Because this system relies on dominations and allows to preserve it: racism, agism, sexism, classism, …
Because this system is full of judicial and punitive institutions: court, police station, prisons, establishments for minors, psychiatric structures, armies… And because in parallel the role of social control and punishment are given to more and more so-called “social structures”: job centers, schools, retirement houses…
Because this system is full of history of the capitalist and imperialist development of our societies. Because the nuclear would not have been developed only through these institutions of repressions.
Because these structures are used to repress our struggles and our lives. Moreover, they are the everyday life of those with not the “good” face, the “good” accent, the “good” age or the “good” place where they were born.
Because the justice is not only institutions, but it can be expressed in our way of being and of organizing (by the punishment system for example).
Because every form of imprisonment is unbearable (for humans and non-humans – down with cages, leashes and other zoos).
Because the repression should not be our everyday life (in prison, in the neighbourhoods or other places looking for their independance against the State).
In this time when more and more people struggling against the nuclear power (and not only that) in Bure are being sent to jail, butchered, deprived of their freedom of movement. Because we want to get a bigger picture and analysis on this system of control, we invite you to 3 days of discussions on these questions.
*Thursday 15th and Friday 16th, at the Maison de Résistance, Bure: pacing (form of collective reading of a text) of Milot the Incorrigible with members of the collective that wrote it, workshop on writing letters to people in jail, cartography, movies, infokiosque …
If you want to propose a workshop, a discussion … feel free to do it! Send a mail to aburecross(at)riseup.net
*Saturday 17th, in CCAN, Nancy: Carsharings from Bure, Movie “Death must be earned” at 3pm, cocktails
*and to prolong the weekend, Monday the 26th of March, 7pm, in CCAN: Documentary “Blue is in the air”, a testimony of the present situation facing the police, specially since the decrees of the state of emergency. In presence of 2 persons from the Activideo collective.
And the 28th of March, in Nancy at the bookstore Quartier Libre: Movie “the 317”, a documentary of a collective that gathered the testimonies of the 317 persons put in custody during the COP21 in November 2015), in presence of one person of this collective.