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Announcement :: Education : Environment : Gender : GLBT/Queer : Globalization : Human Rights : International : Labor : Media : Organizing : Politics : Race : Social Welfare : Technology
National Conference on Organized Resistance 2006
30 Jan 2006
NCOR is an annual event that brings together activists from a variety of issues, struggles, ideologies and backgrounds for a weekend of learning and reflecting on the state of progressive movements occurring locally,
nationally and worldwide. Through diverse workshops, panel discussions,
skillshares, tabling, and the creation of an open and safe space, NCOR
seeks to promote organized action amongst participants against the injustices and inequalities that we confront in our daily lives and in the world. NCOR is held on the main campus of American University in northwest Washington, DC.
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February 3rd-5th, D.C.

NCOR 2005 was a raging success with 86 workshops and numerous guerrilla events, again doing justice to a tradition that has happened every winter since 1998. Over 1500 people attended last year! As NCOR continues to grow
exponentially, 2006 looks like another great conference.

These are most of the workshops scheduled for NCOR 2006. Please note that this information is subject to change. A schedule of workshop times and locations will be posted a few days before NCOR.

Activism and Spirituality: Freeing Your SELF while Effecting Social Change
Against Apocalyptic Anarchism
The Anarchism That Goes All the Way Down
Anarchist Economics: Foundations for a Free Society
Animal Rights and Human Wrongs
Another Kind of Politics: Community Power, Autonomy, Zapatismo, and the US
Anti-Power, Anti-Fascism
Anti-Racism for Collective Liberation
The Antiwar Movement and Its Discontents: Organizing an Anti-Authoritarian
Resistance To The War
Base Building: Constructing a Mass-Based Revolutionary Movement
Because Good Ideas are Not Enough: Building Our Organizations to Build
Being an Effective Social Activist - the Personal Side
Beyond Anti-Capitalism: Strategies and Tools for Building a Solidarity
Economy Summary
Breaking Down Walls: Anti-Prison Organizing and Movement Building
Bridging the Divide Between Prefigurative and Strategic Politics
Building Our Levees: The Lessons from New Orleans
Building Student and Worker Coalitions: Stories from the Past, Strategies
for the Future
Canada and Empire: "Imperialism with a Smile"
Combating Genericana: A Perspective from the Midwest
Communications for Community Organizing
Community Organizing Towards Making A Revolution Possible
Community Response to Sexual Assault
Creating Caring Communities
Creating Counter-Power through Culture
Creative Media Organizing Part 1: Getting Your Story Into the Media
Creative Media Organizing Part 2: Street Theater as a Media Tool
The Crisis of Holding Resistance Events at Culturally, Racially and
Politically Alienating Institutions of the Empire Rahter Than Peacefully
Seizing the Land that Rightfully Belongs to the People.
The Economics of Independent Media
Educator as Activist: The Struggle for Justice Does Not End When the
School Bell Rings
Examining C.O.N.S.E.N.T.
Fact-Up: Fact-Checking & FOIA Requests
Farmworker Solidarity After Taco Bell
Female Involvement and Gendered Propaganda in Pan-Arab Militant Groups
Finding Our Way to Freedomland: Crossing Boundaries, Building A Movement
Free Information! Free Space! Using your Public Library!
Global Justice Roundtable Fish Bowl: Next Steps for the Global Justice
Movement in the US
The Greater U Street Revolution: DC History as Fuel for Today's Struggles
Guerrilla Poetry
Hidden Disabilities
How to Grow a Free School
How to Make the Movement More Colorful
Improv and Anarchy
"In Their Own Words: Iraqi Perspectives on the Occupation" with
independent journalist and filmmaker Brian Conley
Inter-Activism Through Music
Lessons from the Movement Against the Vietnam War for Today
Local-Global Connections Part 1: Hurricanes, Tsunamis, and Baseball Stadiums
Local-Global Connections Part 2: What Does Local-Global Organizing Look Like?
Lunchtime Youth Rights Discussion
Media Revolution: Independent Media and Contemporary Social Justice Movements
Mountain Justice
The "New" Anarchism
Organizing in Rural Communities
Outlaws of America: The History, Politics, and Lessons of the Weather
Pacifism and Anarchism
Parenting for/as Radical Social Change, aka "Prefigurative Parenting"
Parenting for Social Change
Participatory Learning: Bridging the Gap Between Academia and Activism
Peace on Earth Begins at Birth: How to End Oppression at the Root
Peak Oil Activism: Radical Sustainability, Earth Liberation, and Community
Solutions for the Oil Endgame
Pedal People: Northampton, Mass. Bicycle Hauling Service Proves Viability
of Human-Powered Alternatives
Permaculture, Anarchy and (anti)-Civilization
The Place of Sexual and Reproductive Rights in the Global Justice Movement
Positive Stretch: Moving With The Breath
Post Colonial Anarchism
Practicing Direct Action
Preaching to the Converted? A Discussion on the Role of Media in Social
Justice Movements
Preparing for Energy Crisis and Dismantling Empire with Strategic Planning
and Coalition Building.
Producing Counter Territories: The Intersections of Mapping and Resistance
Pumping for Profit: Bottled and Bulk Water
Queers and Gentrification
Race and Privilege in Radical Communities
Radical Perspectives on Class and Ecology
Radical Sustainability for Autonomous Communities
Radical Words: Intersections Between Publishing and Activism
Realities of War
"Recovering Argentina": Lessons on Resistance and Solidarity
Resisting Corporate Psychiatry
Resisting the Common Enemy: Neoliberalism and Indigenous Mesoamerican
Principles of Unity and Resistance
The Revolution Will Not Be Funded
Sex Education: How the U.S. Government Limits Youth's Access to Health
Throwing Down Against Empire: Military Veterans Speak Out on Practical
Strategies to End War
Urban Gardening Training
US Domestic Political Repression: Environmental and Animal Liberation
Movements Under Attack and Fighting Back
Using Our Money for Resistance and Change
Venezuela's Revolution: Challenging Corporate Globalization
Water Democracies
Wellness Alternatives for Mutual Aid and Our Mental Health
What Does Positive Masculinity Look Like?
What Next for the Palestine Solidarity Movement?
What's the Meaning of Protest, Anyway?
Youth Empowerment / Youth Oppression
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