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for many years I'd been apolitical, even though I come from a country where you just can't ignore politics. Politic and religion are highly connected in Iran and maybe that's why I was happy ignoring them both. Only now I know it was mainly because I was privileged enough (well, you know, with our standards. I was still a women living in Iran which is kinda fucked up) to afford not learning and selfish enough not to care. So I started relatively late to explore different ideas, different worldviews and really seeing everything that is wrong in my county and the world outside of it.  
 
for many years I'd been apolitical, even though I come from a country where you just can't ignore politics. Politic and religion are highly connected in Iran and maybe that's why I was happy ignoring them both. Only now I know it was mainly because I was privileged enough (well, you know, with our standards. I was still a women living in Iran which is kinda fucked up) to afford not learning and selfish enough not to care. So I started relatively late to explore different ideas, different worldviews and really seeing everything that is wrong in my county and the world outside of it.  
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i don't like using labels.. but if you push me i'd say i'm anti capitalist and anti fascist.
  
 
In this class I'm mainly concentrating on learning about Anarchism and Anarcha-feminist.
 
In this class I'm mainly concentrating on learning about Anarchism and Anarcha-feminist.
  
also interested in socialism, intersectional feminism and anti-fascism.
 
  
 
'''Sources and inspirations so far:'''  
 
'''Sources and inspirations so far:'''  

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I'm doing my second bachelor in visual communication. My first was in polymer engineering , also I'm having a quite interesting academic journey. I come from Iran and it's my second semester in VC and in Germnay - Mentioning it because my background has had its part on shaping my worldview and my beliefs.

for many years I'd been apolitical, even though I come from a country where you just can't ignore politics. Politic and religion are highly connected in Iran and maybe that's why I was happy ignoring them both. Only now I know it was mainly because I was privileged enough (well, you know, with our standards. I was still a women living in Iran which is kinda fucked up) to afford not learning and selfish enough not to care. So I started relatively late to explore different ideas, different worldviews and really seeing everything that is wrong in my county and the world outside of it.

i don't like using labels.. but if you push me i'd say i'm anti capitalist and anti fascist.

In this class I'm mainly concentrating on learning about Anarchism and Anarcha-feminist.


Sources and inspirations so far:

Errico Malatesta - At the Cafe

Alexander Berkman - What Is Communist Anarchism?

https://www.youtube.com/user/anarchopac/videos (Anarcopac makes amazing and in depths videoes about anarchism and marxism theory and doing her phd on anarchism history.)

Anarchism and Feminism:


https://anarchiststudies.org/coming-to-terms-rethinking-popular-approaches-to-anarchism-and-feminism-by-theresa-warburton/

https://libcom.org/library/refusing-wait-anarchism-intersectionality