Discussion of Gene Sharp’s How Nonviolent Struggle Works
– Parts I & II – facilitated by David Williams
Tues. Sept. 26th Wil-Mar Center (953 Jenifer St.)
Join us to explore the theory and praxis behind the 198 methods of nonviolent direct action as elaborated by Gene Sharp!
Future Free Skool Sessions and Related Events Include:
Tues Oct. 10th 6:00 pm Madison Central Library, Rm. 111 (201 W. Mifflin) Discussion of Sharp’s How Nonviolent Struggle Works – Part III – facilitated by David Williams
Mon Oct 16th 6:00 pm A Room of One’s Own Bookstore (315 W. Gorham) Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook – book event with author, Mark Bray.
Tue Oct 24th 6:30pm Wil-Mar Center (953 Jenifer St.) Discussion of Bray’s Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook – facilitated by John Peck
Sat. Oct. 28th 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Wilmar Center (953 Jenifer St.) ABCs of Civil Resistance and Non-Violent Direct Action – discussion facilitated by Adam Schesch
Tues. Nov. 7th Time/Place TBA Screening of the documentary Wobblies with discussion.
Tue. Nov 21st 6:30 pm Wil-Mar Center (953 Jenifer St.) Screening of American Revolutionary – the Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs – facilitated by John Peck.
Tues. Dec. 5th Time/Place TBA Screening of A Little Bit of So Much Truth/Un Poquito de Tanto Verdad about the Oaxaca Uprising of 2006-2007
Tues. Dec. 17th Time and Place TBA Wrap-up Discussion of Non-Violent Direct Action