Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Wed: An Evening for Chile // Thurs: Las Posadas at the Hub // & More!!!

-Wednesday, Dec 18th, 7pm:  An Evening for Chile: teach in, discussion, music, and stories

What:  An Evening for Chile: Chilean civil society is currently under radical transformation for the people and by the people across identities, class, and culture. Come learn about this critical social uprising and important moment in history against neo-liberal capitalism. Presenters this evening will be sharing first-hand accounts, facts about the uprising, poems, songs, and there will be opportunities for discussion and meeting new people.

Why: This social uprising is a model and inspiration for all societies across the Americas and around the world interested in dismantling the privatization, impoverishment of social life and services i.e. health care, social security, public housing, higher and public education on the heals of "solutions" such as mass incarceration and abject inequality that are the pillars of neoliberalism's free market capitalism. Such economic constructs only promote and uphold patriarchal values such as racism, sexism, homophobia, to name a few. The Chilean people are demanding a re-write of their constitution and reckoning with the repercussions of the US-backed coup d'etat that ousted democratically elected socialist President Salvador Allende in 1973. Chilean society has been under neoliberal dictatorship and failing democracy ever since. This event is meant to raise educational awareness, inspire, and raise money for people on the streets in Chile facing severe state violence such as rape, disappearance, and severe violence such as rubber bullets to their eyes at the hands of the police. Please come open and curious to learn and remember the U.S. relationship with Latin American imperialism and to gain understanding for what the implications of a social revolt like this are.

There will be light refreshments and music and poetry/essays by Latinx artists, including Cambucheros Salsa Cruz! // 5-20 dollars donation. NOTAFLOF // 

-Thursday, Dec 19th, 6:30: Third night of Posadas at the Hub (gather at Boys & Girls Club - 542 Center St // walk to Hub)

In collaboration with community partners, Sanctuary Santa Cruz, The Hub for Sustainable Living, SubRosa Community Space and the Fábrica are hosting the 3rd night of Posadas in downtown Santa Cruz.  Please join us in solidarity with all refugees.  

Participants will gather the evening of December 19th at the Boys and Girls Club (542 Center St.) and walk, holding candles and singing to our courtyard at 703 Pacific Avenue.  There will be craft activities for kids and a traditional meal of tamales, soup and hot chocolate (champurrado).  Click here for a link to the entire week of posadas December 17th through the 23rd:

(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)
Mondays, 1 - 4pm // Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2:30pm // Fridays, 9am - 11am //
& open for events & meetings


NOTE:  Grad student TAs are on a wildcat strike at UCSC for a cost of living adjustment 

Lots more info at

SubRosa is part of a community center called The Hub --- 
Check out The Hub's facebook, instagram & website for info re: other Hub projects! 

and more from some of our neighbors at The Hub...

-The Bike Church ---.  //  //  

-Tenant Sanctuary --- //

SubRosa is a collectively run anarchist community space, a place to meet others and challenge our assumptions and act on our passions. We strive to create a vibrant environment for events, classes, meetings, organizing, performance, art, studying and more. SubRosa also offers radical literature for sale, and houses the Anarchist Lending Library. We welcome folks to join us in fostering an environment free from coercion, sexism, queer&homophobia, racism, ableism and other hierarchies.

SubRosa is in downtown Santa Cruz, CA, which is the ancestral homeland of the Awaswas-speaking Ohlone people.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Comments on the SubRosa website are fully moderated. As a collective, we agreed that the purpose of the website was to promote SubRosa, not to provide an online place for lively and invigorating debate. We hope that the space itself is where conversations on the nature of anarchism and local projects will take place. That said, we occasionally approve comments that are informative or reflect a viewpoint we feel it is important for website visitors to read.

Featured Review