An alternative space called Loophole (located at 285 9th Street, near the corner of Folsom) will be hosting a free evening of short talks on anarchy this coming Friday, March 10, from 7 to 930pm.
I’ll be giving a short talk on the topic of “Non-aggression with a side of land reform”.
If you plan to attend, or want to let others know about it, please refer them to the LPSF Meetup page, where I created a meetup for the event:
Other speakers are invited, so if you have something to say on an anarchy-related topic yourself, you can sign up here – https://forms.gle/fLNwBFH8Whmc12AUA.
Here is the event description as posted at the above link (but please RSVP there to help show the Meetup world that people are attending):
Loophole space (285 9th Street @Folsom) is hosting a free event featuring short talks on various topics. (Unfortunately the space is NOT wheelchair-accessible, being up one flight of stairs.)
LPSF chair Starchild will be among the presenters, planning to talk about the libertarian Non-Aggression Principle and some ideas about geo-libertarian (aka georgist) land reform.
You too can sign up to give a talk on an anarchist-related topic if you desire! Or just come and listen (presumably there will also be Q&A, or a chance to ask questions and give feedback).
From the organizers:
"Come join us for an evening of anarchist speed talks and hangout! This free event is all about bringing people together to share ideas and connect with like-minded folks.
Anyone can and is encouraged to give a talk regardless of experience - we will have dedicated time for last-minute sign-ups as well as a sign-up sheet.
Talks should be 5-20 minutes and in the broad themes of anarchism, punk, anti-statism, and liberationist spheres. Whether you’re an experienced activist or just curious about anarchism, hopefully, there’ll be something for you.
Oh, and we’ll also have tables set up for zines, flyers, art, stickers, or whatever else you’d like to share. It’s a great chance to browse and pick up some new reading material.
After the talks, we’ll hang out for a bit. This is a chill space where you can meet new people, chat about the talks, and have a good time.
Feel free to bring snacks to share and please support the veganarchist by not including animal products and considering food that is labeled and edible by a wide number of people."
Love & Liberty,
((( starchild )))