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Sunday
Feb 4, 2018
Revolutionary Reading: How Europe Underveloped Africa
Southeast Grind, 1223 SE Powell

Why in the "West" do we talk about Africa as an unknown, unremarkable place? What are we not told about the history of that continent?

Two weeks ago we read the first chapter of Rodney's incredible book, How Europe Underdeveloped Africa (http://abahlali.org/files/3295358-walter-rodney.pdf). In chapter two, Rodney tells how African nations developed, thrived, and spread before the arrival of European colonialism.

Drinks and snax are available for purchase from the workers of Southeast Grind, and we will be putting together a small communal fund to help folks pay for them if they don't have the money!

Watch this event every other week for more links and questions to consider as we discuss this work!

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Sunday
Jan 21, 2018
Revolutionary Reading: How Europe Underveloped Africa
Southeast Grind, 1223 SE Powell

Why in the "West" do we talk about Africa as an unknown, unremarkable place? What are we not told about the history of that continent?

Two weeks ago we read the first chapter of Rodney's incredible book, How Europe Underdeveloped Africa (http://abahlali.org/files/3295358-walter-rodney.pdf). In chapter two, Rodney tells how African nations developed, thrived, and spread before the arrival of European colonialism.

Drinks and snax are available for purchase from the workers of Southeast Grind, and we will be putting together a small communal fund to help folks pay for them if they don't have the money!

Watch this event every other week for more links and questions to consider as we discuss this work!

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Sunday
Jan 7, 2018
Revolutionary Reading: How Europe Underveloped Africa
Southeast Grind, 1223 SE Powell

Why in the "West" do we talk about Africa as an unknown, unremarkable place? What are we not told about the history of that continent?

Two weeks ago we read the first chapter of Rodney's incredible book, How Europe Underdeveloped Africa (http://abahlali.org/files/3295358-walter-rodney.pdf). In chapter two, Rodney tells how African nations developed, thrived, and spread before the arrival of European colonialism.

Drinks and snax are available for purchase from the workers of Southeast Grind, and we will be putting together a small communal fund to help folks pay for them if they don't have the money!

Watch this event every other week for more links and questions to consider as we discuss this work!

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Dec 17
Revolutionary Reading: How Europe Underveloped Africa
Southeast Grind, 1223 SE Powell

Why in the "West" do we talk about Africa as an unknown, unremarkable place? What are we not told about the history of that continent?

Two weeks ago we read the first chapter of Rodney's incredible book, How Europe Underdeveloped Africa (http://abahlali.org/files/3295358-walter-rodney.pdf). In chapter two, Rodney tells how African nations developed, thrived, and spread before the arrival of European colonialism.

Drinks and snax are available for purchase from the workers of Southeast Grind, and we will be putting together a small communal fund to help folks pay for them if they don't have the money!

Watch this event every other week for more links and questions to consider as we discuss this work!

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Thursday
Aug 14, 0003
Right to the City – a radical municipalist reading group
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

We’ve crafted a syllabus designed to analyze how space is shaped, and in turn shapes us. To understand how the city is crafted by the forces of globalization and urban planning; institutionally controlled by the military and the bank. And a syllabus that leaves ample time to discuss where we go from here – The Right to the City, Portland’s very own history of neighborhood organizing, and the theory behind the burgeoning worldwide interest in Municipalism.

We meet at the social justice action center monthly – August 13th, 3-5 is the first meeting.

This month, we are beginning the reading group with the “Right to the City” movement and the theory that backs it. You are likely already familiarized with this framework as it has influenced houseless rights’ organizations and Occupy in 2011. The Right to the City unfolds a critical conversation about the human need to shape space and advances the notion of the Commons as an essential political building block.

The homework is here – with videos, theory, and history: bit.ly/right2theCity

Hopefully you will be available to join the conversation; we look forward to your experience, insights, and company.

Topics for all 6 weeks include: 1. The Right to the City 2. Globalization and Urban Planning 3. Portland HIstory 4. Military Urbanism 5. Libertarian Municipalism, Social Ecology and Democratic Confederalism 6. Municipal Movements Across the world.

