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(en) Britain, http://bristol.indymedia.org/article/688858 on tomorrow's Bristol's First Anarchist Bookfair Kicks Off

Date Fri, 12 Sep 2008 23:22:21 +0300

Saturday 13th of September, between 10am and 5pm, St. Werburghs Centre Davey
Gower of the Bookfair Collective writes; Roll up! Roll up! Blast away those damp
summer blues and get yourself down to the Bristol Anarchist Bookfair for a date
with the freethinking autonomous resistance from Bristol, the South West & South
Wales. A printed bookfair programme will be available on the day, but you can
get all the bookfair details online now...This free event includes 26 stalls
from independent publishers, distributors, bookshops and local and national
campaign groups. There are also 25 workshops including talks on anarchist
principles and tactics, the economy, climate change and transition towns, a
bicycle maintenance workshop, a lesson in Taiji, and an 'alternative' cycling
tour of Bristol.

Added to that is live acoustic music in the courtyard and the Kebele community
co-operative – Bristol’s long-running radical social centre – will be in the
kitchen providing a cheap all-day café, proving how delicious vegan food can
be....Anarchism is about mutual aid, solidarity, autonomy and social change.
It’s about class politics, resisting injustice and exploitation and defending
the earth we live on. Anarchism emerged as a defined movement in the mid-19th
century as part of the struggles of the growing European working class. Yet its
origins can be traced back centuries to whenever people came together to resist
oppression, to whenever people tried to live peacefully in harmony with the
environment around them. Anarchist Bookfair - full programme & info.

Bristol Indymedia will also be at the event! We are running a stall and a
talk/discussion; Getting serious about media democracy at Room 7 at 11am; The
media is dominated by a small group of individuals like Murdoch, and
multinational corporations such as Viacom. As a result the predominant tide of
media offers a largely homogenous top-down view of the world centred on
corporate globalisation and neo-liberal economics. What are the implications for
those struggling to present alternative views of the world? How can alternatives
be presented to a population that has only known a corporate media? Can we use
their media to get our message out or should we concentrate on building our own
media? Hope to see you there!

| Anarchist Bookfair - full programme & info | (don't) Get me started |
Anarchist Bookfair meeting | Anarchy in The West Country | Bookfair Party (8pm
to late, at the Plough pub, Kilburn St, Easton BS5) | Post-bookfair cafe @
Kebele | Related Organisations: www.bristolanarchistbookfair.org | Bristol
Anarchist Black Cross | www.kebelecoop.org |
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