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The 2016 Phoenix ANti-Capitalist Conference

The Phoenix Anti-Capitalist Conference is a yearly gathering of anarchists and radicals to network, discuss ideas, and learn about local projects. The conference features a variety of presentations, discussions, and workshops, with a strong emphasis on anarchist praxis. The third annual PACC is scheduled for February 13, 2016, at The Night Gallery in Phoenix, AZ.

Confirmed presentations include:

  • Alexander Reid Ross, "Countering Fascist Organizing Tactics"

  • Sole/Tim Holland, "Building Anarchist Infrastructure"

  • Jason Ohdner, “Capitalist Health Structures and Radical Alternatives”

  • as well as collaborative panels on abuse accountability in radical communities, independent media, prison support strategies, and more.

Every year, we rely on outside donations to keep the conference accessible and free to attend. Fundraising helps us to offset some of the costs of the venue, food, printing costs, and travel expenses for speakers. This year, we will also be providing free childcare for the entire event, and free, hot vegan food for lunch and dinner. Like most anarchist events, the Anti-Capitalist Conference is paid for out-of-pocket by the organizers, and all donations help substantially. Your support and presence are greatly appreciated.

In Solidarity and Struggle,
Carpe Locus Collective

Thank you for donating!


To see the list of speakers, panels, and planned events around the 2016 Phoenix Anti-Capitalist Conference, please click here.

Full information on each speaker and the description of their presentation will continue to be loaded to the site as it is sent in to the organizers.


We are fully booked for speakers and panels, but if you are interested in tabling at the event, follow this link and fill out the appropriate form. Requests for tables and chairs to be provided will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.



This year's conference is at the Night Gallery, in downtown Phoenix. There is limited street parking, but a large parking lot behind. The closest buses runs down McDowell Rd, Van Buren St, or 19th Ave.

Transportation information can be found at ValleyMetro.

For any questions about the location, directions, or surrounding area, email



The Phoenix Anti-Capitalist Conference takes place in downtown Phoenix, close to Grand Avenue. There are several good vegetarian and vegan restaurants in the area, such as ThirdSpace, and  Grand Avenue Pizza. There are also several good places near Roosevelt Rd and 5th St.

If you need someplace to stay while you're in town, coordinate on the facebook page for the conference, or email Phoenix Hostel is also within bike distance of the location.

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