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MACC Emergency Action (MEA) is a working group focused on infusing anarchist ideas, critiques and tactics into the growing anti-state, anti-fascist and anti-capitalist resistance. MEA utilizes a decentralized but coordinated model that maximizes flexibility and allows for quick response so anarchists can easily intervene in various protests throughout the city. MEA prioritizes the creation of affinity groups to create a viable and visible anarchist presence on our streets.
 
MACC Emergency Action (MEA) is a working group focused on infusing anarchist ideas, critiques and tactics into the growing anti-state, anti-fascist and anti-capitalist resistance. MEA utilizes a decentralized but coordinated model that maximizes flexibility and allows for quick response so anarchists can easily intervene in various protests throughout the city. MEA prioritizes the creation of affinity groups to create a viable and visible anarchist presence on our streets.
 
== Contact ==
 
[http://mailto:%20maccemergencyaction@protonmail.com maccemergencyaction@protonmail.com]
 
  
 
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