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Zaps - 05/11
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Zaps - May 2011
MAY DAY - May 1 is May Day, also International Workers Day, celebrating the successful fight of workers for rights such as the eight-hour workday. Events are held worldwide, such as the May Day Unity Coalition rally at noon in Union Square in NYC and a march from Judkins Park to a rally at Memorial Stadium in Seattle.
Contact: May Day United, 646-535-6291; email@example.com; www.maydayunited.org. May 1st Coalition for Worker and Immigrant Rights, 55 West 17 Street, #5C, NY, NY 10011; 212-633-6646; www.may1.info.
ANTINUKE - A Mother's Day Vigil & Direct Action against nukes is scheduled for all day May 7 at the Ground Zero organizing center in Kitsap, Washington and the nearby Bangor Trident Nuclear Submarine Base.
PEACEFAIR - The seventh annual Brooklyn Peace Fair will be held Saturday, May 7 at Brooklyn College. This year's theme is "War, Military Budget, and the Economy" and features workshops, music, videos, art, and more.
MARIJUANA MARCH - On the first Saturday of May (May 7 this year) marijuana legalization activists hold informational and educational events, rallies, and marches in cities around the world.
WOMEN'S STUDIES - An international conference, Women in the 21st Century, is scheduled from May 16-20 in Havana, Cuba. Sponsored by University of Havana's Women Studies program and the Federation of Cuban Women, the conference will feature presentations in academic disciplines concerning gender, feminism, and women's studies.
FOOD SECURITY - The Community Food Security Coalition is hosting a conference entitled "Food Policy from Neighborhood to Nation" from May 19-21 in Portland, Oregon. It brings together people from across North America who are working to influence food and agricultural policy and includes networking, field trips, and workshops.
Contact: CFSC, 3830 SE Division St., Portland, OR 97202; 503-954-2970; www.foodsecurity.org.
EDUCATION FORUM - The Rouge Forum 2011 conference will be held May 20-22 at Lewis University's campus in Romeoville, Illinois.
MIDEAST POLICY - Women for Peace, Global Exchange, and the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, together with over 80 peace and justice groups, are organizing a gathering in Washington, DC from May 21-24, called "Move Over AIPAC: Building a New US Middle East Policy," timed to coincide with the annual policy meeting of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
CLEMENCY RALLY - A May 21 March & Rally for Justice in Portland kicks off a new campaign for clemency for American Indian political prisoner Leonard Peltier, held for more than 35 years for a crime he did not commit and suffering declining health. Car pools are being organized and donations are needed.
ANARCHY FEST - A month-long Festival of Anarchy, which includes an Anarchist Bookfair, is scheduled for May in Montreal, Canada from May 21-22.
GAZA FLOTILLA II - As planned at the 2011 World Social Forum, the last week of May will be a week in solidarity with the Gaza Freedom Flotilla, which delivers emergency supplies to the population of the Palestinian Gaza strip suffering an illegal embargo/blockade by Israel. Informational and fundraising events are encouraged.
FEMINIST SCI-FI - The feminist science fiction convention WisCon 35 is scheduled for May 26-30 in Madison, Wisconsin, featuring discussion and debate of sci-fi/fantasy ideas relating to feminism, gender, race, and class.
MULTICULTURE - The National Conference for Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) holds its annual conference May 31 through June 1 in San Francisco.
Contact: Southwest Center for Human Relations Studies, 3200 Marshall Avenue, Suite 290, Norman, OK 73072; 405-325-3694; www.ncore.ou.edu.
RADIO - The 36th Annual Community Radio Conference is scheduled for June 1-4 in San Francisco with discussions and workshops.
ADC CONFERENCE - The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) holds its annual conference June 10-12 in Washington, DC, with panel discussions and workshops on civil rights, media, the changes in the Mideast, etc.
BIKING - Bikes Not Bombs is holding its 24th annual Bike-A-Thon and Green Roots Festival in Boston, Massachusetts on June 12, with several bike rides scheduled, music, exhibitors, and more.
