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Critical Readings: Lifestyle Politics & Radical Activism (5)

Datum: 
Thursday, 18 November, 2021 - 19:00 to 22:00

We continue reading 'Lifestyle politics and radical Activism' by Laura Portwood-Stacer.

The book explores how radical anarchist activists position their own lifestyles within projects of resistance. Various lifestyle practices, from consumption to personal style to sexual relationships, are studied to address how identity and cultural practices can be used as tools of political dissent.

¿Qué es la vida? - With EZLN's comrades

Datum: 
Thursday, 30 September, 2021 - 18:30 to 22:00

From Chiapas, Mexico, a delegation of zapatistas are visiting Europe, or Slumil K’ajxemk’op which means 'Tierra Insumisa' (unsubmissive land), to give a message about life.

During their 'Travesia por la vida' (Journey of Life) in Czech Republic, they will come to D-Zóna to have an informal group discussion.

The starting topic will be life itself. 

The space is limited.

Discussion will be in English, with translation in Spanish for the EZLN guests.

Critical Readings: Lifestyle Politics and Radical Activism (2)

Datum: 
Thursday, 7 October, 2021 - 19:00 to 22:00

We continue reading 'Lifestyle politics and radical Activism' by Laura Portwood-Stacer.
The book explores how radical anarchist activists position their own lifestyles within projects of resistance. Various lifestyle practices, from consumption to personal style to sexual relationships, are studied to address how identity and cultural practices can be used as tools of political dissent.

In this second meeting of the reading group for this book, we will discuss:

Social Screenings: Sometimes in April (2005)

Datum: 
Wednesday, 8 September, 2021 - 18:30 to 21:00

Sometimes in April is Raoul Peck's movie about the Rwandan genocide of 1994 which follows the story of Augustin Muganza, a Hutu military officer married to a Tutsi woman. The story alternates between years 1994 when the genocide happened and 2004 when Augustin is attending a subsequent trial.

Raoul Peck is a Haitian film maker and politician known for historical—political movies. He also directed the movies Lumumba (2000) and The Young Karl Marx (2017) which we screened earlier this July and August, respectively.

Public Assembly

Datum: 
Wednesday, 15 September, 2021 - 19:00

In this meeting, the collective will have a public assembly, where anyone is welcome to come and listen, and talk about:

  • D-Zona's past, present and future.
  • New activities proposed by the collective
  • Activities proposals from anyone interested in collaborating.
  • Issues, improvements, problems to address.

Anyone is welcome to come and get involved in the organization and decision-making progress.

Decision-making process for the next Critical Readings book

In order to start our Critical Readings book reading club again, we started the decision-making process to choose the book, which is as follows:

1. First we have a poll to decide on the topic of the book

2. Then once we have the result, people send book candidates on the topic chosen, and we have another poll to decide between all of them.

In order to make accessible the poll to people that are not on Facebook, we publish the polls in our internal messaging platform. In order to have access, write to us and we will send detailed information.

Social Screenings: Operación Ogro (1979)

Datum: 
Thursday, 12 August, 2021 - 19:00 to 21:30

Operación Ogro (Operation Ogre) was the codename for ETA’s plan to assasinate Luis Carrero Blanco, the prime minister of Spain in 1973. Blanco was selected as a successor of Francesco Franco who came to power after a 1936 coup d'état and was responsible for tens of thousands killed and tortured. As the bombing happened two years before Franco’s death, it could have both contributed to Spain’s transformation towards electoral democracy as well as started a spiral of violence between ETA and the state…

Social Screenings: The Holy Mountain (1973)

Datum: 
Wednesday, 4 August, 2021 - 18:30 to 21:30

Alejandro Jodorowsky takes every form of religion and mysticism and puts it into symbolic imagery, that turns into a two hour mind trip, drawing its inspirations from Christian Iconology, Tarot, Latin American History, futurism, mysticism, politics, astrology in a combination to strange images that correlate together into a difficult to decipher theme.

The Holy Mountain gives an omniscient view of what social engineering caused by greed has done to the modern world, but shows us how to live and not give in to a material world.