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Clare Bayard: "No One is Illegal"

Date:
Monday, October 21, 2002
Time:
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Teach-In
Organizer/Author:
Chris Crass, Anti-Racism for Global Justice
Location Details:
522 Valencia Street San Francisco

Clare Bayard: "No One is Illegal" Clare Bayard, an organizer with the Challenging White Supremacy Workshops, recently participated in the growing anti-racist movement in Europe working for immigrant rights and global justice. In her work to develop ties between immigrant led struggles in the US with the mostly white sections of the anti-global capitalism movement, Bayard has looked to organizing experiences and lessons in Europe and specifically in Germany. The report back will focus on the project of "noborder camps" by the anti-racist movement in Germany. This summer was the fifth year of the solidarity border camping project, and the first year of an international camp located in Strasbourg, France. The project, begun under the slogan "No One Is Illegal" as a project to challenge fascism and support antiracist organizing around borders in Fortress Europe. The report back will explore the birth of the border camps and the antiracist organizing projects it grew out of; look at the ambitious project of how the international camp was organized; discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the collaborative work between European nationals and immigrants; touch on Zionism and Palestinian liberation in German left-radical circles; and give a brief overview of the overlaps between the anti-racist/anti-fascist, global justice and immigrants' rights movements. Contact: Chris Crass, Anti-Racism for Global Justice, chriscrass1886@hotmail.com posted by Richard Lai
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