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The 6th Annual New York City Anarchist Book Fair (2012)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by webcrust, Jan 29, 2012.

  1. webcrust

    webcrustNew Member New Member


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    Hi friends of Anarchism and Punk,

    I wanted to announce to all the community that The 6th Annual New York City Anarchist Book Fair (2012) will commence on Saturday, April 14th and conclude on Sunday the 15th at Judson Memorial Church in New York City. For further information please visit the collective's website @ http://www.anarchistbookfair.net

    The NYCABF collective is currently taking taking applications for PRESENTATIONS, PANELS, WORKSHOPS, SKILLSHARES.

    Please visit our webpage on this matter @ http://www.anarchistbookfair.net/node/65

    Lastly, the website is under construction. Thanks and keep fighting!

    Anarchy & Peace,
    Webcrust
     

  2. punkmar77

    punkmar77Experienced Member Staff Member Uploader Admin Team Experienced member


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    Hey Webcrust our friend from Siberia Seni is looking to interview some NY area anarchists maybe you could hook him up?
     
  3. SenI

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    Oh, yeah! I need someone of the anarchists from NY (preferably from a major organization). Webcrust, do you know someone?
     
  4. butcher

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    Some good stuff in there ('Carlo Tresca: Portrait of a Rebel' for example), but
    'Anarchy in the Inner Landscape: Buddhism, Psychedelics, and Personal Growth'
    &
    'Sources of Inspiration: How secular-faith based alliances may create creative, collaborative space to resist the politics of exclusion and xenophobia'
    seriously?

    And perhaps 'Cooperation Between Cooperatives' could also look at how cooperatives are being imposed on workers as an attack on wages and conditions (ala Colombia)? Or how capital can impose its logic on proles even in the absence of a boss?

    Hope it all goes well.
     
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