Actividades del 12 al 15 y 21 y 22 de Abril.
Extraído del boletín de la Fundación Aurora Intermitente
6 th Anarchist Book Fair in New York City
Activities from 12 to 15 and 21 and April 22.
New York, a center of life, culture and anarchist struggle for the past 150 years, will host the 6th Anarchist Book Fair in New York City, an exhibition of books, films, pamphlets, art, film / video and other political and cultural expressions of the global anarchist movement. The Book Fair will be held at Judson Memorial Church in Manhattan on 14 and 15 April.
The Book Fair always includes two days of panel presentations and workshops to facilitate the exchange of creativity, information and skills. The aim of the book fair is to build a space where people can make links and also have greater access to the diversity of anarchist ideas and actions. Now is a key moment to explore these ideas and practices and incorporate them into our communities and our movements.
We invite all printers, writers, zinesters, videographers, artists and all the anarchists of the world. Come meet anarchists in the region of NYC and elsewhere who have come to make connections with other anarchists. Whether you're an old anarchist with many links and knowledge or someone who wants to know more curious about anarchism, the Book Fair you'll notice. The NYC Anarchist Book Fair is a place where ideas, activism, ethics, creativity and history of the anarchist movement come together to form an exciting weekend full of community and collaboration.
You can contact the collective organizer of the NYC Anarchist Book Fair to join as a volunteer, to make a donation or for more information. Our address is: email@example.com
Remember that diversity is important to us: we are committed to promoting the voices that are often underrepresented in conventional activists or conferences, whether for reasons of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, age, income or ability. The Book Fair will not tolerate racist, sexist, queer-phobic or any other action that is against the collective freedom of all.
Excerpted from the Aurora Foundation newsletter Flashing