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Building a Revolutionary Coalition in #Philly

Anarchists, Communists, Socialists: Bridging the Divides. Discussion and info event on Wednesday July 11, 19:00 – 21:00 EDT, Wooden Shoe Books and Records at 704 South St, Philadelphia 19147.

Originally published at Raddical Education Department and Wooden Shoe Books and Records Facebook event page.

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.

Featuring a panel of individuals discussing their experiences from radical organizations, including: 
*Philly Socialists
*Philly IWW
*Philly Food Not Bombs
*Radical Education Department

In Philly, like in many other cities, radical groups often work separately. We come together for certain events, or anniversaries like May Day, but beyond these we can tend to stick to our own projects. How can we create more radical support for, and coordination with, each other? How can we build a radical, durable, and broad-based coalition in Philly?

This summer, the Radical Education Department (RED) is working with other radical groups in the city to coordinate a series of three discussions—building off of our Wooden Shoe discussion this past spring on “Antifascist Education.” The overall theme for this summer series is “Building a Revolutionary Coalition in Philly.” The first talk, at the Wooden Shoe, will be around the theme “Anarchists, communists, socialists: Bridging the divides in Philly.” One goal is to discuss ways to create more solidarity between groups in the city, exploring the deep history of radical coalitions—among anarchists, communists, and well beyond—along the way.

https://radicaleducationdepartment.com


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