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 Renewing the Anarchist Tradition 2005 
 How do we get from here to there?
 Speech
 Camilo Viveiros, Mostafa Henaway, Tanya Waters, Jason Winston, Matt Feinstein
 Aaron  
 For non-profit use only.
A panel discussion on anarchist praxis presented at the 2005 Renewing the Anarchist Tradition conference in Plainfield, Vermont. For more info, www.homemadejam.org/renew.
Produced by Aaron Lakoff (aaron@resist.ca).
Do you feel frustrated by the lack of anarchist strategy and organizing? Do you think a fundamental shift in contemporary anarchist organizing methodology is needed?
Panelists explore what we might learn from various organizing models, community struggles, and diverse political movements as well as the obstacles to applying anarchist theory.

This panel is a constructive dialogue about the tensions between mass-based work and explicityly radical political efforts. Thi includes the ways mass movements, community organizing, and traditional trade unionism can dismantle and repress the potential for radical change, and the way "radical" sectarianism can contribute to the demobilization of the growth of broad-based movements.

Facilitated by Camilo Viveiros.

-->Camilo has focused on community, youth, and tenant organizing toward economic and environmental justice.

-->Mostafa speaks about the role of anarchists in his work with the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, and in the Muslim community through taxi driver organizing and youth organizing in Toronto, Canada.

-->Jason and Tanya are co-founders of the Vermont Workers' Center. Jason has been a union organizer, community organizer, and activist for twenty years. Tanya is currently focusing her energies on women's health and reproductive rights.

-->Matt works with the Worcester Global Action Network on community safety and police violence and a harm-free zone, and with youth and community gardeners toward food justice.

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01:50:55 English 2005-09-24
 Plainfield, VT
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mostafah  00:19:11  128Kbps mp3
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