LABOR - The Pacific Northwest Labor History Association's 43rd annual conference, "When Unions Matter Most: Opportunities for Collaboration and Solidarity," is scheduled for June 17-19 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
SPACE WEAPONS - The Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space holds its 19th annual Organizing Conference from June 17-19 in North Andover, Massachusetts, with peace activists from around the world and a low-cost sliding scale fee to attend. Additionally, a vigil will be held at a Raytheon production plant on the afternoon of June 17, and a concert with Tetsu Kitagawa, one of Japan's leading peace and justice singer/songwriters, is scheduled for the evening of June 18.
MEDIA - The 13th annual Allied Media Conference will be held June 23-26 in the McGregor Conference Center at Wayne State University in Detroit. Participatory workshops and skillshares will emphasize DIY alternative media to advance visions of a just and creative world.
Contact: Allied Media Projects, 4126 Third St., Detroit, MI 48201; www.alliedmediaconference.org.
CARAVAN - The 22nd annual Pastors for Peace Friendship Caravan to Cuba is scheduled for July 2 through August 1. Volunteers will travel across the U.S. and Canada collecting aid and educating about the unjust blockade against Cuba, before an orientation in Texas July 17-19, followed by an educational program in Cuba July 22-30, followed by a return journey. People can participate by attending or hosting local events, donating materials, or sponsoring a traveler.
EASTERN CO-OPS - The Eastern Conference for Workplace
Democracy, Connecting our Workplaces; Building Cooperative Economies is being held from July 8-10 at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
PROGRESSIVE SCI-FI - The Think Galacticon 3 conference from July 8-10 at Roosevelt University in Chicago is a project of the Think Galactic Reading Group and Collective. The conference offers a space where leftists and others can discuss how speculative fiction can inform ideas about social justice.
LA RAZA - The annual National Council of La Raza (NCLR) Conference is scheduled for July 23-26 in Washington, DC, with workshops, presentations, and panel discussions.
Contact: NCLR Headquarters Office, Raul Yzaguirre Building, 1126 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036; 202-785-1670; www.nclr.org.
POPULAR ECONOMICS - The Center for Popular Economics is holding its 2011 Summer Institute July 24-30 at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. No background in economics is needed for this intensive training. This year's theme is Media, Democracy, and the Economy.
COMMUNITY MEDIA - The Alliance for Community Media 2011 National Conference is scheduled for July 27-30 in Tucson, Arizona. Hands-on workshops and skillshares will be offered by this grassroots coalition of community media groups.
Contact: ACM, 1760 Old Meadow Road, Suite 500, McLean, VA 22102; www.alliancecm.org.
VETERANS - Veterans for Peace is holding this year's annual convention August 3-7 at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. This year's theme is Resilience, Resistance, and Non-Violent Revolution.
Contact: Contact Veterans For Peace, 216 S. Meramec Ave., St. Louis, MO 63105; 314-725-6005; www.vfpnationalconvention.org.
COMMUNITIES - The Communities Conference is a networking and learning opportunity for co-operative or communal lifestyles, with workshops, events, and entertainment scheduled for August 19-21 at the Twin Oaks Community in Louisa, Virginia.
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ECONOMIC INFO - The State of Working America, an ongoing analysis published since 1988 by the Economic Policy Institute, includes a wide variety of data on family incomes, wages, jobs, unemployment, wealth, and poverty that allow for a clear, understanding of the economy's effect on the living standards of working Americans. Now available online.
ESSAYS WANTED - The Daniel Singer Millennium Prize Foundation invites submissions to the 2011 Daniel Singer Prize competition of up to 5,000 words on the topic: "In some Western countries, right-wing populism has been able to channel much of the anger caused by the financial crisis and its effects. Why has the left been marginalized? How can this be overcome?" Deadline is July 31.
COLLABORATION - The online Post-Capitalist Project (or PostCap) seeks to gather and disseminate the widest range of innovative research and debate on how we can move, or may already be moving, towards socialist transformation.
