By the way, I'm happy to find local activist/leftist groups for you if you DM me your general area (county, closest city, etc). I've been doing this for a while so I know generally what to look for, though I'm not as familiar with the organizations outside of the so-called US, and the language barrier will make it tougher in countries where English isn't the primary language. But I still try and rarely ever come up with absolutely nothing
Please boost this! Getting organized at the local level is very very important!!!
Whaddya got for philly, specifically groups that do guerilla gardening and stuff because that's what I'm good at
i know where they are. they are down at the bar, the only one for 30 miles in any direction.
long | my tips for Rome, Italy you can use if someone asks
If someone asks about Rome, Italy perhaps you can use this information. I do not know much, but I have gotten in contact with:
Associazone Proletari Escursionisti (APE) Roma (Proletarian Hiking Association) and have been on one excursion with them so far. This I think is their nation-wide page:
But I think they are most active on facebook. But I'm only in second-hand contact with them through a friend (I do not have facebook).
There are several Centro Sociali in Rome, large and small some(all?) are a bit on the left, are squats/occupied buildings. Someone on mastodon linked this list:
I've been to La Casetta Rossa (The little red house):
whose homepage does not appear to be too updated, but they organise some stuff every now and then, I think. I will try to look into more.
@socalledunitedstates I'm trying to find activist environmentalist groups in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill Triangle area in North Carolina. Know anyone I should talk to?
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