Follow us here: https://www.facebook.com/dontwaitdemandutopia/

Email us at DemandUtopia@ProtonMail.Com with any questions about this 6-part curriculum, and access the full syllabus here: Bit.Ly/runripcity

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Thursday
Jun 1
Portland Democratic Socialists of America Reading Group
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th Website
Wednesday
Jul 12
RAIN Reads Human Rights: The Book of Unknown Americans
Burnside 26

RAIN Reads Human Rights is a book club that focuses on stories about displacement, migration and human rights. The group is facilitated by Refugee Assistance and Information Network International staff with the goal of starting a dialogue about the more than 60 million people worldwide who are displaced due to war and violence.

This month, we'll be reading and discussing The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henríquez. A dazzling, heartbreaking page-turner destined for breakout status: a novel that gives voice to millions of Americans as it tells the story of the love between a Panamanian boy and a Mexican girl: teenagers living in an apartment block of immigrant families like their own.

Peopled with deeply sympathetic characters, this poignant yet unsentimental tale of young love tells a riveting story of unflinching honesty and humanity that offers a resonant new definition of what it means to be an American.

Hope to see you there! No tickets required (RSVP on Goodreads or this event), BYOB.


Refugee Assistance and Information Network International -

Our mission is to provide assistance, information and resources for refugees and the professionals serving them on a global scale.

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Thursday
Jul 13
Portland Democratic Socialists Reading Group
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

We will be reading the prologue and first two chapters of Hammer and Hoe: Alabama Communists during the Great Depression by Robin D.G. Kelley.

The book is expensive, but a PDF scan is available. Please send a message to Kenneth Coleman for the PDF. Comrades should feel free to come even if they only have time to read one chapter; multiple voices enrich the discussion.

in 2010, NPR interviewed the author about his book:

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=123771194


Portland Democratic Socialists of America is a local chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America, the largest socialist organization in the US. We organize together for economic and social justice in Portland and nation-wide.

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Sunday
Jul 16
Multnomah County Democrats Book Discussion - July 16, Aug 6, Sept 10, Oct 1
Multnomah County Democrats

Book discussion: Timothy Snyder, ON TYRANNY, 20 Lessons from the 20th Century

  • Four Sundays: July 16, August 6, September 10, October 1
  • Time: 12-2pm
  • Location: Multdems HQ, 3551 Sandy Boulevard

How to participate: Sign up in advance for one or all meetings by sending an email to 4vc2@lesliedavis.net.

Please join fellow Dems for a discussion of this brief, instructive book. We will take up 5 of the 20 lessons at each group. On Sunday, July 16, at 12-2pm, we will discuss the first 5 principles:

  1. Do not obey in advance.
  2. Defend institutions.
  3. Beware the one-party state.
  4. Take responsibility for the face of the world.
  5. Remember professional ethics.

Our discussion will follow the 3-step model, What? So what? Now what?

  • The first task – What? - is to understand each lesson well enough to explain it in your own words.
  • The second task – So what? – is to interpret each lesson and identify current, real-life examples.
  • The third task – Now what? – is to plan concrete, effective actions that implement the lesson.

But this won’t be merely an intellectual exercise. Every participant will walk out of the discussion with a plan to do at least one thing – a specific, tangible action – that will build wider engagement and small-d democracy. Please join us.

Leslie Davis, discussion leader, has done graduate work in European history at UCLA, where she earned an M.A., and at U of O, where she was a Ph.D. student and Graduate Teaching Fellow.

Timothy Snyder, author, is a professor of history at Yale University. A scholar of twentieth-century central and eastern Europe, he has written several books, including Bloodlands: Between Hitler and Stalin and Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning. He is a member of the Committee on Conscience of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

We are no wiser than the Europeans who saw democracy yield to fascism … Our advantage is that we might learn from their experience." –Snyder


Multnomah County Democrats - As Democrats, we are dedicated to making people's lives better. We work to restore an effective and efficient government that will respect your rights, count your votes, rebuild the economy, and restore accountability. We are active locally in numerous projects and issues.

