May 23, 2021
2:00 p.m. PT — 3:30 p.m. PT

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Are you or your comrades facing criminal charges related to your political actions or associations? Are you having trouble communicating with your lawyer about your political principles, legal goals, or personal priorities? Or, are you an attorney representing activists and unsure of how to work with them?

Join us for a presentation from the Tilted Scales Collective on key points from their new book, Representing Radicals, with additional insight from Lauren Regan, executive director of the Civil Liberties Defense Center (CLDC).

Representing Radicals helps lawyers understand ways to work with radical defendants, with an explicit focus on how to help them achieve ends that go beyond traditional legal goals. The book can be a useful bridge for radicals when they are working alongside a legal team. In this presentation, they will explore what it means to take a movement perspective when handling criminal charges and how defendants and lawyers can work in partnership to the benefit of movements.

Representing Radicals is a follow-up to the Tilted Scales Collective’s first book, A Tilted Guide to Being a Defendant.

The Tilted Scales Collective works with radical defendants and movement lawyers to fight state repression. They are anarchist legal workers who have spent years organizing in solidarity with defendants fighting their charges and with prisoners fighting for their dignity and lives. Their organizing has included being part of defense committees for defendants facing state repression, conducting webinars and trainings for groups of defendants, and collaborating with other groups to engage the criminal legal system in ways that can advance radical struggles. Find out more at or @_TiltedScales (Instagram/Twitter).

You can learn more about Representing Radicals, or buy a copy, here.

Reserve your ticket for this event and we’ll send livestream details on the day of the event. Tickets are available either free or by donation, and all ticket donations will be given to the (CLDC).



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