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What is Praxis?

A question you'll often get when you attempt to educate someone about anarchism, is how practical is anarchy? How can anarchy be demonstrated to me in a way that I can appreciate its effectiveness? Nothing is more effective in demonstrating the value of anarchy than praxis.

Praxis is any action that embodies and realizes anarchist theory. It's a valuable method for creating awareness of anarchist causes and building solidarity in your community.

Examples of praxis:

  • Setting up a Food Not Bombs chapter in your community.

  • Squatting an unused building to provide a safe space for homeless people.

  • Guerilla gardening.

  • Setting up a free shop that people can freely take what they need from.

  • Building community gardens to feed and engage the community.

  • Preparing free meals for homeless people.

  • Helping people install a free and open source operating system and the Tor browser for privacy and security.

  • Converting old combustion-engine cars to electric.

  • Make a zine/informational about an important topic.

  • Creating memes from an Anarchist perspective.

  • Assassinating dictators.

  • Creating an autonomous zone.

  • Horizontal community public safety organizing to replace the police.

  • Teaching people how to steal from the rich effectively.

  • Creating a space online that Anarchists can share these ideas with each other.

  • Aiding in defending indiginous sovereignty.

  • Being support for people suffering from addictions, and helping them be on a healthy path they want to be on.

  • Stopping pipelines from being built.

  • Investigating history, and appreciating the context for how you have come to be.

  • Identifying priviledges caused by being a part of a white-supremacist, hetero-normative, patriarchal, trans-phobic, classist, state controlled labor farm.

  • Calling out problematic behaviour in comrades, no matter their status in the group.

  • Teaching people to be self sufficient by gardening, foraging and upcycling.

  • Starting an anarchist bike collective to fix people's bikes.

  • Make anarchist music that shines a light on injustices in the world and distribute it freely.


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A question you'll often get when you attempt to educate someone about anarchism, is how practical is anarchy? How can anarchy be demonstrated to me in a way that I can appreciate its effectiveness? Nothing is more effective in demonstrating the value of anarchy than praxis. 

Praxis is any action that embodies and realizes anarchist theory. It's a valuable method for creating awareness of anarchist causes and building solidarity in your community.

**Examples of praxis:**

* Setting up a [Food Not Bombs](http://foodnotbombs.net/new_site/) chapter in your community.

* Squatting an unused building to provide a safe space for homeless people.

* Guerilla gardening.

* Setting up a free shop that people can freely take what they need from.

* Building community gardens to feed and engage the community.

* Preparing free meals for homeless people.

* Helping people install a free and open source operating system and the Tor browser for privacy and security.

* Converting old combustion-engine cars to electric.

* Make a zine/informational about an important topic.

* Creating memes from an Anarchist perspective.

* Assassinating dictators.

* Creating an autonomous zone.

* Horizontal community public safety organizing to replace the police.

* Teaching people how to steal from the rich effectively.

* Creating a space online that Anarchists can share these ideas with each other.

* Aiding in defending indiginous sovereignty.

* Being support for people suffering from addictions, and helping them be on a healthy path they want to be on.

* Stopping pipelines from being built.

* Investigating history, and appreciating the context for how you have come to be.

* Identifying priviledges caused by being a part of a white-supremacist, hetero-normative, patriarchal, trans-phobic, classist, state controlled labor farm.

* Calling out problematic behaviour in comrades, no matter their status in the group.

* Teaching people to be self sufficient by gardening, foraging and upcycling.

* Starting an anarchist bike collective to fix people's bikes.

* Make anarchist music that shines a light on injustices in the world and distribute it freely.