"A kiss is the beginning of cannibalism." - Georges Bataille

I don't believe in culture ... I believe in encounters -- Gilles Deleuze


Our original plan was to formally open on April 1, also launching our fundraising campaign seeking about 2000 remotely-located "horizontal micropatrons" around the world. Our plan was to secure one year of base operating costs (rent, utilities and insurance) with the expectation that we would be locally-sustaining by year two. The pandemic has direly impacted this plan, making it a major uphill battle to raise our operating budget. We've had to temporarily postpone all in-person programming. We know intimately the extent of everyone's current shared financial miasma and the extraordinary number of people and other organizations asking for money. Still, we humbly ask you to visit us at IndieGoGo or Patreon and consider making a small donation if it is within your means.


Saturday June 13th and Sunday June 14th (10 am - 4 pm CDT)

First annual FREAK PLANT fundraiser

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Thursdays July 16, July 23, July 30, August 6 (7:30-9 CDT)

ANNOUNCING: A free Zoom reading and discussion group in collaboration with Incite Seminars and La Terre Institute for Community and Ecology:

BEING NUMEROUS: Essays on Non Fascist Life (2019)


July 16: Intro and Chapters 1-3
July 23: Chapters 4-7
July 30: Chapters 8-11
August 6: Natasha will join us for a follow-up Q/A.

To receive a Zoom Invite, please email meetmeat@yeswecannibal.org. The ebook is available through Verso


Umberto Eco Ur-Fascism
Gilles Dauve Fascism/Anti-Fascism
Mark Bray Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook
Alexander Reid Ross Antifa Worldwide: A Brief History of International Antifascism
Shane Burley What Is Fascism? An excerpt from Fascism Today: What It Is and How to End It
Enzo Traverso Fascisms Old and New: An Interview With Enzo Traverso
Robert O. Paxton "What is Fascism" pp. 206-220 in The Anatomy of Fascism
Gilles Deleuze Postscript on the Societies of Control

Yes We Cannibal is an anti-profit counter-institution that offers an open home for unrestricted and non-hierarchical cultural experimentation in the areas of art, music, food, social research and performance.

Yes We Cannibal enables collaboration in new ways of non-fascist living with free and low-cost programming in-person and online. All are welcome to attend and/or propose to lead a class, workshop or event.