Other courses planned for the workshop include “Practical Taekwondo,” and “Anti-Police Community Support,” according to a flyer announcing the event.
The workshop is planned for April 4-6.
The event will be taking place at the Táala Hooghan Infoshop in Flagstaff and tickets are on a sliding scale from $10-50.
“Infoshops are radical information distribution and meeting centers most often organized by anarchists. Their history is largely uncharted and they are spread across the globe,” the website explains.
“A 3-day gathering to provide anti-fascist & anti-colonial workshops, skill-shares, and discussions to further our communities capacities to fight back against all forms of oppression and for defense of Mother Earth,” the event description reads.
The announcement notes further that there will be “no drugs, alcohol, or jerks (cops/transphobes/homophobes/white supremacists/misogynists…)” allowed at the event.
As further reported by The Gateway Pundit:
In January, Dwayne Dixon, a University of North Carolina anthropology professor and leader of the armed Antifa group Redneck Revolt, admitted to chasing James Alex Fields Jr. with a rifle just before he drove into a group of protesters in Charlottesville — killing Heather Heyer.
Dixon’s militant leftist group, Redneck Revolt, has approximately 40 chapters nationwide.
In December, FBI Director Christopher Wray announced the bureau was opening an investigation into people “motivated to commit violent criminal activity” linked to “Antifa ideology.”
Wray made the announcement about the investigation before members of the House Homeland Security Committee. He emphasized that the bureau as not investigating members for their political ideology, but only for crimes connected to the ideology.
“We do have a very active domestic terrorism program,” Wray told the committee. “And while we’re not investigating Antifa as Antifa — that’s an ideology and we don’t investigate ideologies — we are investigating a number of what we would call anarchist-extremist investigations where we have properly predicated subjects of people who are motivated to commit violent criminal activity on kind of an Antifa ideology.”
Wray added that the bureau is examining at least 1,000 instances involving possible domestic terrorism.
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