Not mine but sharing this Zine by @radicalresilienc@todon.nl
Caring Movements - Chronic Illness and Activism

They explore questions like:
What attitudes&behaviours towards health&care do we carry over from mainstream culture?
What hinders people with illness from taking part in our movements?
How can we make our movements more inclusive&move towards more of a culture of caring?

radicalresilience.noblogs.org/

Zine : Caring Movements – Chronic Illness and Activism 

We've put together a #zine about the experiences of people living with chronic #illness within #activist movements.

We explore questions like:
What attitudes&behaviours towards health&care do we carry over from mainstream culture?
What hinders people with illness from taking part in our movements?
How can we make our movements more inclusive&move towards more of a culture of caring?

Reflecting on these subjects is key to growing stronger movements that are able to create real alternatives to the capitalist nightmare and to bring down this harmful system!

Here is the zine to read online or to print at home. If you want to print in a "professional" print shop, please contact us for the print layout version.

radicalresilience.noblogs.org/

If you like the zine, please share it with your groups and networks!

Thanks to EYFA eyfa.org/ for support and graphic design.

Yesterday I was a demo where there were counter-protestors. The racist/fascist counter-protestors at anti-racism demonstrations are known to get violent and some events have even been called off because they were expected to come too.
There wasn't a lot of them and thankfully I didn't even see them. When we left the host told everyone to be sure to walk away in groups, not alone, because they could still be there.

I'm glad it all went well, and I'm really glad I went.

We're organizing a climate march in March in [my city].
It seems like no one has done anything yet, which means one thing, which I'm more and more beginning to realize: It is up to us, to me, up to the young people. If we want it we have to do it ourselves.

This is slightly scary and overwhelming, but also so fucking empowering.
In the end this thing is going to be started and organized by a bunch of weird people in their early twenties.

Went to a meeting about setting up a local Citizen's Assembly. It's not something my group and I can realize any time soon but the idea is amazing. Especially on national scale as long as nations are a thing.

Citizen's Assemblies are the future of democracy, beyond electoral politics.

A reminder not to let the rich people fool you into thinking that the only reason why taking a break or taking care of yourself is permissible is because it makes you a better worker for them afterward

Vrije Bond: **Demo: Sta op tegen racisme!**

"Sta op tegen racisme!Zwijgen is geen optie! Al jarenlang zijn protesten tegen de racistische karikatuur Zwarte Piet doelwit van extreemrechtse terreur en racistische intimidatie. Deelnemers aan vreedzame KOZP-protesten worden bekogeld en bespuugd, demonstraties worden onmogelijk gemaakt. Er werd zelfs een aanslag gepleegd op he…"

vrijebond.org/demo-sta-op-tege

#anarchisme #bot

We hung posters on many bicycle routes into the city centre.
People who rode by really did not care. We even hung at a bus stop where there was a guy who looked at us.

All part of the campaign to spread awareness of the impending climate disasters.

Nomadic Youth have been making free pronoun badges for UK based young people wanting to avoid misgendering from their family over the festive season and are looking for funding so they can create more instagram.com/p/CII-U-inYMo/?i

So yesterday I went out to chalk on the ground as a thing against Black Friday. (We also had chalk spray which should stay visible for a while and feels like doing graffiti)
It's not as big as what I see on here all the time. The idea was that the people could not get around climate change and exploitation on that day, and I think a lot of people did see our messages.

Planning to do more things soon.

Hello everyone! Recently, I've been learning more about leftism and gaining an interest in mutual aid and activism. While a very general question, could anyone provide advice/resources for a beginner that wants to learn more about activism and organizing?

Sometimes I just want to give up, like i'm not quite sure if resistance is futile or fertile.
But not trying isn't going to change anything for sure.
If there's a 1% chance we can make it, I guess we just have to put all of our efforts there.

youtube.com/watch?v=6VSE5ubpKh

I wanna thank @VrijeBond and Anarhcistische Groep Nijmegen for this cool guide on decision making.
I think it's going to help me a lot :)

This is in Dutch, but for anyone working with groups, go learn about consensus decision making and do it!
issuu.com/vrijebond/docs/conse

youtube.com/watch?v=1ZQG59_z83 Here is a REALLY good 3m animated video showing perspective of current CO2 changes against the 800,000 year background variation
source : esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/ccgg/trends/

I'm thinking of migrating to a more casual chit-chatty instance🤔
Or perhaps make a second account for that on another instance?

Opvallend dat de media vandaag weer vooral aandacht besteden en beelden publiceren van de racistische pietofiele meute die het op de #KOZP -manifestatie in Venlo voorzien had. Daarom hier nog 4 foto's van onze kant. #NoMoreBlackface

Wanneer je niet kunt kiezen tussen @OmroepX, @omroepzwart of @OmroepGroen, wordt dan lid van @PolitiekBIJ1! Dan heb je ze allemaal bijeen!

doemee.bij1.org/

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