Telekommunist International: Leadership Workshop
featuring Queering Communism
With Željko Blaće & Diana McCarty
Looking into how working for social, economic, and environmental justice cultivates global intersectional solidarity.
featuring Technological Disobedience
With Seda Gürses & Daniel Tirado
Focusing on ways of re-purposing contemporary technologies and extending their use.
With Ewa Majewska & Gavin Mendel-Gleason
Emphasizing how effective social movements must operate within and without conventional electoral politics.
In the frame of Telekommunist International:
Global masses were mobilized in 1917 by visions of a new society, defined with models of universal and egalitarian emancipation where every person’s basic needs would be provided for, and where the conditions of prosperity for one would be conditions of prosperity for all. The socialist experience fundamentally shook the old world order and subsequently helped shape the last century. In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of these events, the Telekommunist International engages this history and envisions a new social agenda for the next century.