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CNT or IWA flags ?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ungovernable, Jul 24, 2010.

  1. anarchoskin69

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    I bought mine from AK Press. I personally admire DIY anarchis flags, though. But being a full-time worker AND part-time art student as well as organizing for/with multiple groups such as local ARA, IWW and Antifa I'm left with little time. Also I just booked trips to Tampa RNC protests and Charlotte DNC protests in NC. Not to mention my recent visit to Chicago that got me alot of press :( fuck the media. But, yeah... I'll probably end up imprisoned or jailed according to the FBI who have been attempting to intimidate people who are also RASH and have worked or communicated with me. Despite that they have nothing on me and will hold me wrongly, for reasons they wont tell anyone because they dont have them.
     
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    Autor: Mestres
    Editor: Sindicato Ùnico de la Enseñanza y Profesiones Liberales, CNT-AIT, Barcelona
    Año: 1936-1939

    Durante la Revolución española, el tema de la cultura y de la educación fué uno de los aspectos sobre los que más se volcó la CNT, debido a la necesidad de educar a gran cantidad de población por la falta de escolarización. Este impulso educativo variará según las zonas del estado español, siendo más patente en aquellas como Cataluña, en las que más rápido se derrotó el fascismo. A pesar de que la CNT fue la que llevó el peso de la liberación, la proyección educativa se hizo con el consenso de todas las fuerzas antifascistas. Además de poner en marcha escuelas existentes, se crearon otras nuevas.

    El proceso evolutivo de la educación iría de la Primaria y la Secundaria a la técnico-profesional hasta llegar a la Universidad, para esto se creó el Consejo de Escuela Nueva Unificada. Para escolarizar a los 125.000 niños en lugar de los 30.000 que había normalmente, se requisaron las torres y los conventos. Además de la CENU, existían unas 100 escuelas racionalistas de la CNT y 25 ateneos libertarios en Barcelona y otros en la región. Hay que destacar la labor de las Juventudes Libertarias tras el combate conquistaron un convento a las fuerzas franquistas y lo convirtieron en el Instituto de Enseñanza Libre, al que acudían 500 jóvenes de ambos sexos.

    En Aragón, al darse una economía socializada, también se dio una educación libre. Se crearon escuelas en relación a los postulados de la Escuela Moderna, que había fundado Ferrer i Guardia en 1901. La dificultad venía del escaso numero de maestros, ya que los jóvenes estaban en el frente. Destacó la escuela de Militantes de Monzón, en la que se orientaba a los jóvenes de ambos sexos, para preparar una sociedad nueva.

    En Levante, se crearon muchas escuelas racionalistas, por la influencia del escritor y maestro libertario Nojas Ruiz. También proliferaron los ateneos y agrupaciones culturales.

    En Castilla a pesar de que la CNT no estaba muy arraigada, se formaron escuelas racionalistas y ateneos de gran actividad. En las demás zonas, al estar pronto bajo el dominio fascista, los logros en el campo de la educación fueron menores.

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    Author: Mestres
    Publisher: Unique Union of Teaching and Professions, CNT-AIT, Barcelona
    Year: 1936-1939

    During the Spanish Revolution, the issue of culture and education was one of the aspects that was turned over to the CNT, due to the need to educate many people because of the lack of schooling. This educational thrust varied in different areas of the Spanish state, being more evident in those such as Catalonia, where fascism was defeated much faster. Although the CNT was the one that carried most of the weight of the liberation, the educational projection was made with the consensus of all antifascist forces. In addition to implementing existing schools, new ones were created.

    The evolutionary process of education would include Elementary and Secondary schooling, technical, professional, all the way to University levels, for it created the New Unified School Board. The real need to educate the 125,000 school children instead of the 30,000 that had normally received the 'privilege' required requisitioning castle towers and convents. In addition to the UNSC, there were some 100 rationalist school of the CNT in Barcelona, 25 libertarian library/info shops and others in the region. Of note is the work of the Libertarian Youth that liberated a convent after fighting Franco's forces that became the Institute of Free Education, to which came 500 young men and women.

    In Aragon, with a socialized economy, also came a free education. Schools were established in relation to the principles of the Modern School, which was founded in 1901 by Ferrer i Guardia. The difficulty came from the limited number of teachers, as most young people were at the front. The school of the Militants of Monzón, which was aimed at young people of both sexes to prepare a new society, excelled at this time.

    In Levante, many rationalist schools were created, with the influence of libertarian writer and teacher Nojas Ruiz. Anarchist libraries/info shops also proliferated as well as community cultural centers.

    In Castilla although the CNT was not dominant, many rationalist schools were formed and highly active community cultural associations. In the other areas, soon to be under fascist rule, the achievements in the field of education were much lower.
     
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  10. gringofred

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    yeah u, right it's stupid and also reminds me hooligans collecting scarfs
     
  11. ungovernable

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    I finally got myself a CNT flag a few months ago from a good friend of mine who's member of the CNT in France :)

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    As for the IWA flag i have ordered a custom flag at customflagshop.com ... After talking with a represent, i got an awesome deal $55 for 3 flags including shipping !
     
  12. Bakica

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    Looks awsome :thumbsup:
     
  13. Rebellious twit

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    i was looking for a anarcho syndicalist/anarcho communist neckerchief, i haven't been able to find anything...i admire those neckerchiefs they look so fucking cool \m/ .
     
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