++ Abya Yala Anticolonial at the SystemChangeCamp ++ Schedule for the week ++

Besides all the stress with the authorities here is a very happy post 🎉 AbyaYalaAnticolonial will host a great program the whole week! You can already take a look at the schedule for the week here ❤️

Abya Yala Anticolonial Wochenplan 9. August, 16 Uhr antifaschistische Workshop, 19 Uhr Kinoabend 10 August, 16 Uhr self defense workshop, 19 Uhr Kinoabend 11. August 16 Uhr Kritik des Hyperextraktivusmus und Umweltkampf, 19 Uhr Kinoabend 12. August 16 Uhr Musikworkshop, 19 Uhr Alicanto Legûero Musikband 13 August 16 Uhr Podiumsdiskussion "Was ist los heute in Lateinamerika?" 19 Uhr Kinoabend 14. August 19 Uhr Buen Vivir Workshop 15. August 16 Uhr Photoausstellung, 19 Uhr Quiz
(Engl. translation: picture of the schedule for the week. All dates from the schedule can also be found in the text below)

Abya Yala Anticolonial weekly schedule

  • August 9
    • 4pm Antifascist workshop
    • 7pm Movie night
  • 10 August
    • 4pm Self defense workshop
    • 7pm Movie night
  • August 11
    • 4pm Critique of hyperextractivism and environmental struggle
    • 7 pm Movie night
  • August 12
    • 4pm Music workshop
    • 7pm Alicanto Legûero music band
  • 13 August
    • 4pm Panel discussion “What’s going on in Latin America today?”
    • 7pm Movie night
  • August 14
    • 7pm Buen Vivir Workshop
  • August 15
    • 4pm Photo exhibition
    • 7pm Quiz

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