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category north america / mexico | culture | press release author Saturday July 31, 2010 01:57author by laozi - NEFACauthor email providenceanarchistbookfair at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

Open Call For Workshops

COME TO THE 5TH EVER PROVIDENCE ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR! FUN! BOOKS! MUSIC! DANCING! REVOLUTION IN THE STREETS!

August 14th from 1pm to 1am on Empire Street, Providence, Rhode Island we'll be throwing the 5th annual Anarchist Bookfair as part of local community art center AS220's Foo Fest, a one day bloc party downtown, celebrating their 25th anniversary. The festival this year has a $5 cover and is geared towards a family friendly focus! Bring the kids! In the evening local bands will be playing as the festival takes a street party atmosphere!

GROUPS AND VENDORS CONFIRMED SO FAR!

AK Press, Wooden Shoe Books, North Eastern Federation of Anarchist Communists, Just Seeds, Lucy Parsons Center, PM Press, Symposium Books, Icarus Project, Boston Anti-Authoritarian Movement/Anarchist Black Cross, Industrial Workers of the World, Heart and Fist Distro, Elm City Infoshop, Farmacy Herbs & More!

OPEN CALL FOR TABLES & WORKSHOPS!

In the past there have been workshops and participatory presentations on radical and revolutionary topics, please feel free to submit workshop proposals or hit us up to get a table if you are an independent distributor of anarchist or anti-authoritarian radical material, tables can be reserved for $50. Please contact us for more info:

providenceanarchistbookfair@gmail.com

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