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!!!

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Whaddya got for philly, specifically groups that do guerilla gardening and stuff because that's what I'm good at

long | my tips for Rome, Italy you can use if someone asks 

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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:

ape-alveare.it/

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:

romattiva.wordpress.com/centri

I've been to La Casetta Rossa (The little red house):

casettarossa.org/

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?

@socalledunitedstates what do you know for Salford/Manchester in England, please?

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