On Sunday, The Bloom Collective will be hosting a workshop about collective organizing. With so many folks–even on the left–assuming that we need hierarchy to accomplish things, the workshop should be a valuable learning experience for all who attend:
Activists unite! New York City activist, Mallory Knodel, presents Radical Activism & Organizing: An interactive workshop on non-hierarchical, collective organizing, Sunday Aug. 3 at The Bloom Collective, 1134 Wealthy St. SE. 1 p.m. Vegan Potluck, 2 p.m. Workshop. Cost: $5 – 10 sliding scale.
You’re invited to re-imagine the way radical organizing can build your community and ignite the movement for lasting, non-hierarchical, social change. Learn skills including facilitation, consensus decision-making, fundraising, conflict resolution and more. Collective organizing offers a sustainable, empowering, and holistically supportive solution to achieving community and organizational goals. Come connect with powerful womyn activists!
Presenter: Mallory Knodel
Mallory is an organizer on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York City. She is a former member of the Bluestockings Bookstore Collective and currently organizes the ALL7 Film Documentary Group and other media projects. Throughout her travels in Europe, she appeared on Indymedia Toulouse SmashMedia Radio, organized in London squatted social centers rampART and Bowl Court, and is working on a documentary about journalist Henri Alleg in Paris.
For information, visit http://ohmallory.wordpress.com/radact/grand-rapids/
For more information, contact The Bloom Collective at bloom [ AT ] mediamouse.org.