Anti-Capitalist Assembly (CLAC) + Brunch :: Saturday, November 17, 2012

from 1pm to 5pm (brunch will be from 11am to 1pm)
At the Centre Lorne, 2390 rue Ryde,
in Pointe Saint-Charles (métro Charlevoix)

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- Whisper translation available (French to English) during the assembly.
- The assembly location is accessible to wheelchairs.
- Free on-site childcare.

-> NEWCOMERS: if you are new to the Anti-Capitalist Convergence (CLAC), you are encouraged to arrive no later than 12:30pm, for an introduction before the start of the assembly.
-> BRUNCH & POTLUCK: you are encouraged to bring food to share for the brunch at 11am
-> PROJECTION: during the brunch, we will also be screening the film “Get Rid Of Yourself” (
-> INFO-TABLES: anti-capitalist and anti-authoritarian groups, projects and initiatives are strongly encouraged to bring their information materials to the assembly where we will be setting up several info-tables; if you can’t attend, you can leave your materials at QPIRG Concordia (1500 de Maisonneuve West, #204) no later than Thursday, November 15 at 6pm (and someone will bring your materials to the Assembly).

Spread the word among anti-capitalist and anti-authoritarian comrades!

This assembly continues the series of anti-capitalist assemblies that began in Montreal this past June, and will from now on be considered assemblies of the Anti-Capitalist Convergence (CLAC).

The assembly will create a space free of the constraints imposed by the capitalist system, allowing new possibilities to emerge! The assembly will take the form of an open forum to follow up ongoing initiatives, propose new ones and discuss diverse issues.

We are inviting:
- students who see the capitalist system in its entirety, including the imposition of austerity measures, as the root of the current crises;
- members of neighborhood assemblies who share an anti-capitalist analysis and autonomous practice in their struggles against gentrification;
- workers who fight against the erosion of labour rights as part of a broader class war;
- immigrants who refuse to be commodities traded across borders and disposed of when no longer needed;
- all who see through the false promises of capitalism, who don't believe in a 'democracy' that takes place once every four years, all who resist austerity.

Let's gather to continue our struggles together and expand them to include all of society. Our movement will grow through our solidarity.

More details about the assembly (including specific agenda) will be posted shortly.

If you can help in the organization and promotion of the next assembly (flyering, postering, preparation of food, facilitation, childcare, translation), please get in touch.


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