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Who’s up for ALLiance in Indianapolis, Indiana?

Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 11 years ago, in 2013, on the World Wide Web.

Alliance of the Libertarian Left Ad Hoc Global Organizing Committee


Are you yourself, or do you know anybody who is, an individualist anarchist, agorist, mutualist, market anarchist, or otherwise on the libertarian left, who happens to live in or nearby the Indianapolis, Indiana metropolitan area?

Are you yourself, or is the ALLy that you know, interested in meeting like-minded people and getting (more) involved in local activism and organizing? If so, please drop me a line with your or their contact information. I have some requests — from three local ALLies — who are looking for other libertarian-left folks to discuss, meet up with, and possibly start organizing a local group of the Alliance of the Libertarian Left. I would love to be able to put interested ALLies in contact with each other.

2 replies to Who’s up for ALLiance in Indianapolis, Indiana? Use a feed to Follow replies to this article · TrackBack URI

  1. Frederick Polgardy

    I’m interested in doing this in Chicagoland.

· July 2013 ·

  1. Francois Tremblay

    Radgeek- you haven’t made any self-promotion Sundays in a while, so I’ll post it here- my entry against your refutation of memetics is finally up ( http://francoistremblay.wordpress.com/2013/06/30/culture-is-not-more-than-causal/ ).

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