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Description: I first approached sociocracy because it seemed to me like one way to put anarchist self-governance principles in a concrete and actionable manner, without getting too tangled in the muddy waters of discourse and ideology. In this presentation, I hope to expose the ways in which I think sociocracy already offers a way of anarchist praxis, and also explore together some ways in which it could do so more robustly
Bio: Eric was born and raised in the Valley of Anahuac, Mexico City, where he currently lives. Eric committed to social transformation and revolution during highschool while forming a set of cooperatives with his peers. A friend of paradox and play, Eric identifies as a professional anarchist.