Join us on Wednesday, September 25th at 7:00PM, in the lower hall of the Unitarian Fellowship of Regina, (on the corner of Angus St. and College Ave).
Stefan Christoff will be giving a talk exploring the ways that social movements can impact and change in society. Reflecting on experiences during the Quebec student strike in 2012 and over a decade of grassroots organizing in Quebec, Christoff will reflect and detail strategies, tactics and different methodologies experienced in activist campaigns. This talk will actively reflect on possible ways to build an activist campaign, from the role of printed materials, to the process of organizing meetings, to ideas on ways to build social networks to build popular support for your activist work.
Stefan Christoff is an artist and community activist based in Montreal who recently published Le fond de l’air est rouge, a collection of texts about the 2012 Quebec student uprising. Written between spring 2011 and summer 2012, this series of articles includes firsthand accounts of the incredible street protests in Montreal and reflections on the student strike within the context of Quebec revolutionary history.