The Future of Working Class Anarchism – a Panel Discussion

Hosted by Rebel City News

Saturday 20th October – 7-9pm
LARC, 62 Fieldgate Street, London E1 1ES
Nearest tubes: Aldgate East, Whitechapel (District, Hammersmith & City)

Panel discussion with Lisa Mckenzie, Martin Wright and Erica Legalisse

With all the attacks that are taking place against our class, in housing, education, health and welfare, we anarchists should be breathing fire into our communities – but why would any working class person be attracted to the anarchist movement in the UK at the moment? Is the movement (particularly in London) dominated by middle class notions of anarchism? Are the ideas and activists of the movement so far removed from working class communities, that it has just become a terrible pastiche of what it once was – lifestyle politics in an echo-chamber?

Or does any of that really matter any more because we’ve all moved on from class-struggle anarchism?

This event is part…

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