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Monday
Jul 24
Radical Reading Group! No Shortcuts: Organizing for Power
Jade/APANO Multicultural Space -JAMS

Join our radical reading group! We will be discussing the first half (Chapters 1-3) of "No Shortcuts" by Jane F. McAlevey. Connect with comrades old and new over a low-key discussion of this great book! THERE WILL BE SNACKS!

If you need access to this book, shoot Amy or Lizz an email and we'll send you scanned pdfs.

Great interview with the author here: https://kpfa.org/episode/against-the-grain-march-21-2017/

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Thursday
Jul 27
Evicted Book club (hosted by the Affordable Housing Taskforce)
Darcy's

We're reading 'Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City' together as we continue to work with affordable housing and people living in poverty in our community. Join us at Darcy's for a snack and conversation about the book and how what we learn can impact our community ministry. Get the book at your public library or online! http://www.powells.com/book/evicted-9780553447453/18-0


Portsmouth Union Church - A multifaceted project from the combined efforts of University Park UMC and St. Johns Community Church in North Portland.

St. Johns Community Church - Vision: To be a taste of the Kingdom of God in St. Johns. Mission: To do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God. Worship Sundays @ 10:30am.

University Park United Methodist Church - We are Christians: open-minded, inclusive, questioning, progressive.

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Sunday
Aug 6
Multnomah County Democrats Book Discussion - July 16, Aug 6, Sept 10, Oct 1
Multnomah County Democrats

Book discussion: Timothy Snyder, ON TYRANNY, 20 Lessons from the 20th Century

  • Four Sundays: July 16, August 6, September 10, October 1
  • Time: 12-2pm
  • Location: Multdems HQ, 3551 Sandy Boulevard

How to participate: Sign up in advance for one or all meetings by sending an email to 4vc2@lesliedavis.net.

Please join fellow Dems for a discussion of this brief, instructive book. We will take up 5 of the 20 lessons at each group. On Sunday, July 16, at 12-2pm, we will discuss the first 5 principles:

  1. Do not obey in advance.
  2. Defend institutions.
  3. Beware the one-party state.
  4. Take responsibility for the face of the world.
  5. Remember professional ethics.

Our discussion will follow the 3-step model, What? So what? Now what?

  • The first task – What? - is to understand each lesson well enough to explain it in your own words.
  • The second task – So what? – is to interpret each lesson and identify current, real-life examples.
  • The third task – Now what? – is to plan concrete, effective actions that implement the lesson.

But this won’t be merely an intellectual exercise. Every participant will walk out of the discussion with a plan to do at least one thing – a specific, tangible action – that will build wider engagement and small-d democracy. Please join us.

Leslie Davis, discussion leader, has done graduate work in European history at UCLA, where she earned an M.A., and at U of O, where she was a Ph.D. student and Graduate Teaching Fellow.

Timothy Snyder, author, is a professor of history at Yale University. A scholar of twentieth-century central and eastern Europe, he has written several books, including Bloodlands: Between Hitler and Stalin and Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning. He is a member of the Committee on Conscience of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

We are no wiser than the Europeans who saw democracy yield to fascism … Our advantage is that we might learn from their experience." –Snyder


Multnomah County Democrats - As Democrats, we are dedicated to making people's lives better. We work to restore an effective and efficient government that will respect your rights, count your votes, rebuild the economy, and restore accountability. We are active locally in numerous projects and issues.

Website
Thursday
Aug 10
Portland Democratic Socialists of America Reading Group
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

We will be reading chapters 7 through 11 as well as the epilogue of Hammer and Hoe: Alabama Communists During the Great Depression. Please message Kenneth Coleman if you do not have the reading material. Please bring a few dollars if you are able to help contribute to the space.

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Monday
Aug 21
3d Mon Aug Jacobin PDX Meet Up
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

We meet every third Monday of each month at the Social Justice Action Center (SJAC). The SJAC is at 400 SE 12th (corner of Oak St, one block north of Stark), formerly the Red & Black Cafe. Please bring a dollar or two with you to donate to the center for letting us use the space.

This month, discussion will be about [TBD]. The articles everyone should make sure to read are: [TBD]

Hungry Tiger, a good bar that has food with vegan options, is a block and a half north. After we close up the SJAC space, we can move to Hungry Tiger for more informal conversation.


