Upping the Anti invites you to the launch of Issue 11.
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Issue 11 Launch

Upping the Anti 
in conjunction with the 
North American Anarchist Studies Network invites you to Upping the Anti's Issue 11 Launch
Saturday January 15, 8:30PM
(1277 Bloor Street West, at Lansdown)
Venue is Accessible
• Musical Performances by LAL and Test Their Logik,
• Kick ass sets by DJs Nik Red and B#,
• Plus Refreshments, Raffle Prizes, and More.
• $10 (cover + Upping the Anti #11)
• $5 (cover)
• Free for UPPING THE ANTI Sustainers and Subscribers
-[UPPING THE ANTI #11 includes]-
• Interviews with Ladelle McWhorter, James Scott, and Raj Patel
• Articles by Lesley Wood on Toronto's G20 protests, John Clarke on 
the tenth anniversary of OCAP's famous march on Queen’s Park, and 
Stacy Douglas on anti-racism and queer organizing today
• Roundtables on the 20th Anniversary of the Oka Crisis and on No One 
Is Illegal's Fight to build Sanctuary City
• Book reviews and much more....

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Read the Editorial

Particular moments can, like a lightning flash, illuminate the terrain upon which we struggle. The recent anti-G20 convergence in Toronto was one such moment. Under the glare of the world’s media, three social forces – the capitalist state, the social democratic left, and the small but active radical left – contended with each other in a conflict that revealed, however briefly, the hard truth of politics.
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