In an effort to further organize the working class Xican@ community in Oak Cliff, a Spanish language book club has been organized. The initial meeting will be Feb. 4 at 6pm. They will be reading The Communist Manifesto and watching The Patagonian Rebellion.
El club de lectura Ricardo Flores Magon es un lugar donde radicales se pueden juntar para aprender del anarquismo. Es donde podremos construir un ambiente de comunidad revolucionaria entre todos para luchar por un mundo mejor.
La Patagonia rebelde (Hector Olivera, 1974).
Under the cover of night local artists, poets, musicians and anarchists converged at local Xican@ community Center The Meet Shop OC to celebrate our collective rebellion thumbing our noses at the City of Dallas’ art-hating, party-crashing fire marshal (Who’s office has been battling the cities artists for several months).
Members of Ft. Worth’s Black Cat Collective and Dallas’ Emma Goldman Book Club tabled and gave away dozens of Pyramid of Capitalism posters as well as Fuck the Police posters inviting others to the next meeting.
The anarchists were joined by other parties interested in the liberation of the working class. We understand that liberation will only come through the education, organization and agitation of the working class.
Members of the Emma Goldman Book Club and Trinity River Anarchists will be passing out new flyers today at an art show in Dallas. The new flyers is another great addition to spreading the ideology of anarchism to the Dallas/Ft. Worth Area.
For the past month two Latinx poets have been working furiously to put together an art show featuring visual artists, poets, food, music and anarchy.
The soon to be one-year-old Dallas-Fort Worth anarchist discussion and agitation group will be a vendor at the event. EGBC plans on bringing anti-capitalist and anti-police posters, as well as, stickers and booklets with introductory information about anarchism.
To check it out for yourself here’s the information:
Arte y Pan Dulce show
The Meet Shop OC
1409 Ferndale Ave.
Dallas, TX 75224
The cover is $5, contact EGBC if you cannot afford this.
“The biggest traffic ticket trap in Dallas died Friday. She was almost 3 years old and lived on the 2900 block of Harry Hines Boulevard, across from radio station KERA.
The cause of death is listed as a long-awaited sense of fairness.
Many hated her. They called her a cash cow for government. No better than a small town speed trap.
Throughout her brief life, she was proud of her title as the No. 1 collector of fines against violators who drove past stopped school buses. She alone was responsible for generating a half million dollars by way of $300 tickets paid to what some now call her memorial fund.”
The article goes on to explain further that similar cash cow red light cameras remain in the following areas:
•5700 block of Bellcrest Drive.
•6000 block of East Northwest Highway.
•13500 block of North Central Expressway (along service road).
•9900 block of Lingo Lane.