Jacobin Portland Reading Group brings local leftists together to engage with socialist ideas in a lively, open, and non-doctrinaire environment.

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Sunday
Sep 10
Multnomah County Democrats Book Discussion - July 16, Aug 6, Sept 10, Oct 1
Multnomah County Democrats

Book discussion: Timothy Snyder, ON TYRANNY, 20 Lessons from the 20th Century

  • Four Sundays: July 16, August 6, September 10, October 1
  • Time: 12-2pm
  • Location: Multdems HQ, 3551 Sandy Boulevard

How to participate: Sign up in advance for one or all meetings by sending an email to 4vc2@lesliedavis.net.

Please join fellow Dems for a discussion of this brief, instructive book. We will take up 5 of the 20 lessons at each group. On Sunday, July 16, at 12-2pm, we will discuss the first 5 principles:

  1. Do not obey in advance.
  2. Defend institutions.
  3. Beware the one-party state.
  4. Take responsibility for the face of the world.
  5. Remember professional ethics.

Our discussion will follow the 3-step model, What? So what? Now what?

  • The first task – What? - is to understand each lesson well enough to explain it in your own words.
  • The second task – So what? – is to interpret each lesson and identify current, real-life examples.
  • The third task – Now what? – is to plan concrete, effective actions that implement the lesson.

But this won’t be merely an intellectual exercise. Every participant will walk out of the discussion with a plan to do at least one thing – a specific, tangible action – that will build wider engagement and small-d democracy. Please join us.

Leslie Davis, discussion leader, has done graduate work in European history at UCLA, where she earned an M.A., and at U of O, where she was a Ph.D. student and Graduate Teaching Fellow.

Timothy Snyder, author, is a professor of history at Yale University. A scholar of twentieth-century central and eastern Europe, he has written several books, including Bloodlands: Between Hitler and Stalin and Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning. He is a member of the Committee on Conscience of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

We are no wiser than the Europeans who saw democracy yield to fascism … Our advantage is that we might learn from their experience." –Snyder


Multnomah County Democrats - As Democrats, we are dedicated to making people's lives better. We work to restore an effective and efficient government that will respect your rights, count your votes, rebuild the economy, and restore accountability. We are active locally in numerous projects and issues.

Website
Monday
Sep 18
Jacobin PDX Reading Group Meet Up: Earth, Wind, and Fire
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

We meet every third Monday of each month at the Social Justice Action Center (SJAC). The SJAC is at 400 SE 12th (corner of Oak St, one block north of Stark), formerly the Red & Black Cafe. Please bring a dollar or two with you to donate to the center for letting us use the space.

This month, discussion will be about the new print issue "Earth, Wind, and Fire," taking a look at the climate crisis and environmental issues more broadly. The articles everyone should make sure to read are: "Tyrannosaurus Rex" by Trish Kahle, p 25, "By Any Means Necessary" by Peter Frase, p 73, and "If We Fail" by Christian Parenti, p 113. (The issue online: https://jacobinmag.com/issue/earth-wind-and-fire/ )

Trish Kahle, a journalist and doctoral candidate in history at the University of Chicago, will be joining us by video conference. (For more Jacobin articles by Trish, see: https://www.jacobinmag.com/author/trish-kahle)

Hungry Tiger, a good bar that has food with vegan options, is a block and a half north. After we close up the SJAC space, we can move to Hungry Tiger for more informal conversation.


Jacobin Portland Reading Group
The Jacobin Portland Reading Group brings local leftists together to engage with socialist ideas in a lively, open, and non-doctrinaire environment.

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Thursday
Sep 21
Portland Democratic Socialists of America Reading Group
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

Join the Portland DSA reading group! Members and non-members welcome.

We will be reading the entirety of the Manifesto of the Communist Party (1848) by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engles, consisting of the preamble and parts one through four. The appendix is purely optional:

https://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1848/communist-manifesto/

Please consider bringing a few dollars to donate for use of the space if you are able. Food and drink also welcome.


Portland Democratic Socialists of America
Portland DSA is a local chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America, the largest socialist organization in the US. We organize together for economic and social justice in Portland and nation-wide.

