THE MIDNIGHT KITCHEN IS SEEKING SUBMISSIONS FOR THE FALL 2012 ISSUE!!
Our newsletter is a submission-based zine that allows us to take further steps outside of the kitchen, to reflect on our connections with other community and activist groups, as well as larger social, political, and environmental struggles, so submit!
HIGHLIGHT ON PEOPLE OF COLOUR AND INDIGENOUS ORGANIZING AND ANTI-PRISON ORGANIZING
Our last two issues of the Midnight Kitchen focused heavily on the Quebec student strike in order to make meaningful connections to struggles and organizing in our local community. As the current Outreach Coordinator and an Anarchist Person of Colour, I’ve had the pleasure of attending the New Orleans AIPOC convergence and met radical POC and indigenous people, who organize community projects that undermine the current systems of white supremacy, patriarchy, and capitalism. In this issue, we would like to highlight the amazing work done by people of colour and indigenous people, and the projects and movements that centre our voices and struggles against racism. As white supremacy and capitalism are heavily intertwined with the prison industrial complex, we would also like to highlight anti-prison organizing and resistance to the criminal justice system.
Share experiences of organizing, personal reflections, rants, analyses on issues pertaining to AIPOC organizing, anti-racism, or resisting the prison industrial complex, artwork, poems, etc.
other possible contributions (not exclusive to the highlighted themes of the issue):
– call outs and project descriptions: things planned for this fall & the coming year
– examples of nonhierarchical/grassroots food initiatives and their history/current struggles to retake food production and distribution: logistics and obstacles
– your experiences of eating Midnight Kitchen food at political events! (remember that delicious cake at that really long meeting?)
– your thoughts on the role of food in radical organizing
– perspectives on food politics, industry and access to food
– food and decolonization and occupation movements
– local spaces, their design and use
– prisons and food and/or hungerstrikes
– diy skillshares and instructables
– art that photocopies well
If you have no history with MK or live outside of Montreal you should still submit!!!
other possible contributions for this issue:
– send this to interested and interesting people
– submit articles you previously published
– submit anonymously if you need
SUBMISSIONS DUE DECEMBER 17
send submissions to: email@example.com
**newsletter will be launched in January**