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(en) US, anarchist journal, Nor'easter #8 page 16 - Events

Date Tue, 20 Apr 2010 10:48:31 +0300


March 25 ---- Philadelphia â Penny Hill and Peninsula: An Acoustic Night! Event at Wooden Shoe Books, 704 South St., Philadelphia, Pa. 7 p.m. Visit www.woodenshoebooks.com for
more info.- March 27 Boston â Sacco and Vanzetti Social. Gather for a cultural celebration with food, drinks and info about Tarek Mehannaâs case, and of course, socializing at the Community Church, 545 Boylston St., Copley Square, Boston. www.SaccoandVanzetti.org- March 28â29 ---- Chapel Hill, N.C. â North Carolina Rising: A Conference on Self-Determination, Mutual Aid and Resistance. A conference exploring organizing and resistance in our communities and our lives, with workshops, networking, fine dining, entertainment and more. To register, or check out the schedule: http://www.ncrising.info/.

April 1
Chicago â 10th Annual Chicago Anarchist
Film Festival. Presenting a sample of films
from mainstream sources, rediscovered
classics and the works of filmmakers engaged
in social change with an anarchist vision.
home.comcast.net/~more_about_it/

April 3
Philadelphia â Making the Grades:
My Misadventures in the Standardized
Testing Industry with author Todd Farley.
Event at Wooden Shoe Books, 704
South St., Philadelphia, Pa. 7 p.m. Visit
www.woodenshoebooks.com for more
info.

April 4
Boston â ABC Ice Cream Social. Come get
involved in Boston ABC. Learn what weâre all
about and eat some ice cream. Location and
time TBD. Contact bostonabc@riseup.net
for more info.

April 8
Philadelphia â Leah B Presents â---- and
Her Brainâ: The Experiences of a Young
Trans Woman. Event at Wooden Shoe
Books, 704 South St., Philadelphia, Pa. 7
p.m. Visit www.woodenshoebooks.com for
more info.

April 9
Philadelphia â Island of Shame: The
Secret History of the U.S. Military Base
on Diego Garcia with author David Vine.
Event at Wooden Shoe Books, 704
South St., Philadelphia, Pa. 7 p.m. Visit
www.woodenshoebooks.com for more
info.

April 9â11
Toronto â Toronto Anarchist Assembly.
This will be a space for a wide variety
of
anarchist
individuals,
radical
political groups and anti-authoritarian
organizations
to
come
together,
educate, skill-share and hear about each
otherâs projects and plans, with events
including panel discussions, booktables,
workshops, social events and more.
torontoanarchistassembly.blogspot.com/

April 10
Binghamton, N.Y. â DIY Fest announced
by ATTACK! (Anarchist Tactical Team
Against Capitalist Killers): a day of
workshops,
skill-sharing,
networking
and DIY empowerment. Date rescheduled
from March 20. More info can be found at
binghamtonDIYfest.blogspot.com and by
e-mailing binghamtonDIYfest@gmail.com.
Philadelphia â Apron Activists Vegan
Bake Sale! Benefit for Philabundance.
Event at Wooden Shoe Books, 704 South
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 12 to 6 p.m. Visit
www.woodenshoebooks.com for more
info.

April 11
Philadelphia â Invisible Girls: The Truth
about Sexual Abuse with author Dr. Patti
Feuereisen. Event at Wooden Shoe Books,
704 South St., Philadelphia, Pa. 12 to 6
p.m. Visit www.woodenshoebooks.com for
more info.

April 14
Boston â We Are an Image from the Future:
The Greek Revolt of December 2008. A
short film showing, followed by the
presentation of a new book by the editors,
Sissy Doutsiou and Tasos Sagris, also
members of the Void Network in Athens,
a group promoting art, theory, action and
the creation of autonomous spaces. 7p.m.
at the Lucy Parsons Center, 549 Columbus
Ave., Boston.

April 17
NYC â Forth Annual NYC Anarchist Book
Fair. A one-day (11am-7p.m.) exposition of
books, zines, pamphlets, art, film/video and
other cultural and very political productions
of the anarchist scene worldwide, at Judson
Memorial Church (55 Washington Square
South) in Manhattan. In addition, there
will be two days of panels, presentations,
workshops and skillshares on April 17 and
18. http://www.anarchistbookfair.net

April 18
Boston â Grand re-opening event of the
Papercut Zine Library. Details TBD. Come
celebrate the re-opening of the Papercut
Zine Library at a new space in Somerville!
226 Pearl St. in Somerville (between Union
Sq. and Winter Hill), 3rd Floor. Check out
www.papercutzinelibrary.org for updates.

April 21
Ithaca, N.Y. â Silent City Distro is hosting
radical hip hop artists Testament & Illogic.
Along with an evening performance, they
will be presenting workshops on Olympics
and G-20 Resistance in Kanada, Parkour,
Self-Defense/Martial Arts and Warrior
Yoga. See www.silentcitydistro.org for
more info.

Philadelphia â The Elvenslaughter
2010: a night of otherwordly fiction.
Event at Wooden Shoe Books, 704
South St., Philadelphia, Pa. 7 p.m. Visit
www.woodenshoebooks.com for more
info.

Boston â Cruel and Unusual: A film about
the experiences of transgender people in
prison. Presented by the Anarchist Black
Cross and TransCEND.Boston. 7p.m. At the
Lucy Parsons Center, 549 Columbus Ave.,
Boston.