AFRICAN WOMEN - Women and Security Governance in Africa, edited by Funmi Olonisakin and Awino Okech, offers a critique of security and development policy dominated by global actors in connivance with an African elite by examining its impact on women.
CHICAGO SCHOOL - In Reality Ignored: How Milton Friedman and Chicago Economics Undermined American Institutions and Endangered the Global Economy, Kenneth M. Davidson blames Milton Friedman and Chicago School Economics for damaging American society and its economy.
COMPILATION - In The Compassionate Rebel Revolution: Ordinary People Changing the World, journalist Burt Berlowe presents 60 stories of everyday activists, making a case for transforming our culture with a grassroots global movement.
DISPOSSESSION - In Pedagogy, Policy, and the Privatized City: Stories of Dispossession and Defiance from New Orleans, Kristen L. Buras, Jim Randels, Kalamu ya Salaam, and New Orleans high school students offer stories of marginalized youth and their teachers who contest the neo-conservative/new-liberal privatization assault on their communities.
INTERNS - In Intern Nation: How to Earn Nothing and Learn Little in the Brave New Economy, Ross Perlin exposes a burgeoning new class oppression and the fundamental social inequalities that unpaid or little-paid internships exploit and intensify.
LABOR - Rebel Rank and File: Labor Militancy and Revolt from Below During the Long 1970s, edited by Aaron Brenner, Robert Brenner, and Cal Winslow, explores an era of sustained worker militancy involving strikes, caucuses, and democratization, rich in lessons for today's labor movement.
PALESTINE - In The Palestinian Right of Return Under International Law, Francis A. Boyle argues that the just resolution of the Palestinian right of return is at the very heart of the Middle East peace process and that a racist "Jewish state" of Israel is doomed to failure.
PSYCHOLOGY - In Get Up, Stand Up: Uniting Populists, Energizing the Defeated, and Battling the Corporate Elite, Bruce E. Levine details the inspiration, motivation, strategies, and tactics that oppressed peoples have successfully employed to gain power, arguing that people today can wrest power away from the "corporatocracy."
Contact: Chelsea Green Publishing, 85 North Main Street, Suite 120, White River Jct., Vermont 05001; 800-639-4099; www.chelseagreen.com.
RADICALS - Capital and Its Discontents: Conversations with Radical Thinkers in a Time of Tumult, edited by Sasha Lilley, offers a series of incisive conversations with some of the most eminent thinkers and political economists on the Left—including David Harvey, Ellen Meiksins Wood, Mike Davis, Leo Panitch, Tariq Ali, and Noam Chomsky.
TAMILS - In Posted in Colombo: A Glance at Toiling Women and the Indian Tamils of Sri Lanka, Shizue Tomoda describes her more than three years spent working in Sri Lanka as director of the International Labor Organization (ILO)'s Colombo office.
WAR - Reasons to Kill: Why Americans Choose War, by Richard E. Rubenstein, explores both the rhetoric that sells war to the public and the underlying cultural and social factors that make it so effective in a country that is perpetually killing on a vast scale.
WOMEN PRISONERS - In Razor Wire Women: Prisoners, Activists, Scholars, and Artists, editors Jodie Michelle Lawston and Ashley E. Lucas put incarcerated women in dialogue with scholars, artists, educators, and activists who live outside of prisons but work on issues connected to the prison industrial complex.
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AnnouncementsLABOR - May 1 is May Day. Workers of the world will celebrate the 124th anniversary of International Worker’s Day. Born out of a call for an 8-hour workday in the United States, this day is an opportunity for all workers to show their solidarity with one another, as well as to renew the call for labor rights.
FARM CONFERENCE - The Farm Conference on Community and Sustainability will be held May 24-26 in Summertown, TN, in partnership with the Fellowship of Intentional Communities. Tour green homes, see sustainable food production, learn about solar installations, alternative education, midwifery, and more.
Contact: Douglas@thefarmcommunity.com; http://www.thefarmcommunity.com/.
PALESTINE - The Conference of the Palestinian Shatat in North American will be held June 3-5 in Vancouver. The conference will examine the future of the Palestinian liberation movement.
