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San Francisco Women Against Rape

Walk Against Rape April 25th, 2009

Come walk with us for a great cause!

San Francisco Women Against Rape invites you to participate in our 4th annual Walk Against Rape. As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Walk Against Rape will be held on April 25th, 2009.

The walk is a celebration that empowers survivors, their friends, families and supporters, and serves to break the silence by walking together on the streets against rape, and declare that San Francisco will not tolerate sexual violence.

1st Annual Los Angeles Anarchist Bookfair

Schedule + Bio's and list of speakers



11:00PM (Main Room) Welcome / Danza Cuauhtémoc

12:00PM (Main Room) Local Histories “Southern California Library and South Central Los Ángeles" by SCL Staff

The Double Crisis of the University and Global Economy 28/11 London

FRIDAY 28 November 2008 at 3pm QUEEN MARY University of London Physics 602

with: Paolo Do – Stephen Dunne – Matthew Fuller – Gerard Hanlon – Stefano Harney – Celia Lury – Noortje Marres – Matteo Pasquinelli – Nirmal Puwar – Gigi Roggero – Stevphen Shukaitis – Tiziana Terranova

Autonomy, Composition, and the Radical Imagination Seminar with Stevphen Shukaitis, Vilnius Free University (Laisvasis Universitetas) October 9th – 10th, 2008

Thursday October 9th, in gallery “Kaire-Desine” (Left-Right), Latako Street 3, Vilnius. 6pm. Friday October 10th, in Contemporary Art Centre, Vokieciu Street 2, Vilnius. 6pm.

The Art of Rent / A series of open seminars *


Thursday 5 June, 4 to 7pm Room 4.08, Francis Bancroft Building Queen Mary University of London, Mile Endhttp://www.generation-online.org/other/artofrent.htm

STEFANO HARNEY - Queen Mary University of London

JUDITH REVEL - Sorbonne University, Paris

ALBERTO DE NICOLA - ESC atelier occupato, Roma (www.escatelier.net)

RAUL SANCHEZ - UniNomada, Madrid (www.universidadnomada.net)

Solidarity is a Weapon! Benefit for Marie Mason NYC June 7 A special video for the June 7th Day of National Resistance Against the Green Scare Derrick Jensen

Acclaimed environmental writer, author of ‘Culture of Make Believe’, ‘A Language Older Than Words’, ‘Endgame’, and other works.

Jensen discusses the recent state repression of activist groups (the “Green Scare”), the state of the environmental defense movement, and the fate of our planet.

Common Cause will be hosting Hamilton's first ever Anarchist Bookfair.

Free lunch. Childcare available. This is a transgender friendly space.

Fellow underdogs unite in underdog city for a day of workshops, discussion, networking and of course literature!

June 14th marks the day that the Common Cause Hamilton local will be hosting our first Anarchist Book Fair. In a city with a vibrant history of working class struggle such as Hamilton, the Book Fair presents a unique opportunity for people coming together to network,learn and build community.

ABC No Rio Zine Library Party, New York City

Friday May 30

Comics Artists and Illustrators, Music and Beer! Presentations from:

SABRINA JONES: Isadora Duncan: A Graphic Biography Studs Terkel's Working

Contributor and editor, World War 3 Illustrated (Most recent issues: Female Complaints, Bitchcraft, Life During Wartime) Co-founder and Editor, Girltalk (anthology of autobio comics)

KEVIN PYLE: Totality for Kids Blindspot

Creator, Lab U.S.A. - illuminated documents (Autonomedia Press) Contributor and editor, World War 3 Illustrated

Art in the Age of Terrorism: A panel organized by Eyebeam and the 2008 World Science Festival

Steven Kurtz--the artist accused of bioterrorism in federal court--will make his first public appearance following the dismissal of his case. 7PM, Thursday, May 29, 2008 Eyebeam 540 W. 21st St. (btw 10th and 11th Aves.), New York City Free and open to the public

Robert Kocik & Joel Kuszai Poetry Reading Wednesday, May 28, 8:00 pm at The Poetry Project


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