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Oregon Institute for Creative Research "Readings for Now" Series
Mother Foucault's Bookshop, 523 SE Morrison

Are there writings and records that can help us understand what is happening now?

Join the Oregon Institute for Creative Research for a roundtable discussion on Thursday, September 21. Please read the selections below ahead of time. They can be downloaded from the OICR website, and books in which they appear are available at Mother Foucault's.

Website: https://oicr-e4.org/events/readings-for-now

Selections:

  • Hannah Arendt, “Lying in Politics,” Crises of the Republic, 3–13
  • Vilém Flusser, “Criteria—Crisis—Criticism,” Vilém Flusser: Writings, 42–50
  • Georg Simmel, “Knowledge, Truth, and Falsehood in Human Relations,” The Sociology of Georg Simmel, 307–316
  • Henri Lefebvre, “The Idea of Reality,” Critique of Everyday Life: Foundations for a Sociology of the Everyday, vol. II, 487–500
  • Theodor W. Adorno, “Opinion Delusion Society,” Critical Models: Interventions and Catchwords, 105–122

Oregon Institute for Creative Research
Bringing together the long and rigorous tradition of critical theory and the emerging domain of creative research, the Oregon Institute for Creative Research: E4, a 501(c)(3), is a school and research institute devoted to work at the intersection of ethics, aesthetics, ecology, and education.

Mother Foucault's Bookshop is a serious book lover's haven with a curated collection of literature, philosophy, literary criticism, foreign language books and more.

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Monday
Sep 25
Radical Reading Group! No Shortcuts. Part III September Edition.
Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO)

Join our radical reading group! This is the third meeting of a series, and people new and old to the reading group are welcome to join this rad crew to read and discuss this juicy book.

We will be discussing Chapters 6 & 7 of No Shortcuts by Jane F. McAlevey. Connect with comrades old and new over a low-key discussion of this great book! THERE WILL BE SNACKS!

If you need access to this book, shoot Amy or Lizz an email and we'll send you scanned pdfs. This link should also (we think) work for an e-copy: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx6L0spUnk1sQUZJVTZXSHVMWkk/view?usp=sharing

Great interview with the author here: https://kpfa.org/episode/against-the-grain-march-21-2017/

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Sunday
Oct 1
Multnomah County Democrats Book Discussion - July 16, Aug 6, Sept 10, Oct 1
Multnomah County Democrats

Book discussion: Timothy Snyder, ON TYRANNY, 20 Lessons from the 20th Century

  • Four Sundays: July 16, August 6, September 10, October 1
  • Time: 12-2pm
  • Location: Multdems HQ, 3551 Sandy Boulevard

How to participate: Sign up in advance for one or all meetings by sending an email to 4vc2@lesliedavis.net.

Please join fellow Dems for a discussion of this brief, instructive book. We will take up 5 of the 20 lessons at each group. On Sunday, July 16, at 12-2pm, we will discuss the first 5 principles:

  1. Do not obey in advance.
  2. Defend institutions.
  3. Beware the one-party state.
  4. Take responsibility for the face of the world.
  5. Remember professional ethics.

Our discussion will follow the 3-step model, What? So what? Now what?

  • The first task – What? - is to understand each lesson well enough to explain it in your own words.
  • The second task – So what? – is to interpret each lesson and identify current, real-life examples.
  • The third task – Now what? – is to plan concrete, effective actions that implement the lesson.

But this won’t be merely an intellectual exercise. Every participant will walk out of the discussion with a plan to do at least one thing – a specific, tangible action – that will build wider engagement and small-d democracy. Please join us.

Leslie Davis, discussion leader, has done graduate work in European history at UCLA, where she earned an M.A., and at U of O, where she was a Ph.D. student and Graduate Teaching Fellow.

Timothy Snyder, author, is a professor of history at Yale University. A scholar of twentieth-century central and eastern Europe, he has written several books, including Bloodlands: Between Hitler and Stalin and Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning. He is a member of the Committee on Conscience of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

We are no wiser than the Europeans who saw democracy yield to fascism … Our advantage is that we might learn from their experience." –Snyder


Multnomah County Democrats - As Democrats, we are dedicated to making people's lives better. We work to restore an effective and efficient government that will respect your rights, count your votes, rebuild the economy, and restore accountability. We are active locally in numerous projects and issues.

