Event Ideas

The following is a running list of possible activities to hold

  • Demonstrate against unfair business practices, scummy landlords, and government abuses by picketing, postering, unionizing, etc.
  • Build alternatives to the police, like unarmed neighborhood walks for preventative crime control and free product engravings
  • Build alternatives to the courts and jails, like restorative justice associations that include investigation, mediation, and referral to community resources
  • Build alternatives social services for schools and healthcare
  • Participate in an autonomous community space and mutual aid projects
  • Host a radical reading club
  • Counter-demonstrate hostile groups
  • Table at friendly events
  • Distribute redacted, leaked, or politically compromising documents
  • Monitor and record police activity (cop watch)
  • Document and investigate residents complaints against officers and government officials
  • Sponsor education or activism scholarships
  • Monitor and edit Wikipedia pages
  • Write letters to local newspapers en masse with other to better assure a publication in the paper
  • Post online reviews of books, podcasts, and other media content
  • Pressure local governments to halt civil forfeitures, no-knock warrants, eminent domain seizures, and police federalization
  • Pass out audio CDs and DVDs
  • Sponsor food drives
  • Train for police encounters and demonstrations
  • Demonstrate and counter-recruit against the military
  • Broadcast a community radio station
  • Create media (audio, video, and text)
  • Pass out our fliers, like jury nullification brochures
  • Hold debates, seminars, and workshops
  • Practice preparedness and self-sufficiency
  • Learn electronic encrypting communications
  • Hold social events, just for fun
  • Send books (including law texts) to jail, schools and the military
  • Write to prisoners and become an ally
  • Practice what your preach (bartering, gardening, agorism, gifting, LETS, hacking, art, self-defense, etc.)