People's School of Richmond Interest and Organizing Night
On Monday December 17th, from 7:3-10:30pm, at 503 South Cherry Street (Richmond Virginia), The People’s School of Richmond, an organization dedicated to free, collaborative, grassroots education, is having an interest meeting. All welcome.
More information, and RSVP, through the title link.
5:23 pm • 9 December 2012 • 2 notes
The People's School of Richmond: Corporate Transformation of American Healthcare
On Wednesday December 5th, from 7-8:30pm, at the Bainbridge Collective (1300 Bainbridge Road, Richmond VA), the People’s School of Richmond is giving a presentation and discussion on the history of American healthcare, with a particular focus on corporitization and profit seeking.
11:21 pm • 25 November 2012 • 1 note
The People's School of Richmond Presents: The U.S. and Iran, part 2
The People’s School of Richmond presents the second night of their class, The U.S. And Iran: What’s Really Behind the Crisis? Monday, July 23rd, at 7pm at the Bainbridge Collective in Manchester. Part Two of the class is titled What is Iran Really Like?, and aims to tackle stereotypes and misleading American media representation of Iran and its people. The address is 1300 Bainbridge Avenue, in Southside.
RSVP through the title link. This event was postponed because of a protest against Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, and his refusal to sign off on the recently amended women’s health clinic regulations. A brief post on that situation will follow.
2:17 pm • 18 July 2012 • 2 notes
People's School of Richmond: The US and Iran
The People’s School of Richmond is hosting a two-night class titled The U.S. and Iran: What’s Really Behind the Crisis? It will be presented by Phil Wilayto of the Richmond Defenders for Freedom, Justice, and Equality, at 7pm on July 16th and 17th at the Bainbridge collective in Manchester (1300 Bainbridge Avenue).
More information and RSVP through the title link.
4:28 pm • 12 July 2012
Terror Incognita- a group reading and discussion of current anarchist and queer theory. This course is being made available through the People’s School of Richmond, and is a free school course.
Terror Incognita is a recently published zine (homemade magazine) featuring discussion, analysis and questioning of current trends in the North American anarchist scenes. The text also heavily features current queer practice and theory as well as discussion of terrorism.
You don’t have to be an anarchist or agree with anarchism to participate in this class.
The basic format of the class will be group discussions of the text. Ideally people will read the texts before coming to each meeting, but we might also read the texts outloud to each other at the meetings, as this is a method that has worked well for us during previous courses.
Classes will meet at 8pm on Wednesday nights starting the 2nd half of July at the Wingnut Anarchist Collective. (2005 Barton Avenue)
We will make pdf versions of texts available online, and have some photocopies available as well. Folks will need to bring the printed texts to the class.
July 18, July 25, August 1st, August 15th
5:51 pm • 25 May 2012 • 1 note