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(en) US, Houston: The Alarm #3 Release/ Anti-WTO party, December 13th

Date Sun, 11 Dec 2005 11:05:10 +0200

The Alarm's third issue is finally completed! More than a dozen
radical groups share what they’ve been up to during the hectic
autumn we’ve had in Houston, as well as an interview with organizer
and New Orleanian Jordan Flaherty on the future of New Orleans.
You can get a copy and support the printing at the release party on
December 13th at Super Happy Fun Land at 2610 Ashland in the Heights.
The Alarm is a zine inspired by People's Global Action*, a global
network resisting capitalist globalization. The Alarm sets out to
chronicle the work of radical groups in Houston and promote
communication and participation with radical social movement.

December 13th is also the kickoff of the World Trade Organization's
Ministerial in Hong Kong, and The Alarm will be screening films in
solidarity with activists in Hong Kong. In solidarity with the
mobilization in Hong Kong, we will be screening This is What
Democracy Looks Like which looks at the Seattle WTO protests in
1999, and the emergence of social justice movements in the Global
North. We will also be screening Why the WTO is REALLY bad for
you Narrated by Walden Bello of Focus on the Global South. This film
breaks down all the complicated mechanisms of the WTO and lets
you know why it sucks. It also talks to organizers from across Asia
about organizing in opposition to the WTO and Capitalist

So come on by and get a free copy of the The Alarm #3 and watch
some great films. There will be some discussion of The Alarm and the
Films, and who knows, there might be music or some other fun stuff.
Someone will be asking 2-5$ at the door, but no one will be turned
away. Doors will open at 7. We will start the films at 8.

The Alarm Traveling bookstore will be there and will lots of good
radical books, zines, organizers and calendars for anyone trying to find
gifts for their favorite radical uncle or anarchist grandma.

See a cheezy flyer


Subscribe to The Alarm:

Why should I pay for something that’s free?

The Alarm is free (as in liberty), but it costs money to print and mail it.
Subscribing is a way to support anti-capitalist media in our own
community and make sure you are kept up to date with the struggles
going on here in Houston.

For a subscription we request a donation of one hour of your salary (or
more, if you can afford it) for a 4-issue subscription. Checks and
money orders can be made out to Rob Block and mailed to:

The Alarm
PO Box 66362
Houston TX

(Or feel free to give me a donation next time you see me around).

If you would like a single issue, please mail 2 stamps to the PO box.

For more information or to help distributing The Alarm, please write
to Alarm [at] Riseup [dot] Net

The Alarm is a radical zine and distro from Houston, inspired by
Peoples Global Action network

To keep up to date on things The Alarm is working on, subscribe to
The Alarm's mailing list here: http://lists.riseup.net/www/info/alarmed
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* PGA is an anticapitalisst antiauthoritarian direct action
international network.
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