Contact: email@example.com; http://www.palestinianconference.org/.
LABOR - The Pacific Northwest Labor History Association’s 45th annual conference will be held May 3-5, in Portland, OR. This year’s theme is Labor Under Attack: Learning from the Past and Preparing for the Future. A call for presentations, workshops and papers is currently underway.
Contact: PNLHA, 27920 68th Ave. East, Graham, WA 98338; 206-406-2604; PNLHA1@aol.com; http://www3.telus.net.
MARIJUANA - On the first Saturday of May marijuana legalization activists will hold informational and educational events, rallies and marches in over 300 cities around the world.
ECONOMICS - The Union For Radical Political Economics will hold its 39th annual conference May 9-11 in New York City.
RECLAIM THE DREAM - The 2013 Poor People’s Campaign & March from Baltimore to Washington D.C. will be May 11. Communities, schools and unions interested in participating are encouraged to contact the Baltimore People’s Assembly.
Contact: 410-500-2168; 410-218-4835; BaltimorePeoplesAssembly@gmail.com; Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Baltimore and the Baltimore Peoples Power Assembly, 2011 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218.
MOTHER’S DAY - The 17th Annual Mother’s Day Walk For Peace will be May 12th, in Dorchester, MA. The walk began in 1996 for families who had lost children to violence. The day has become a way for thousands of people to financially support the work of the Louis Brown Peace Institute.
Contact: http://www.ldbpeaceinstitute.org/; http://mothersdaywalk4peace.org/.
NATO 5 - An International Week of Solidarity with the NATO 5 has been called for May 16-21. Supports call on supporters to raise awareness of the NATO 5 and support funds for the defendants on the one-year anniversary of their preemptive arrests.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; https://nato5support.wordpress.com.
MOUNTAINTOP - The 2013 Mountain Justice Summer Activist Training Camp will be held May 19-27 in Damascus, VA. It will be a week of workshops, field trips to view Mountain Top Removal coal mines, direct actions, and service project.
FEMINIST SCI-FI - The feminist science fiction convention WisCon 37 is scheduled for May 24-27 in Madison, WI.
Contact: WisCon, ? SF3, PO Box 1624, Madison, WI 53701; email@example.com; http://www.wiscon.info/.
ANARCHY FEST - A month-long Festival of Anarchy is scheduled for May in Montreal. The festival includes The Montreal Anarchist Bookfair (May 19-20).
Contact: http://www.anarchistbookfair.ca/; http://www.radicalmontreal.com/.
LABOR - The International Labor Rights Forum will present: Down the Supply Chain, Driving Corporate Accountability, on May 22 in Washington, DC. The Labor Rights Awards Ceremony and Reception will honor pioneers in supply chain worker organizing, working solidarity and international labor rights policy.
MULTICULTURE - The 26th annual National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) will take place May 28-June 1, in New Orleans.
Contact: SWCHRS, 3200 Marshall Avenue, Suite 290, Norman, OK 73072; 405-325-3694; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.ncore.ou.edu.
MEDIA - The 2013 Alliance for Community Media Annual Conference will be held May 29-31, in San Francisco, CA. Participants will include educators, community leaders, media professionals, journalists, nonprofit leaders, policymakers and students.
RADIO - The 38th Annual Community Radio Conference is schedule for May 29-June 1, in San Francisco, CA, with discussions and workshops.
Contact: 1101 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20004; 202-756-2268; email@example.com; http://www.nfcb.org/.
BRADLEY MANNING - On June 1, a rally will be held at Fort Meade in support of Bradley Manning.
BIKES - Bikes Not Bombs is holding its 24th annual Bike-A-Thon and Green Roots Festival in Boston, MA on June 3, with several bike rides scheduled, music, exhibitors and more.
Contact: Bikes Not Bombs, 284 Amory St., Jamaica Plain, MA 02130; 617-522-0222; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.bikesnotbombs.org.
LEFT FORUM - The 2013 Left Forum will be held June 7-9, at Pace University in New York City.
