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The Anarchist Teaparty National Symposium 2003

The Anarchist Teaparty National Symposium 2003

After a year's absence the national anarchist meeting is back and will be held at Marama-iti, a rural collective near Wanganui, from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 December. There will be discussions and workshops including: Setting up collectives and consensus decision making Finding common ground & how we can work together Revolutionary relationships - with Wendy-O-Matik The revolution of every day life - existing outside capitalism Still radical after all these years - surviving activism Networks (this is the big one)

Cost: $30 (negotiable) or $10 Sat or Sun only. Free to escaped prisoners. Cheques to C.E.C. PO Box 9263, Wellington or cash on the day. $ is food for you.

Bring: Rain & swimwear, tent or tarp, bedroll, sleeping bag, cup, cutlery, native seedlings, musical instruments, candles, torch, games, recipes. Zine submissions for publication.

Rubbish: Please pack out what you pack in.

Let us know of any special dietary requirements.

Further info: web http://www.geocities.com/anarchistteaparty/ email anarchistteaparty@yahoo.com

If you know you are coming, please contact us.

The aim of this symposium is to build a better networked and more active anarchist movement. There will also be plenty of fun skill sharing and home brew. See you there! Thursday the 4th of December at 12.30pm suggested start time!

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