Debt is a permanent feature of most of our lives. Yet the socialization of risk debt represents isolates individuals, locking us in the private misery of our dealings with banks and creditors. Medical debt, student debt, consumer debt, foreclosures -- these social forms mark so many personal failings and moral obligations, we are told. Debt, in other words, not only insures our continued servitude to the corporate pursuit of dwindling private profits. It also serves to alienate us from one another, and foreclose the possibility of collective resistance. Debtors’ Assemblies, then, are a first step in
fighting back to reclaim our stolen futures. Please join us Wednesday, October 24th from 5-6
in front of California Hall
for the first in a series of weekly Debtors’ Assemblies
to learn more about the many forms of debt and discuss ways to resist debt’s claim upon our lives. Robert Meister
will speak briefly at the beginning of the first assembly.