Check out this delicious morsel… Who says climate activism is dead in this country… but hey… lets not forget those cuts… and they haven’t! Please read, forward and join us… lets make this thing BIG!
Call out reads:
Resurrection for the Insurrection – 23rd April til’ 1st of May
Location: Sussex (not far from Brighton)
“Imagine another world. A world where people matter, where the outstanding issues of the day, climate change, community resilience and workers rights are addressed and we can look forward to a more radical and sustainable future.
Imagined it? Good. Now come to the South Coast Climate Camp this Easter and help us build it.
The South Coast Camp for Climate Action will take place from the Easter weekend through to the May Day celebrations somewhere on the beautiful South Downs in Sussex.
Through living, eating and working together, we hope the camp will act as a positive catalyst for change, transforming both the camp community and the communities around it. We aim to create a safe space where people can meet, share ideas, plan actions and then go do them.
At the end of the week we shall, as tradition dictates be taking part in a mass action. This will form part of Brighton’s May Day celebrations where many direct action groups from around the country are converging in the seaside resort for a very special day of direct action.
Workshops are invited from, UK Uncut, Plane Stupid, SolFed, Smash EDO, No Borders, Grow Heathrow, Transition Towns, the Rebel Clown Army and many more. Skill shares will be held on permaculture, guerilla gardening, workers rights and tactics of resistance, cooking, building rocket stoves, bee keeping & community organising: among other stuff. We will share the knowledge and experience we have gathered over many years with local community groups to leave a lasting legacy: a truly radicalised community.
The camp itself is just the sowing of the seed. After the site had been liberated the location will be announced on the website, twitter, facebook etc. Please help spread the word about the camp and get in touch if you can offer any help.”