Website
Tuesday
Oct 3
Oregon Institute for Creative Research's Readings for Now — Theodor Adorno
Yale Union

Join us for a close reading and discussion of Adorno’s “Opinion Delusion Society.”

The Kitchen, Yale Union
Tuesday, October 3, 2017, 7:00 p.m.

Read the essay at oicr-e4.org. Dessert served.

“But the risk of exposure in a radioactively contaminated world has grown so great that the anxiety is belatedly honored by the same faculty of reason that eschews its psychotic character. The objective world is approaching the image persecution mania renders of it. The concept of persecution mania and pathological opinion as a whole are not spared the same tendency. Anyone who nowadays hopes to comprehend the pathogenic element of reality with the traditional categories of human understanding falls into the same irrationality he imagines himself to be protected from by his loyal adherence to healthy common sense.”

—Theodor W. Adorno, “Opinion Delusion Society,” Critical Models: Interventions and Catchwords

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Thursday
Oct 5
Portland Democratic Socialists of America Reading Group
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

Join the Portland DSA reading group! Members and non-members welcome. Please consider bringing a dollar or two to donate for use of the space. Food and drink also welcome. Due to short notice we're keeping the reading list shorter this time:

On Everyday Resistance: An Interview with Kevin Van Meter https://www.viewpointmag.com/2017/09/14/everyday-resistance-interview-kevin-van-meter/

An International Perspective on Jonathan Smucker’s Hegemony How-To: A Roadmap for Radicals http://berkeleyjournal.org/2017/05/an-international-perspective-on-jonathan-smuckers-hegemony-how-to-a-roadmap-for-radicals/

Beyond Resistance https://www.jacobinmag.com/2017/02/trump-gop-democrats-protests-marches-social-movement

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Monday
Oct 16
Jacobin PDX Reading Group
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

We meet every third Monday of each month at the Social Justice Action Center (SJAC). The SJAC is at 400 SE 12th (corner of Oak St, one block north of Stark), formerly the Red & Black Cafe. Please bring a dollar or two with you to donate to the center for letting us use the space.

This month, discussion will be about the Russian Revolution that installed the Bolshevik Party in October, because this October is the 100 year anniversary. The articles everyone should make sure to read are:

Hungry Tiger, a good bar that has food with vegan options, is a block and a half north. After we close up the SJAC space, we can move to Hungry Tiger for more informal conversation.

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Thursday
Nov 30
The Nature of Money & Debt - Portland DSA Reading Group
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

Join the Portland DSA reading group! Members and non-members welcome. Please consider bringing a dollar or two to donate for use of the space if you are able. Food and drink welcome!

This week, we will be discussing the nature of money and debt. Readings:

https://www.marxist.com/what-is-money-part-one.htm

https://www.nakedcapitalism.com/2011/08/what-is-debt-–-an-interview-with-economic-anthropologist-david-graeber.html

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Sunday
Dec 3
Revolutionary Reading: How Europe Underveloped Africa
Southeast Grind, 1223 SE Powell

Why in the "West" do we talk about Africa as an unknown, unremarkable place? What are we not told about the history of that continent?

Two weeks ago we read the first chapter of Rodney's incredible book, How Europe Underdeveloped Africa (http://abahlali.org/files/3295358-walter-rodney.pdf). In chapter two, Rodney tells how African nations developed, thrived, and spread before the arrival of European colonialism.

Drinks and snax are available for purchase from the workers of Southeast Grind, and we will be putting together a small communal fund to help folks pay for them if they don't have the money!

Watch this event every other week for more links and questions to consider as we discuss this work!

Website
Thursday
Dec 14
Portland DSA Reading Group: Socialist Feminism
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

The next DSA Reading Group will be December 14, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Social Justice Action Center. All are welcome! Please consider bringing a few dollars to donate for use of the space. Food and drink welcome!

Special thanks to Mateja Ivanovic, co-chair of the Socialist Feminist Branch of Portland DSA, for selecting the following readings:

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