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#Karlsruhe: Role of Autonomous Spaces in Social Struggle“ – Anarchist initiative #Ljubljana

As the rumble of war and rising right-wing movements and politicians threaten Europe, the strength of our connections, the power to build our long-term projects, and the fierce determination to hold our streets is becoming more important than ever. What is the role of autonomous spaces in our struggles? Information event by the Anarchist initiative Ljubljana on June 25th, 06:00pm at the Pennsylvaniastraße 8 in Karlsruhe, Germany.


Originally published by Libertären Gruppe Karlsruhe

Note: Enough is Enough is not organizing any of  these events, we are publishing this text for people across the US and Europe to be able to see what is going on and for documentation only.

How do we make sure we do not become a self-referential and irrelevant space but remain a timeless source of inspiration for new connections, ideas, and the passion to live and fight?

How do we ensure that our spaces serve as a model for social relations in the world we wish to inhabit, and how do we make sure we don‘t stop there?

How do we turn our autonomous spaces into strongholds for communities in struggle?

Join a comrade from Slovenia, as they share their experience building long-term autonomous projects and infoshops, how they are used in different migrant, antifascist and anti-gentrification struggles, and the joys and dangers of that process.

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