Reading for Revolution Part 3: DIY Strategies for Study Groups

18 Apr

Black Orchid Collective

Assata on education I recently published an article in the journal Perspectives on Anarchist Theory , sharing some suggestions for how to form revolutionary study groups.  It is available for free download here:   DIY study strategies .  Feel free to distribute it if you find it useful.  This is the third part of a series on revolution, education, and reading; the first two parts can be found here .

The full issue of the Perspectives journal focuses on anarchist strategizing, and can be purchased here, from the Institute for Anarchist Studies and AK Press.

In the article, I lay out some methods for learning from each other instead of treating the text or the facilitator as an authority.  I also wrestle with how to navigate differences in literacy skills among study group participants, and suggest some practical and creative ways to make texts and discussions more accessible to folks who have varying degrees of access…

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