Tag: migration

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M Adams and Karma Chavez (Undercommoning Encounter 001, June 4 2015)

On June 4, 2015, Undercommoning held its inaugural workshop in Madison, Wisconsin. The closing session was our first Encounter session with M Adams and Karma Chavez, moderated by Thea Sircar. What is the role of university workers in supporting undercommoning and radical resistance occurring in our communities? How can we appropriate the resources of the university to take action beyond… Read more →

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Freedom University Georgia

http://www.freedomuniversitygeorgia.com/ Freedom University is a modern day freedom school based in Atlanta. We provide rigorous college-level classes, scholarship assistance, and leadership development for undocumented students in Georgia. We opened our doors in 2011 following the passage of Policy 4.1.6, which bans undocumented youth from attending Georgia’s top five public universities, and Policy 4.3.4, which prohibits undocumented students from qualifying for… Read more →

This is the map side of a disorientation game & map that the Counter\mapping collective at Queen Mary University in London produced along with 3Cs.

Radically Remapping the Crisis University

http://www.countercartographies.org/ The Counter Cartography Collective¬†(CCC) has developed methods for counter-mapping the university in crisis. Based in intensive inquiry, study and research, their maps and materials chart the power and money as they flow through academic institutions. Read in interview with Tim Stallmann of CCC from our archives: http://undercommoning.org/mapping-shared-imaginaries-for-anti-capitalist-movements/ ds Read more →

Blockupy DDL Fornero 14 Giugno 2012  Teatro Valle Occupato, Roma

Contaminating the University, Creating Autonomous Knowledge: Occupied Social and Cultural Centers in Italy – An Interview with Claudia Bernardi

An Interview with Claudia Bernardi ¬† Summary: From her experiences creating an occupied social center in Rome, Claudia Bernardi speaks of self-organization and self-education between migrants, students, artists, and other precarious workers.¬† Within the global crisis, these spaces of resistance make common institutions that cross the boundaries of the university and city. As a kind of autonomous study center, the… Read more →

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