This week we will continue planning for the candlelight vigil in honor of Stanley Gibson scheduled for June 12, which marks six months since he was murdered by a member of the LV Metro Police Department. We’ll also discuss the official launch of Nevada Cop Block, a police accountability group. Plus, in honor of the upcoming Memorial day holiday, we’ll be discussing nationalism, the ways in which governments use it to manipulate people, and the importance of challenging it publicly.
In addition, we will be discussing the IWW and the necessity of labor activism in today’s economy. As well as hosting the weekly organizational meeting for Las Vegas Food Not Bombs. Other potential subjects to be discussed include corporatism within the downtown community and efforts to facilitate gentrification by local politicians. And of course, any subject/project you might want to discuss.
The Vegas Anarchist Cafe is a weekly meet-up for networking, building community, and doing some outreach for Anarchists in Las Vegas, which Southern Nevada Alliance of the Libertarian Left has been organizing together with unaffiliated local Anarchists for the past three years. The main idea is just to give Anarchists, anti-statists, and Anarchy-curious fellow travelers a place to meet up and talk in an informal setting at a local coffee-house. There isna��t a fixed business agenda; the idea is to give people a place to find each other. Once theya��ve found each other, A-Cafe can serve as a springboard for the independent projects that they may want to start.
The A-Cafe is not a place, it’s an event–a social experiment in urban Anarchy. The A-Cafe is a forum for Anarchists in the Las Vegas area to get to know each other, to hear talks on subjects that interest us, to hang out, shoot the breeze, talk about the projects that we are working on, and to organize new projects. Anyone who’s an Anarchist, anti-statist, or just anarchy-curious is invited to join us.
Drop in any time a�� The gathering is informal, and based on chatting and sharing information. There isn’t a fixed agenda. (But if you want to set up an organizing meeting for a particular project with a fixed agenda, A-Cafe is a great place to meet people to invite.) Feel free to drop in at any time and leave whenever you need to.
Bring yourself. Bring a friend. And bring anything a�� ideas you’ve had, projects you’re working on, literature, zines, flyers, art, whatever a�� that you’d like to share with some like-minded people.
Directions to the A-Cafe: