[act-ma] 1/28, 6pm: International Panel of Student Activists

Susie Husted susie_husted at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 24 09:48:58 PST 2014

Struggling to Win: From Student Power to Popular Power
An international panel with speakers from Boston, Québec and Chile
Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014
Community Church of Boston
565 Boylston Street, Boston, MA
(T-stop: Copley/Back Bay)
info: http://chilespeakingtour.wordpress.com/
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/586122191464180/?ref=br_tf

Gabriel (Santiago de Chile) - Helped organize support for university student strikes as a high school militant of the Frente de Estudiantes Libertarios. Participated in Asamblea Coordinadora de Estudiantes Secundarios during large scale high school movement in 2006. Later coordinated university student participation in popular student-run school in Santiago.

Marie (Montréal) - Political science student, worker, anarchist, and radical femin...ist militant. Helped build 2012 student strike, traveling throughout the province to promote the mobilization and bring it to a mass movement. Currently involved in radical feminist collective and in new Anarchist political organization in formation in Montréal.

Maxime (Montréal) - Political science student doing Master degree on neighborhood assemblies that were created during the 2012 student strike in the province of Québec. Currently involved in some of these assemblies, his student association, and a newborn anarchist organization in Montréal.

Pablo (Santiago de Chile) - A founding member of Librería Proyección, a social center and bookstore where many organizations meet, including student collectives, feminist groups, unions, and artists. Gives introductory workshops on anarchist history and politics in social spaces and universities.

Katherine (Boston) - Undocumented student originally from the Dominican Republic.  Became involved in the Dream movement in 2010 as a high school student yearning for the passage of the DREAM Act. Currently works for the Student Immigrant Movement in Massachusetts, a grassroots organization developing undocumented youth into the leaders of the Dream Movement with the vision of equal rights for the undocumented immigrant community. 

sponsored by Black Rose Anarchist Federation

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