‘Another World is Possible’: Mutual Aid and Anti-Capitalism
How can we build solidarity and resist capitalism in our lives, here and now?
This online workshop, facilitated by Xuanlin Tham, is a primer on anticapitalist methods, mutual aid, and how we can meet people’s survival needs to mobilise for transformative change in times of present and future crisis. Contextualising The New Corporation with the work of sociologist Erik Olin Wright and radical law professor Dean Spade, the workshop invites participants to put anticapitalist frameworks into practice and get involved in mutual aid. We’re excited to be joined by Mutual Aid Trans Edinburgh and mutual aid organisers in Singapore, who’ll be sharing crucial tools for sustaining movements based on solidarity and justice.
Another world is possible: together we can build it.
This interactive workshop will take place on Thursday 14 October, 1-2:30pm
Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions about access for this event.
This event is supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network, and funded by Screen Scotland and Lottery funding from the BFI.
Image credit: Neil Cummings – Flickr