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Press Advisory- N.Y. City Anarchist Bookfair Apr 16, 2016

category north america / mexico | anarchist movement | press release author Montag Januar 04, 2016 06:42author by Edward Saroyan - NYC Anarchist Bookfair Collectiveauthor email nycabf at riseup dot net Report this post to the editors

NYC ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR - 10th anniversary
What: 2016 Annual NYC Anarchist BookFair
Where: Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Square South, in Manhattan
When: Book Fair—Sat., April 16, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Art Festival—Fri., April 15, 7 p.m. - 5 a.m.
Film Festival—Sat., April 16, 7 p.m. - 1 a.m.

N.Y.C. ANARCHIST BOOK FAIR
http://anarchistbookfair.net/[[/bold]]
[[bold] ]PRESS ADVISORY

December 15, 2015
Press Contact: Edward Saroyan, nycabf@riseup.net

New York City Anarchist Book Fair
to celebrate 10th anniversary, Sat., April 16, 2016


NEW YORK—In the decade since it debuted in 2007, the NYC Anarchist Book Fair has become a premier event for anarchists from across North America and around the world, and a New York institution. It's a gathering place for the anarchist community, a forum for activists, scholars, and creative artists, and an opportunity for the curious to learn about an anti-state, anti-capitalist political tradition that's still alive and thriving and challenging the established order.

Each year, the NYC Anarchist Book Fair hosts over 60 exhibitors including publishers, writers, designers, artists, musicians, and organizers. Past line-ups of panels, workshops, and other presentations have included such figures as journalist Chris Hedges; cartoonists Seth Tobocman, Peter Kuper, and Fly; photographer and Native American activist Lenny Foster; scholar/activists David Graeber, Silvia Federici, and Martha Ackelsberg; civil rights lawyer and radio host Heidi Boghosian; and former Black Panther and anarchist Ashanti Alston.

Judson Memorial Church, at the south end of Washington Square Park—the neighborhood that is one of the birthplaces of the anarchist movement in the US—has hosted the NYC Anarchist Book Fair nearly every year, and will do so again in 2016.

What: 2016 Annual NYC Anarchist Book Fair
Where: Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Square South, in Manhattan
When: Book Fair—Sat., April 16, 11am-6pm; Art Festival—Fri., April 15, 7pm-5am; Film Festival—Sat., April 16, 7p-1m

Once again, the NYC Anarchist Art Festival and the NYC Anarchist Film Festival in Honor of Brad Will, will be held in conjunction with the book fair. In addition, on Sun., April 17, the book fair organizing collective will host a city-wide follow-up gathering of anarchist activists. Location and other details of these additional events to follow, as well as details of book fair exhibitors, panels and workshops as they are confirmed.

For more information about the 2016 New York City Anarchist Book Fair, please email nycabf@riseup.net. Details including participating exhibitors and times of panels, workshops, and other events will be posted at http://anarchistbookfair.net.

Verwandter Link: http://www.anarchistbookfair.net
author by Edward Saroyan - NYC Anarchist Bookfair Colectivepublication date Fr Feb 26, 2016 22:10author email nycabf at riseup dot netauthor address author phone Report this post to the editors

NYC Anarchist Book Fair Music Night
(date) Sunday, April 17th
(Time) 5:30 -10p m
(Location) Don Pedro
90 Manhattan Ave
Brooklyn, NY

The bands and musicians who will perform will be known shortly.

Sometimes in a large city such as New York, there exist some "community centers" staffed by well-meaning individuals who may allow rumors and other subjective information to be an obstacle to the free-exchange of ideas and this may work to the detriment of those who simply want to present
a cultural event to the public.
We work toward a better, more liberatory, revolutionary situation in the future.
Love to all.
thank you

Verwandter Link: http://www.anarchistbookfair.net
 
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