April 24â25
Hartford â Third Annual F.A.D.G.E. Fest:
FADGE (Feminism, Autonomy, Diversity and
Gender Expression) is a female-positive
day of workshops, art and music. This
event is for all ages and genders. At the
Charter Oak Cultural Center, 21 Charter Oak
Ave., Hartford, Conn. For more information
please visit www.myspace.com/fadgefest
or write ctcntfest@gmail.com.

Troy, N.Y. â Bike! Bike! Northeast: A
regional meeting of bicycle minds. A
regional conference all things bicycle
culture in the Northeast U.S., with
discussions, skill-sharing sessions and
bicycle fun. Please pre-register. Check out
http://troybikerescue.org/bikebikene for
more information.

May

May 2010: Month of Anarchy! NEAN is
encouraging anarchists in the Northeast
and beyond to make May into a month of
anarchy! Bring anarchy to the spotlight with
actions, festivals, picnics and performances.
Contact monthofanarchy@neanarchist.net
for more information and to get involved.


May 1
May Day and International Workersâ Day!
Celebrate a history of activism, dissent and
progress.

Hartford â May Day Hartford:

International Workersâ Day! The Hartford
May Day Committee invites you and
your fellow union members, neighbors,
congregations and compatriots to enjoy a
day of diverse music acts, popular theater,
political discussion and free food. At Burr
Mall (outdoors between Hartford City
Hall and the Wadsworth) from 1 to 6 p.m.
E-mail circleamatt@gmail.com for more
information.

Philadelphia â Broad Set Writing
Collective Presents Fiction and Poetry
Reading. Event at Wooden Shoe Books,
704 South St., Philadelphia, Pa. 7 p.m.
Visit www.woodenshoebooks.com for
more info.

May 7
Philadelphia â âCrownedâ Writing
Workshop with Ellen Hagan Writing
Workshop 6p.m.â7 p.m., Reading from
âCrownedâ 7 p.m.â8 p.m. Event at Wooden
Shoe Books, 704 South St., Philadelphia,
Pa. Visit www.woodenshoebooks.com for
more info.

May 13
Philadelphia â Coal Mountain Elementary:
Poems by Mark Nowak, photographs by Ian
Teh and Mark Nowak. Event at Wooden Shoe
Books, 704 South St., Philadelphia, Pa. 7
p.m. Visit www.woodenshoebooks.com for
more info.

May 15
Pittsburgh â The East End Share Fair,
a Really Really Free Market, will take
place in Friendship Park (the Bloomfield
neighborhood of Pittsburgh) from 1 p.m. to
5 p.m. Hosted by the East End Mutual Aid
collective. For more information, contact
info@eastendmutualaid.org.

May 17â18
Ithaca, N.Y. â Peter Gelderloos, author
of How Non-violence Protects the State
and Consensus, Guide for Activists, will be
giving two presentations in Ithaca hosted
by Silent City Distro. For info about these
workshops, visit www.silentcitydistro.org.

May 18â19
Montreal â Montrealâs Fifth Annual
International Anarchist Theatre Festival.
The festival is part of Montrealâs annual
month-long Festival of Anarchy that leads up
to the cityâs 11th annual Anarchist Bookfair.
myspace.com/anarchisttheatre_montreal

May 27â30
Denver â 2010 Bash Back Convergence.

May 29â30
Montreal â Montrealâs 11th Annual
Anarchist Bookfair. The bookfair and
month-long Festival of Anarchy bring
together anarchist ideas and practice
through words, images, music, theatre
and day-to-day struggles for justice,
dignity and collective liberation.
http://www.anarchistbookfair.ca/

June

The U.S. Social Forum will be in Detroit
June 22â26, and groups from all over
the Northeast are planning to bike there!
We also seek bio-fuel powered support
vehicles and people to drive them. You
can go to bikeit.org to find a ride being
organized closest to you, or plan your own.

June 19â26
Colorado â 2010 Wild Roots Feral Futures
Conference in the foothills of the mighty
and wild San Juan Mountains of Southwest
Colorado. Workshops, conflict resolution
and management, direct action and medic
trainings, wild food walks and much more.

June 22â26
Detroit â U.S. Social Forum. A space to
come up with the peoplesâ solutions to the
economic and ecological crisis. The USSF
provides spaces to learn from each otherâs
experiences and struggles, share our
analysis of the problems our communities
face, build relationships and align with
our international brothers and sisters
to strategize how to reclaim our world.
http://www.ussf2010.org/

July 15
Providence â Second Annual Providence Anarchist
Bookfair.
An opportunity to exchange anarchist and
anti-authoritarian ideas. The bookfair
and all related St.-fair activities are
free to attend and open to the public.
www.as220.org/bookfair/bookfair.htm

Summer, 2010
Boston â Northeast Anarchist Network
(NEAN) semi-annual assembly! Check out
neanarchist.net for details as they are
announced.

August 12â15
Toronto â Bike! Bike! 2010 â An
international annual conference organized
by and for not-for-profit bike projects. This
year it will be hosted by Bike Pirates in
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. There will be an
assortment of different workshops at Bike!
Bike! geared toward helping bike projects
better serve their intended communities.
There will also be social events to help/
encourage projects to network. Please
pre-register at http://www.bikebike.org/.

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The Norâeaster hopes to provide a venue for groups throughout the region to share
news, events, analysis and organizing efforts. Any and all events are welcome, from
local to global; from meetings, demonstrations and workshops, to conferences,
parties and anything else that may be going on!
Send events to noreaster@neanarchist.net.
Events can also be posted on the Northeast Anarchist Network Web site. For more
information, event listings or to post events, visit www.neanarchist.net/event.
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