09.28.2014

Sunday — 09.28.14 — Florence Johnston Collective Dinner and Discussion — A Free and Open Event

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Sunday — 09.28.14 — Florence Johnston Collective Dinner and Discussion — A Free and
Open Event

CONTENTS:
0. About Sunday
1. About the Florence Johnston Collective
2. Links

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0. About Sunday

What: Collective Dinner and Discussion
When: Sunday, September 28th, 7:00 p.m.
Where: 16 Beaver Street, NY, NY
Who: Free and Open to all

Please join us for a collective dinner, mixer, and discussion with the Florence
Johnston
Collective this Sunday at 7pm.

Note: for those unable to attend the ‘report-back’ and collective coordinating meeting
on Wednesday, there will be an outing to continue the conversation and plan for a
future
community garden mobilization at the Sancochanzo [Stone Soup Festival] in Brook Park in
the South Bronx, with Ray Figueroa-Reyes of the NYC Community Garden Coalition, this
Saturday the 27th from 12 until 6.

We hope to see you!

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1. About FJC

From the Collective:

“What is the future of struggles around social reproduction? As 2014 winds down,
capital
continues its offensive against reproductive labor conditions, women and trans power,
social programs, and overall quality of life for working class people in New York and
beyond. Where are people pushing back? And how can we forge meaningful connections
capable of linking these struggles without glossing over their particularities?

Florence Johnston Collective is an autonomous and unfunded group by and for working
class people, dedicated to advancing struggle and generating analysis around issues of
social reproduction.

Over the past year we have met countless inspiring people who share our desire for
radical change in social reproduction. In our pickets, flyering, public meetings, movie
screenings, reading groups, and door to door campaigns, we have met folks of every
stripe who share a common desire for a society based on human need, and capable of
human
care.

As we plan our next steps, we want to hear from you. If you share our vision, want to
discuss the future, or just want to hang out and see what we’re all about, join us
for a
dinner event to welcome the Fall and plan for the spring ahead. Bring your friends,
co-workers, family, children, lovers, and let’s put our heads together toward a
meaningful way forward.

Childcare available, cats ok purrrr”

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2. Links

Florence Johnston Collective

http://www.FlorenceJohnstonCollective.wordpress.com

Sancochanzo in Brook Park

http://www.friendsofbrookpark.org/2014/09/3181/

Directions to Brook Park:

Brook Park is located between 140th and 141st Streets at the corner of Brook Avenue in
the Mott Haven neighborhood of the South, South Bronx.

We are three blocks from the Brook Avenue local stop on the #6 subway.
We are
nine
blocks from the 149th Street stop on the #2 or #5 subways.

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16 Beaver Group
16 Beaver Street, 4th fl.
New York, NY 10004

for directions/subscriptions/info visit:
http://www.16beavergroup.org

TRAINS:
4,5 — Bowling Green
2,3 — Wall Street
J,Z — Broad Street
R — Whitehall
1 — South Ferry