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(en) [LA-Anarchists] May Events at Flor y Canto*

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Date Thu, 29 Apr 2004 15:37:23 +0200 (CEST)


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Hi Folks, Here's some reminders about Flor y Canto events this weekend and beyond:
Friday, April 30 8pm Film Night presented by Neighbors for Peace and
Justice Northeast LA "This Friday 4/30 at Flor y Canto is BIKE NIGHT!
We celebrate bike power and alternative transportation choices with 2
films about bike culture and politics. Some LA Critical Mass riders
will be joining us after their ride. Return of the Scorcher (30
minutes, 1992) We ARE Traffic! (50 minutes, 1999)"
www.florycanto.org/filmnight.htm
Saturday, May 1 7-9pm Reception Liberation Doll Parade: An exhibition
of dolls inspired by historical and contemporary liberators.

May 1 - 30, 2004

Donna Abbate, Edith Abeyta, Christa Cassano, Heather Cushman-Dowdee,
Eleanor Diehl, Kimberley Edwards, Kimberly Fortier, Rosaelia Gomez,
Celia Hicklin, Heather Hoggan, Ursula Kammer-Fox, Deborah Krall, Pam
Lethbridge, Elizabeth Lundberg, Walter Lutz, Kyna Morgan, Merry-Beth
Noble, Suzanne Siegel, and Laura Silagi

The Liberation Doll Parade was conceived as an exhibition to
celebrate radical, revolutionary, anti-authoritarian individuals,
rebels, movements, moments, ideas, theories, imaginations, fantasies,
and utopias through dolls made by artists and others who do not
define themselves as such. The dolls will be installed on the walls
around the space in a parade like formation. Additional props such as
banners, signs, and floats can also be submitted.
http://www.florycanto.org/libdolls.htm

Saturday, May 8th 10-3pm Flor y Canto's Annual Book and Rummage Sale
We'll have an awesome assortment of used books for sale at extremely
low prices. In addition, we'll also have unique clothing and other
items for sale. Help us raise some much needed funds! More details at
this link: www.florycanto.org/booksale.htm

Saturday May 8th 5:30pm Free University Connecting the Dots:
Anti-Bolshevik Communism This series of talks is intended for all
non-authoritarian people of LA who would like to learn about/discuss
some of the most significant instances, movements, theories, and
languages of liberation. Most importantly, the presenters will try to
discuss how they are applying these lessons into their own actions
toward liberation. For more information regarding the Free University
lecture series and any other Free University activities please
contact the organizers @ freeuniversityofla@yahoo.com
http://www.florycanto.org/freeuni.htm

Sunday, May 16th Los Angeles Needle Exchange, Radical Crafters
Monthly meeting of knitters and other crafty types
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LosAngelesNeedleExchange/

Tuesday, May 18th 7:30pm We Are Everywhere Book Tour We Are
Everywhere is a book of stories, stories written by activists from
the front lines of resistance against capitalism and economic
globalization, tales of struggle and rebellion from participants in a
movement of movments that is gaining ground on every continent. These
stories, told with both words and pictures, have been collected over
the past three years by a collective of activists, writers and
artists, all of whom have deep connections to the movement. More info
to follow. http://www.weareeverywhere.org/

Sunday, May 23 3-6pm Origami Workshop Sounds fun! Check the website
for more information.

Looking forward to seeing you at upcoming events!

For Flor y Canto, Nan

Flor y Canto is a not-for-profit community center & radical bookstore
run entirely by volunteers. We intend to create a social space that
promotes the self-development & self-sufficiency of our diverse,
multi-ethnic community of North East L.A. We provide access to
resources, services, cultural and educational activities that enhance
our social lives. We want to encourage a dialogue between residents
that aims for the sharing of ideas and skills that will propel the
people of L.A. towards a more cooperative, non-coercive, and
self-sufficient future. -------------------------------
Flor y Canto Centro Comunitario
3706 N. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90065
323.276.1148
www.florycanto.org

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To: LA @ list mutualaid <la-anarchists@lists.mutualaid.org>
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