Contact: 365 Fifth Avenue, CUNY Graduated Center, ? Sociology Dept., New York, NY 10016; http://www.leftforum.org/.
VEGAN FEST - Mad City Vegan Fest will be held in Madison, WI, June 8. The annual event features food, speakers, and exhibitors.
Contact: 122 State Street, Suite 405 B, Madison, WI 53701; email@example.com; http://veganfest.org/.
ADC CONFERENCE - The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) holds its annual conference June 13-16, in Washington, DC, with panel discussions and workshops on civil rights, media and other topics.
Contact: 1990 M Street, Suite 610, Washington, DC, 20036; 202-244-2990; firstname.lastname@example.org http://convention.adc.org/.
CUBA/SOCIALISM - A Cuban-North American Dialog on Socialist Renewal and Global Capitalist Crisis will be held in Havana, Cuba, June 16-30. There will be a 5 day Seminar at University of Havana, plus visits to a cooperative, urban garden, community development project, social research centers, and educational & medical institutions.
Contact: email@example.com; http://www.globaljusticecenter.org/.
NETROOTS - The 8th Annual Netroots Nation conference will take place June 20-23 in San Jose, CA. The event features panels, trainings, networking, screenings, and keynotes.
Contact: 164 Robles Way, #276, Vallejo, CA 94591; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.netrootsnation.org/.
MEDIA - The 15th annual Allied Media Conference will be held June 20-23, in Detroit.
Contact: 4126 Third Street, Detroit, MI 48201; http://alliedmedia.org/.
GRASSROOTS - The United We Stand Festival will be hosted by Free & Equal, June 22 in Little Rock, Arkansas. The festival aims to reform the electoral process throughout the U.S.
SOCIALISM - The Socialism 2013 Conference is scheduled for June 27-30 in Chicago, featuring talks and panel discussions.
Contact: email@example.com; http://www.socialismconference.org.
LITERACY - The National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) will hold its conference July 12-13 in Los Angeles under the heading, Intersections: Teaching and Learning Across Media.
Contact: 10 Laurel Hill Drive, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003; http://namle.net/conference/.
IWW - The North American Work People’s College will take place July 12-16 at Mesaba Co-op Park in northern Minnesota. The event will bring together Wobblies from branches across the continent to learn new skills and build One Big Union.
PEACESTOCK - On July 13th, the 11th Annual Peacestock: A Gathering for Peace, will take place at Windbeam Farm in Hager City, WI. The event is a mixture of music, speakers and community for peace. Sponsored by Veterans for Peace.
Contact: Bill Habedank, 1913 Grandview Ave., Red Wing, MN 55066; 651-388-7733; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.peacestockvfp.org.
CHILDREN’S DEFENSE - July 15-19, join clergy, seminarians, Christian educators, young adult leaders and other faith-based advocates for children at CDF Haley Farm in Clinton, Tennessee, for five days of spiritual renewal, networking, movement building workshops, and continuing education about the urgent needs of children at the 19th annual Proctor Institute for Child Advocacy Ministry.
Contact: email@example.com; http://www.childrensdefense.org.
ACTIVIST CAMP - Youth Empowered Action (YEA) Camp will have sessions in July and August in Ben Lomond, CA; Portland, OR; Charlton, MA. YEA Camp is designed for activists 12-17 years old who want to make a difference in the world.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; http://yeacamp.org/.
LA RAZA - The annual National Council of La Raza (NCLR) Conference is scheduled for July 18-19 in New Orleans, with workshops, presentations and panel discussions.
Contact: NCLR Headquarters Office, Raul Yzaguirre Building, 1126 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036; 202-785-1670; www.nclr.org.
LABOR - The Eastern Conference For Workplace Democracy: Growing Our Cooperatives, Growing Our Communities, will be held at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, July 26-28.
Contact: email@example.com; http://east.usworker.coop/.
WOMEN/LYNNE STEWART- Radical Women is asking for support letters and cards to be sent to Lynne Stewart. Stewart is a civil rights attorney and political prisoner who is currently in jail. She has breast cancer and authorities have denied her request for transfer from her Texas prison to the New York City hospital where she received medical attention during a prior bout of breast cancer. Send messages and cards to: Lynne Stewart 53504-054, Federal Medical Center Carswell, P.O. Box 27137, Fort Worth, TX 76127.
