In Solidarity

We at Incite Seminars stand in solidarity with the following organizations.


Animal Rebellion NYC An anti-speciesist mass movement that uses nonviolent civil resistance to bring about a transition to a just and sustainable plant-based food system, as an attempt to halt massive extinction, alleviate the worst effects of climate breakdown and ensure justice for animals.

Antiuniversity Now A collaborative experiment to challenge institutionalized education, access to learning and the mechanism of knowledge creation and distribution.

Black Lives Matter  Our mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes.  

Black VegFest A free and open annual vegan festival that uses compassion and intersectionality to examine our lives through conversations around health, racism, sexism, gender-bias, and animal welfare. The difference between Black VegFest and most vegan festivals is its unwavering commitment to the black community in all facets of life.

Buddhist Action Coalition  Our Mission is to organize and inspire compassionate Buddhist initiatives in advancing social, economic, and environmental justice for the benefit of all beings, undertaken through advocacy and nonviolent direct action.

Center for Transformational Practice. Works to support the region’s [New England, USA] transition to a just and sustainable culture through advancing inner transformation as the foundation for positive social change.

Courage of Care Coalition  Our mission is courageous, caring and simple: to help build a more loving, liberated and just world.

INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence  A network of radical feminists of color organizing to end state violence and violence in our homes and communities.

Institute for Anarchist Studies  In support of the development of anarchism, a grant-giving organization for radical writers and translators worldwide.

Join the Commons  Thaddeus Squire’s writings about resource sharing, stewardship, cultural heritage, and the pursuit of commonweal.

La Terre Institute for Community and Ecology  Inspired by a love of the Earth, and of the Land on which we live, and by the desire to gain deeper knowledge of both and to defend both against all forms of domination and exploitation.

National Center for Transgender Equality We advocate to change policies and society to increase understanding and acceptance of transgender people. In the nation’s capital and throughout the country, and to replace disrespect, discrimination, and violence with empathy, opportunity, and justice.

PHENND (Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development) A network of over 25 colleges and universities that strengthens service-learning, civic engagement, and community partnership in Philadelphia, connecting academics with community involvement.

Philly We Rise  In these challenging times we all need to do our part to defend and expand the rights of our communities. Philly We Rise is your resource on how to get and stay involved in the fight against the Trump agenda. Let’s build a better alternative.

Seeds for Change  A collaborative project of Black, Indigenous and People of Color with no borders from all walks of life. We ground our partnerships with others from ancestral knowledge, exchanging ideas and opportunities based on a horizontal model.

The Soapbox A nonprofit community print shop, book and zine making center, and library of 3,500 rare handmade publications. Since 2011, we have been offering affordable workshops, equipment access, art exhibits, readings, a reading room, and edible printing events.

Wooden Shoe Books An all-volunteer collectively-run Infoshop located in Philadelphia that seeks to embody the principles of anarchism and other movements for social justice. We strive to provide our local community with radical and non-traditional sources of written, digital, and spoken information. We wish to be an empowering resource for activism, organizing, art, self-education, dialogue, community-building, and the anti-capitalist struggle.

Yes We Cannibal  An anti-profit counter-institution that offers an open home for unrestricted and non-hierarchical cultural experimentation in the areas of art, music, food, social research and performance.

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