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Announcement :: Education : Human Rights : Organizing : Politics : Social Welfare
Workshop/Lecture on Supporting Direct Action
03 Jul 2005
GETTIN DOWN WITH THE UNDERGROUND!
Workshop and Lecture on Supporting Direct Action
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Sunday, 10 July 2005, 6-8:00 PM
Free + Vegan Potluck!!
Lucy Parsons Center
549 Columbus Avenue
South End, Boston
Near the Mass Ave Orange Line stop

Anthony J. Nocella, II, anarchist and Quaker, is co-editor of Terrorists
or Freedom Fighters? Reflections on the the Liberation of Animals (Lantern
Books, 2004). He also is a Ph.D. Student at Syracuse University, involved
in earth defense, animal liberation, prison abolition, and mental
challenge awareness.

The book, Terrorists or Freedom Fighters: Reflections on the Liberation of
Animals, features essays from Richard Khan, pattrice jones, Karen Davis,
Ward Churchill and Rod Coronado. His talk will touch on different social
movement tactics and theories of the Animal Liberation Movement, as well
as other movements. Also commonly included is an in depth analysis of the
Animal Liberation Front.

His bio is as follows:
Co-founder and Conference Committee Chair of Center on Animal Liberation
Affairs, Anthony J. Nocella, II, is a Social Science doctoral student at
the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. He is focusing his attention on
peacemaking with international and domestic revolutionaries and extremist
groups, social movements, and conflict studies. He is a Graduate Assistant
in the Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflict, Coordinator of
Syracuse! Social Movement Initiative, and is on the Editorial Board of the
Maxwell Review. He holds a M.A. in Peacemaking and Conflict Studies and a
graduate certificate in mediation from Fresno Pacific University.

His interest in peacemaking with revolutionary and extremist groups has
fostered relations with the American Indian Movement, Sinn Fein, Earth
Liberation Front, Animal Liberation Front, FARC, and EZLN. He was involved
with peacemaking in Colombia with Mennonite Central Committee. He has
taught workshops in mediation and tactical analysis, and has assisted in a
number of legal committees in the Americas.

He is a co-founder of the Institute for Revolutionary Peacemaking and
Education with Richard Kahn and Center on Animal Liberation Affairs. He
has written in more than a dozen publications and is author of Introducing
Restorative Justice to Activists, Handbook: A Peacemaker's Guide for
Building Peace with a Revolutionary Group, and co-editor with Dr. Steve
Best of Terrorists or Freedom Fighters? Reflections on the Liberation of
Animals.
See also:
http://student.maxwell.syr.edu/ajnocell/index.html
http://www.animaldefense.info/boston

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