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Saturday, July 28 • 9:00am - 10:50am
NetWars: Wielding Decentralized Power

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Power is evolving. In an increasingly networked world, how can social movements build decentralized power, and just as importantly, how do we defend it - and go on the offensive -  once we inevitably come into conflict with powerful forces who want to stop us? 

In this interactive session, we will explore together what it means for networks of power to battle each other, and how using decentralized network theory can offer activists a wider set of strategic possibilities than we may normally consider. 

Purpose
Identify shared resources that social movements are using 
Establish a collective understanding of what is needed for a healthy network 
Shift network understanding of what “conflict” means in a networked world
Provide strategy and tactics to shift power across your network 
Clarity around the landscape that we share with our allies and our opponents 

Outcome 
Have a collective toolkit of shared resources
Have an understanding of what makes a healthy network 
Be able to assess the power of their network 
Be able to identify points of “defense” and “offense” across the spectrum of allies


Featuring:
  • Gan Golan, he/her, 
  • Sam Corbin, she/her, 
  • Tamara Shapiro, she/her
  • Kei Williams, they/them, 

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Speakers
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Sam Corbin

Samantha is the Action and Trainings Director for Other 98%. She is also a lead trainer with The Ruckus Society, a founding member of the New York Action Network, co-founder of Occupy Sandy, and co-founder of Movement NetLab. She has delivered countless trainings in creative nonviolence... Read More →
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Gan Golan

Gan Golan is a NY Times bestselling author, artist, and activist. His books include the hit satire “Goodnight Bush” and critically-acclaimed “The Adventures of Unemployed Man.” His work combines grassroots community organizing with high-profile, media-genic public spectacles... Read More →
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Tamara Shapiro

Tammy is a coordinator of Movement Netlab. Previously she was one of the lead coordinators of Occupy Sandy, the most effective citizen-led relief effort in U.S. history, as well as Rockaway Wildfire and Worker Owned Rockaway Cooperatives that emerged from it. She was also a lead strategist... Read More →
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Kei Williams

Kei Williams is a queer transmasculine identified designer, writer, and public speaker. A founding member of the Black Lives Matter Global Network, the aims of Kei's work is to transform global culture from the individual into a systemic analysis of structural racism. As Movement... Read More →


Saturday July 28, 2018 9:00am - 10:50am
4th Floor Meeting Room B 200 E 6th St, New York, NY 10003, USA

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