The fifth Oxford Real Farming Conference is taking place January 6 & 7th in the UK.
I will be on a panel talking about Reclaim the Fields. Its an inspiring event if you can make it. Don’t be put off by the privilege or the meat fest, we need all the radicals we can get present to keep asking the right questions and proposing ideas beyond capitalism and for libertarian agricultures.
The Oxford Real Farming Conference gathers farmers, activists, researchers and consumers to discuss the future of food and farming. It is full of interesting speakers, workshops & farm visits and looks at all the social, economic and ecological issues involved in transforming our food system.
Click here for full information about the Conference: http://www.oxfordrealfarmingconference.org
Bristol Anarchist Black Cross Presents
A Winter Warmer
The Festive period is a time of celebration, of getting together with friends and loved ones. As the days get shorter and the nights grow colder we begin to appreciate the comfort of those around us more. People in the prison system face the harsh reality of spending winter alone, away from those closest to them.
We invite you to join us for an evening of food & entertainment to celebrate what we have, and to write letters to prisoners, to show them that they have not been forgotten. We will be serving festive vegan food with mulled wine & cider along with some acoustic music and good company!
Suggested Donation £3.50 (Dinner & Dessert) from 6:30PM
Sunday 8th December
Kebele Social Centre
Tonight is the night for some powerviolence…
FREE Gaia U. Webinar on Prison Abolition and Permaculture
Date: November 8th – Time: 9:30 AM PST/12:30 PM EST/5:30 PM UTC
Host: Nicole Vosper
Description: MSc Associate Nicole Vosper explores the links between working for a world without prisons, by challenging the prison industrial complex and permaculture, that is how we can design and build communities that meet human needs ethically and sustainably. This call looks at the links between these struggles and the necessity of both.
Host Bio: Nicole is a permaculture practitioner & community organizer based in Somerset in the UK. She is an MSc Associate with Gaia U, interested in political agroecology and how new agricultural practices are linked to social change. She is also an ex-prisoner and actively involved in prison abolition organizing. http://www.wildheartpermaculture.co.uk
Registration and Call Process: clicking on the registration links above will take you to Maestro Conference website, where you will type in your name and e-mail to register for the call. Maestro will provide you with a call in number and unique pin. The call is a USA number. You may call in on a land line, cell phone, VOIP or Skype Out. Please arrive on time. If you arrive early you will be placed on hold and if you arrive late you will be placed on mute until we can integrate you into the call. If the call has a screen share or Google presentation, the link will be e-mailed to you before the call.
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