(pt) [Canada] March 3 and 4: Hamilton Anarchist Book Fair in Ontario By ANA

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Terça-Feira, 6 de Março de 2018 - 08:01:45 CET


The Hamilton Anarchist Book Fair will be held on March 3 and 4 and aims to be a space for 
convergence and discussion between anarchists and anti-authoritarians throughout South 
Ontario. Our hope with this weekend is to contribute to the reconstruction of a sense of 
cohesion regional exchange among various anarchist tendencies to meet, exchange 
information about our contexts and projects, and find ways to work together to fight the 
stifling sheet of Canadian progressive democracy, revealing the antagonisms contained in 
capitalism and the Canadian state and elsewhere. ---- We have just published the final 
list of workshops and exhibitors, and we plan on taking a minute to talk a little bit of 
what to expect from the book fair. We have many workshop proposals, and our hope in what 
we have chosen is to highlight the various approaches to the struggle against systems of 
domination in the region, in order to emphasize what we have in common and to create 
productive spaces for engagement even with differences.

Saturday morning, we will begin with " Food Sovereignty in Stolen Land" on building 
practical and land-based autonomy in indigenous communities, and " Taking the Place of 
Work " by engaging with various approaches the beginning of the organization of 
workplaces. The introductory workshop on anarchism, " Against the Politicians, Even the 
Nice " focuses on what anarchism differs from various forms of socialism or progressism, 
especially our opposition to the state and politics of representation. At the same time " 
Not the Anarchism of Our Founding Fathers " presents a narrative of anarchist history that 
emphasizes the participation of women. We will end the day with consecutive workshops on 
resistance to imprisonment, beginning with "Anti-Prison Fight in Ontario and Quebec, 
"followed by" Working in Solidarity with Prisoners, "sharing practical ideas of how to 
show solidarity with people incarcerated in struggle. At the same time as these, " Taking 
sides: Revolutionary Solidarity and the Poverty of Liberalism " presents an idea of 
anarchist struggle based on solidarity that rejects the recovery of the institutional 
left, and the American launch of the English translation of the book " Revolution without 
Delay ", A biography of the anarchist Maria Nikiforove and her participation in the 
Russian revolution.

For the complete descriptions and the detailed workshop calendar (in English):

http://www.steelcitybookfair.ca/workshops-presentations/2018-presentations/

We will also have more than thirty exhibitors present, representing a wide range of local 
publishers, distributors and projects. They range from major publishers like AK Press, PM 
Press and Kersplebedeb , to distributor projects like The Tower InPrint, Black Banner 
Distro, UnderHILL, and SemoDistro , as well as several infoshops such as Prince Edward 
County Diggers and King Heron's Blue Heron.

For the complete list of exhibitors and descriptions:

http://www.steelcitybookfair.ca/tables/2018-tablers/

Book Fairs have a long history as an anarchist meeting place, and it's been two years 
since our last one in South Ontario. We share this text in the hope that the people of the 
region will talk about it with their comrades and help spread the word. news, also to make 
our activity and its reflections in this area visible in the wider anarchist space.

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