Might I suggest pulling names of potential groups off of Oakland Wiki?
We've done a lot to map/list collectives/co-ops/free/sharing spaces that
could be of interest to you...
http://oaklandwiki.org/tags/oaklandmapjam (this is your best bet, though we
may have missed some groups from the following lists...)
I also know that the SR event Mass Effect generated a list of said types of
spaces. I haven't had a moment yet to transfer any missing ones to OW:
2014-03-28 12:00 GMT-07:00 <cryptoparty-request(a)lists.sudoroom.org>:
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> From: William Gillis <rechelon(a)riseup.net>
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> Subject: [Cryptoparty] Cryptoparty outreach/targeting planning
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> Hi folks,
> We've been talking for a long time about targeting cryptoparties at
> specific communities, maybe doing one at a radical mosque, another at a
> high school, another at an anarchist infoshop. And of course we don't
> need to go anywhere, with the right contacts we could organize a
> training/handholding day for journalists or any other industry at Sudoroom.
> In order to bite off such a big task though, we'll need to organize! To
> sit down, get a map of our personal resources / contacts / capacity,
> decide on what to do first, and then coordinate outreach. This requires
> a meeting! But it doesn't have to be painful. We can make food, do it in
> a park, whathaveyou.
> Last cryptoparty a couple of us talked about meeting up again this
> sunday, but that date no longer works for me. Is there a better time for
> people on this list?
> If not, :( , can you at least give us a summary of any resources /
> contacts / capacity within certain at risk communities you might have?
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