacks and a drinking container. We could even make it a potluck if y’all post what you’re bringing in the comments. A notebook and writing implement are also a good idea.

The machinations of the military-industrial complex and ruling classes are at it once more.

The egregious assassination of Iranian Qassem Soleimani does nothing to guarantee the security or liberty of people abroad or here in the United States. Unless we react and take action, working class people will bear the cost of these atrocious acts as Trump furthers the economic and political machinations of the military-industrial complex and authoritarian ruling classes.

This unconscionable act of aggression is no different than the war waged on the working class. Since September 2001 we spent well over $1 trillion on the perpetual “War On Terror;” in effect bombing the shit out of brown people overseas for purposes of racism, profit, and distraction. The only ones to benefit from these wars are those who create/furnish weapons and war materials, and the authoritarian classes who further conglomerate their power.

For us, the working class, it is a distraction from the gross re-appropriation of our resources. The squandered resources on these wars have done nothing to secure our safety locally as basic needs continue to go unmet: undrinkable water in Flint, Michigan or various California Central Valley communities; urban and rural food deserts; or mental/health care inaccessibility.

It is our responsibility to seize the resources necessary to correct and improve our domestic deficiencies. It is our duty to seize and control the resources necessary to discontinue and end these intolerable acts of military aggression.

Any war in which we are the aggressor is unjust; and, any working class person ought to be against such actions.

We stand against the war with Iran and the War on Terror.

Third Annual Holiday Celebration hosted by Old Town Community Alliance @ The Eureka Gazebo

December 25 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Our event is free to everyone. Pulled pork and side dishes, desserts and coffee will be served for free. Also, the Free Store will be stocked with winter-related clothing+accessories for anyone in need. We’re expanding our kid’s tent with free crafts, activities and a photo booth. You and your family are welcome to join us! If you’d like to volunteer or contribute in some way contact us: oldtowncommunityalliance@gmail.com
Our Donation Drive (which will stock our Free Store and be given away to those in need) is happening now. We ask that you gather any clean (used is ok) and in good condition winter clothing +accessories. Encourage family, friends and neighbors to do the same. Help divert excess waste by giving your unwanted items a second life. We have bins at the following locations: Six Rivers Brewery, Kyoto’s, Humboldt Republic, The Shanty and RMI. Herebis our flyer for our donation drive: 

Old Town Community Alliance

(530)921-1829