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Cascadia Secession Forum on April 7

On Saturday, April 7, the list facilitator of the Cascadia
Confederacy Listserv, Jason Adams will host a discussion on
regional autonomy / secession / self-determination at the
Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA.
On Saturday, April 7, the list facilitator of the Cascadia
Confederacy Listserv, Jason Adams will host a discussion on
regional autonomy / secession / self-determination at the
Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA.

The discussion is part of a larger conference called the
Cascadia Activism and Ecology Conference being held at
Evergreen between April 6-8. Participants will consider the
conflict between key elements in our emerging regional culture
and it's future; the powerful economic globalists in our region
who helped to found the Pacific Northwest Economic Region
and the Cascadia Institute, the ecological "Cascadia Free-State"
activists who have occupied forests, declared them autonomous
zones and defended them for up to one year, indigenous
sovereignty movements in the region, such as the Puyallup
people who occupied land and declared it sovereign territory in
the 1970's, international labor organizing in the region (IWW and
ILWU), and anti-authoritarian concepts of social organization
such as social ecology, syndicalism, libertarian municipalism,
and autonomism.

Please come and join us for a lively discussion on the
possibities for working towards a better society within the
Cascadian region.



Cascadia Activism and Ecology Conference Website:
 http://cascadia.atdlogic.com/

WildWorldWide 26.Mar.2001 01:06

arawak cell

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Great Idea! 26.Jan.2002 20:48

John Phillip cnp4cascadia@angelfire.com

I was hoping something like this would be organized. It is overdue. As founder of the CNP, I think I would like to attend. We learn a lot from each other. Count us in! John