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Posted: May 9 2010, 01:23 PM
Student of Information War
Member No.: 122
Joined: 12-November 08
Annual Report for Ben Seattle
I believe it is useful for revolutionary activists to post, each year, a summary
of their activity over the past year and plans for the coming year.
Capitalist corporations give a public annual report to stockholders every year.
Our "stockholders" are the workers and oppressed of the world who, by their
own struggles, inspire us and give us strength. A tradition of annual reports
can assist revolutionary activists to better understand the work, activity and
priorities of other activists. This can be a small step in the direction
of transparency and eventual greater coordination of effort.
(1) What Ive done in the past year
(2) My plans for the coming year
(3) Problems that came up and solutions that were developed
It would be good if Kasama were to post an annual report.
But I doubt that is going to happen.
My annual report is posted on my blog at RevLeft:
It includes comments on the Kasama project/community
that go beyond what I am allowed to post here.
Your comments, critical or otherwise,
are very much welcome on my blog.
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