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Anti War Conference -OCT 25-27

by So Cal P.O.W.E.R Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2002 at 8:00 AM
SOCALPOWER@WEAREPOWER.ORG 949-436-1188 1919 W. 7th st los angeles

Tired of marches ? Want to revise your tactics? Come get encouraged and educated at the same time!

ANARCHIST PERSPECTIVE ON WAR

A three day event organized as a direct response to educate and empower people to make informed decisions about the many different war's being waged all over the world. Totally FREE of charge. This conference is an anarchist perspective on the different aspects and types of war, and how it affects us ordinary people in our daily lives. It will focus on growing political repression due to war, racism, immigration, patriotism, and also to promote community organizing, direct action/civil disobedience, and anarchist practices. As Anarchists we do not accept and refuse to obey the racist war's the US military has waged or is currently waging on people all over the world. This is a conference in which we are able to come together and speak to one another on what ordinary people can do to promote an anti-war and anti-authoritarian political movement within our own communities. We want a better world, one without hierarchy, imperialists, or empires. We want a new world, and we are hoping that through education and action we are able to achieve that common goal that binds us all together.

Friday October 25 to Sunday October 27

Schedual:

FRIDAY OCTOBER 25, 2002

7:00 - 11: 30

LIVE HIP HOP & SPOKEN WORD NIGHT

BlueKey Core-Tet

Jupitersciples

Yaoh & Scott Keltic Knot

Over the Counter Intelligence

Mechanizm

Maj-eye & Prophetic

Xololanxinxo

Mezsenger

Perceptual Klues

Freedom Smugglers



SATURDAY OCTOBER 26, 2002

10:00 - 11:30

-Aspects of Environmental Destruction Due to War Candace

-The Theater of Protest, Dissecting Resistance The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest

-Self Defense Gina & Colin

-Education on ROTC/JROTC recruitment Mike Novick of Anti-Racist Action (ARA) and POWER

- Art Arts in Action

- Beyond the culture of blame, punishment, and war: building peace and building anarchy Shawn McDougal



11:30 - 12:30

Lunch & Plenary



12:30 - 2:00

-Colonialism & Racism Mike Novick from Anti-Racist Action & POWER

-The 2nd colonization of the Americas Comite Zapatista De Los Angeles

-History and Prehistory of War Ben Axiom

-Globalization & War Jim Araby from POWER

-Invest in Caring Not Killing International Wages for House Work Campaign

12:30 - 4:00

-Challenging White Supremacy Chris Crass, Kerry Levenberg, Amiee Fishman

2:00 - 2:30

-Plenary

2:30 - 4:00

-Linkage between the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict & the U.S. reinvasion of Iraq Women in Black

-Afghanistan One Year Later Sonali Kolhatkar from Afghan Women’s Mission and KPFK radio

-War and it's effect on the Indigenous People of the Americas Lupe Lopez and Lori Gonzales of Alianza Indigena

-Iraqi Sanctions Leah Wells from Nuclear Age Peace Foundation & Voices in the Wilderness

-Immigrants Know Your Rights Los Jovenes

4:00 - 5:30

-Plenary & Discussion in Break out Groups



5:30 - 7:00

-Break

7:00 - 11:30

JUNGLE & HIP HOP DANCE/RAVE

DJ MIYUKI (LA’s only female Japanese jungle DJ)

DJ SHY (LA’s only female Korean hip hop DJ)



SUNDAY OCTOBER 27, 2002

11:00 - 12:30

-Anarchist History Panel Chris Crass, Matt Hart, Ericka & Sam

- Post 9/11 effects on Immigrants Rights Hasan Hasan & Beth from POWER

-The Fight for Palestine Tamara Rettino & Garrick Ruiz from International Solidarity Movement (ISM)

-Korean Immigrant Workers Advocate (KIWA)

-Street Medics Colin

- Direct Action Arts in Action

12:30 - 1:30

-Lunch / Plenary



1:30 - 3:00

-Amerkican History B side: White Supremacy, Violence and Genocide MCAlienmindcontrol

-U.S Foreign Policy Frank Dorrel

-Political Prisoners / Prisoners of War Anarchist Black Cross Federation (ABCF LA)

-Effects of Military & War in South America Don White From Committee in Solidarity With the People of El Salvador (CISPES)

-War and it’s effect on workers & Unions Jim Smith from L.A. Labor News

-History & First Hand experience about the War in El Salvador Yaoh from Atlachinolli Front & Cultural Center of Anahuac

3:00 - 5:00

Panel Discussion on Anarchist Anti-War Organizing

5:00 - 7:00

Outdoor activity at Macarthur Park

7:00 - 11:30

ECLECTIC MIX OF RESISTANCE MUSIC

LIVE PERFORMANCES BY:

Mailuna

P.C.P

Bambu

Suspect 7

Sorimodum

Idle

Balagtsan Collective

Cuauhtemoc

Aztlan Unearthed

Directions

Arts In Action

4th floor of 1919 7th Street, Los Angeles CA

TRANSIT:

take the bus, metro blue line, or metrolink to the metro red line, and exit at westlake/macarthur park. when you come out of the station, turn around (away from the park) and walk across to the next street. in front of you will be a four-story building with multi-colored canopies over the windows. the conference will be on the fourth floor of the building.

AUTOMOBILE:

from north and northwest - take 101 fwy south to alvarado and turn right. go past wilshire to 7th st, turn left, go one block, and park in the lot next to the intersection. arts in action is on the fourth floor of the building next to the lot.

from east and south - take 110 fwy north to 101 fwy north, exit alvarado,and turn left. go past wilshire to 7th st, turn left, go one block, and park in the lot next to the intersection. arts in action is on the fourth floor of the building next to the lot.

from southeast - take 710 fwy north to 5 fwy to the 10 west, exit hoover st, turn right and stay in the right-hand lane. after venice bl, alvarado will branch off to the right - take alvarado up to 7th st, turn right, go one block, and park in the lot next to the intersection. arts in action is on the fourth floor of the building next to the lot.

from west - take 10 fwy east to hoover st exit, turn left, go up hoover st, staying in the right-hand lane. after venice bl, alvarado will branch off to the right - take alvarado up to 7th st, turn right, go one block, and park in the lot next to the intersection. arts in action is on the fourth floor of the building next to the lot.





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