Meetings

Next Meeting is Wednesday, Jan. 12 at 7pm PT

Email us for video meeting (Jitsi) and agenda links.

Potential topics are organized between meetings on an agenda doc and finalized at the beginning of a meeting.

  • Intro, check-in and welcome (:20)
  • Meeting (1:00-1:30)
  • Process, Check-out (:10) 

Minimal Viable Structure & Code of Conduct

  • We work to increase solidarity and welcome all who are drawn to this work.
  • Assume or aspire to solidarity, rooted in equity and autonomy, counter to supremacy.
  • We all come from different places and are at wherever we’re at, (ie. be real, be respectful).
  • Balance listening and speaking.
  • Respect privacy & confidentiality.
  • Avoid judgment, projection or unsolicited advice – use “I” statements or questions.
  • If you need help, reach out to any co-organizer you feel comfortable with.
  • If we ever have to decide anything of importance, we’ll figure out a democratic method of doing it and document it.
  • Anyone who sows or clings to patterns of division or consistently pursues directions counter to our goals will be reminded to drop it, and may be asked to leave.
  • If you think a meeting or the group is going off track, say something. A good time is our collective responsibility.

As the universe, we are always in flux!

Backstory

Solidarity Club came together in the Q3 Assembly Workshopping Work Beyond Capitalism at the Los Angeles non-profit cultural organization and multipurpose community space NAVEL. And that grew out of the Q2 Assembly Future of Labor. See our reading materials, notes, reference links and exercises at Workshopping Work Beyond Capitalism and Future of Labor on Are.na.