Contact: 747 Polk Street, San Francisco, CA 94109; 415-864-1278; RadicalWomenUS@gmail.com; http://lynnestewart.org/; http://www.radicalwomen.org/.
HAITI/WOMEN - Haiti’s government is considering a legal reform measure that would prohibit and punish all sexual assault, including marital rape. MADRE and the International Campaign to Stop Rape & Gender Violence in Conflict are launching a petition to raise international support for this push to address violence against women in Haiti.
Contact: 121 West 27th Street, #301, New York, NY 10001; 212-627-0444; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.madre.org.
SYRIA/MIDDLE EAST - The Middle East Children’s Alliance (MECA) is currently seeking funds to assist more than 200,000 refugees fleeing violence in Syria.
FOLK FESTIVAL - The Falcon Ridge Folk Festival will be held August 2-4, in the Berkshires, NY.
Contact: http://www.falconridgefolk.com/; email@example.com.
WAR RESISTERS - The War Resisters League will hold its 90th anniversary conference, Revolutionary Nonviolence: Building Bridges Across Generations and Communities, August 1-4, at Georgetown University. The event will focus on the U.S.’ long history of antimilitarism.
Contact: 339 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012; 212-228-0450; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.warresisters.org.
POPULAR ECONOMICS - The Center for Popular Economics is holding its 2013 Summer Institute August 4-9 at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA. No background in economics is needed for this intensive training. This year’s theme is, The Care Economy: Building a Just Economy with a Heart.
Contact: Center for Popular Economics, PO Box 785 Amherst, MA 01004; 413-545-0743; email@example.com; www.populareconomics.org.
VETERANS - Veterans for Peace is holding the 28th annual convention August 6-11 in Madison, WI. This year’s theme is, Power To The Peaceful.
DEMOCRACY - The Democracy Convention will take place August 7-11 in Madison, WI. The convention brings together nine conferences including topics such as media, education, defense, race, environment and others.
MEN - The 38th National Conference on Men & Masculinity: Forging Justice: Creating Safe, Equal and Accountable Communities, presented in partnership with HAVEN, will be held in Detroit, MI, August 8-10.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.nomas.org/.
OCCUPY - An Occupy National Gathering will be held in Kalamazoo, MI, August 21-25.
Contact: email@example.com; http://occupynationalgathering.net/.
COMMUNITIES - The Communities Conference is a networking and learning opportunity for co-operative or communal lifestyles, with workshops, events and entertainment; scheduled for August 30-September 2 at the Twin Oaks Community in Louisa, Virginia.
LABOR DAY - The 29th annual Bread and Roses Festival, a celebration of the ethnic diversity and labor history of Lawrence, MA, will be held September 2, in honor of the 1912 Bread and Roses Strike. There will be music, dance, poetry, drama, ethnic food, historical demonstrations, walking & trolley tours.
Contact: PO Box 1137, Lawrence, MA 01842; 978-794-1655; http://www.breadandrosesheritage.org/.
OCCUPY WALL STREET - September 17 is the two-year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Events are planned in New York City and worldwide.
TEACHERS - The 13th Annual Conference, “Teaching for Social Justice: The Politics of Pedagogy,” will be held October 12 in San Francisco, CA. The free event features workshops, resources, and free childcare.
Contact: 415-676-7844; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.t4sj.org/.
HAITI - International Action, which brings clean water and chlorinators to Haiti, seeks office space capable of housing up to six people and their office equipment.
Contact: Zach Bremer, Zbrehmer@haitiwater.org; 202-488-0735; http://www.haitiwater.org/.
MEDIA - The Union for Democratic Communications and Project Censored are sponsoring a joint conference on media democracy, media activism and social justice to be held November 1-3 at the University of San Francisco. Proposals for presentations, workshops and panels from activists and critical scholars are invited.