In 2015, for the first time in history, our movements for genuine change will gather in two core locations, and various PMA sites throughout the South for simultaneous Social Forum convergences that will be expressed in technology and in spirt.
Some of us will gather in
and we invite you to click on those links to visit the pages for those centers.
In its nearly a decade of existence, the US Social Forum (USSF) has been one of this country's largest and most successful movement building processes: a space for people to come together to develop solutions to the economic and ecological crisis and continue building a powerful multi-racial, multi-sectoral, inter-generational, diverse, inclusive, internationalist movement that transforms this country and changes history.
To learn more about the US Social Forum, please see explore the website and register here.
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Good Morning Colleagues:
We are entering the next critical phase of the access to water crisis and this entrée will demonstrate how effective we are in explaining the issue(s). Please see the petition launched just this morning, outlining the right to water as a class battle being waged against low and moderate income families by the infamous 1%. This draconian denial of water is based on the years-in-the-making economic downturn signaled by the closing of manufacturing centers that once employed millions across the country, and 100's of 1000's in metro-Detroit. "
Note: Registration deadline is Wed, May 6th.
We're excited to share this Invitation with you to join the upcoming International Social Movements Gathering on Water and Affordable Housing in Detroit, MI from May 29-31, 2015. This regional, national and international gathering will bring together social movement organizations and justice groups working in defense of water and housing affordability and access.
Why Fascism Will Win in the United States America
Fascism will win in the United States because we think principles over personality really matters or does it?
Fascism will win in the United States because everything is political and in the United States, even our politics are "apolitical".
Fascism will win in the United States because the poor and working class of this country cannot win without collectivity. And this country was built on rugged individualism.