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Went to an interesting event last night about solidarity with the Kurdish cooperative movement in and around Rojava. Is there anything on this happening in North America, or anywhere else for that matter?

@Graham_Mitchell
yes, even so I don't know much about.
This podcast, or the sources that are being linked might be a good starting point:
crimethinc.com/podcast/39

few aspects of solidarity with the kurdish struggle in the US can be seen in this documentary covering events from 1980 - 2000
kevinmckiernan.com/doc.html (Good Kurds bad Kurds)

@Graham_Mitchell Not that I know of. I've tried to keep an eye out for info about Kurds and the shit they face since the shit in syria a few years ago. But I need to actively going digging for info and mostly on international websites. If I don't actively dig for it, I never see it.

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