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Community Calendar (October 12-November 1)

Jessie Carpenter Oct 12

SAT OCT 14
2pm • Free
EVENT: ART PARTY FOR 11TH NATIONAL 10/22 DAY OF PROTEST TO STOP POLICE BRUTALITY, REPRESSION & THE CRIMINALIZATION OF A GENERATION. Come create placards, banners & other artwork. Project Reach, 1 Orchard St. 866-235-7814 • oct22ny@yahoo.com october22-ny.org

SUN OCT 15
3pm • Free
CINEMAROSA PRESENTS THE PROGRAM “TRANSBODIES” a selection of works exploring identity & self through intimate accounts of transgendered and gender-variant people. Featuring the presentation of Almost Myself, directed by Tom Murray, and Kaden, a short documentary directed by Harriet Storm. Queens Museum of Art (Flushing Meadows Corona Park)

4pm • Free
PRE-SENTENCING RALLY FOR LYNNE STEWART Riverside Church, Riverside Dr. & 121st St.

MON OCT 16
8am • Free
COURT SUPPORT: LYNNE STEWART’S SENTENCING At U.S. Courthouse 40 Foley Sq (4/5/6 to Brooklyn Bridge, J/M/Z to Chambers St, N/R/W to City Hall) 212-625-9696 • lynnestewart.org

7 – 9pm • $10
LECTURE AND SIGNING: AMERICA’S WAR ON SEX: THE ATTACK ON LAW, LUST AND LIBERTY. Sociologist Dr. Marty Klein shares his discoveries on the truths about sexuality and examines today’s political headlines, challenging what he says is political hypocrisy. Museum of Sex 233 Fifth Ave. (@ 27th Street) 212-689-6337 Space is limited, reservations recommended.

TUE OCT 17
4:30 – 6pm • Free
DISCUSSION: THE LINCOLN COLLECTIVE GROUP founded in the late 1960s & early 1970s, devoted to revolutionizing health care delivery in the South Bronx. W/former members Ollie Fein, Henry Kahn, Fitzhugh Mullan, Harold Osborn. Cherkasky Auditorium, Montefiore Medical Center, Bx. socialmedicinerounds.org

WED OCT 18
7:30pm • Free, supper at 7pm for $6 donation
SPECIAL FILM SHOWING: UNION MAIDS This documentary is a multiracial portrait of three labor heroines of the 1930s union movement who make history come alive. Open discussion will focus on the leadership of women in current union organizing. Freedom Hall, 113 W. 128 St. 212-222-0633 nycradicalwomen@nyct.net

THU OCT 19
7pm • Free
DISCUSSION: “NICARAGUA: WATER, SANITATION & REFORESTATION.” Learn about success of El Porvenir (nonprofit working w/sustainable self-help projects) in enabling villages to obtain clean water & sanitation. 333 E. 79 St. Community Room off Main Lobby. Dan Reuman, 917-805- 7519, reumand@rockefeller.edu

7pm • Free
1ST ANNUAL DAVE DELLINGER LECTURE (see ad on page 5 for details)

SAT OCT 21
1pm • Free
RALLY AT UNION SQUARE: NYC IMMIGRANT RIGHTS ALLIANCE Protest for full immigrant rights. Help bring the immigrant rights movement back to the forefront. www.may1.info 212-633-6646

peacefairSUN OCT 22
11am – 5pm • Free
4TH ANNUAL BROOKLYN PEACE FAIR Long Island University 1 University Plaza, at Flatbush & DeKalb Aves. Sponsor: Brooklyn Parents for Peace. peacefair@brooklynpeace.org

TUE OCT 24
6:30 – 8pm • Free
DISCUSSION: “DO ABSTINENCE ONLY- UNTIL- MARRIAGE PROGRAMS PROMOTE HIV STIGMA & HOMOPHOBIA IN SCHOOLS?” W/Diana Bruce (AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth & Families), Maxwell Ciardullo (Sexuality Information & Education Council of the US-SIECUS), Elizabeth Diaz (Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network-GLSEN), Ann Northrup. LGBT Community Center, 208 W 13th St. sonny@champnetwork.org

SAT OCT 28
NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION Locally coordinated antiwar protests from coast to coast. Visit www.AnswerCoalition.org for action times and locations.

8pm • $12 gen/$9 members sugg.
PHIL OCHS SONG NIGHT, Peoples’ Voice Cafe. The Workmen’s Circle, 45 E 33rd St. • 212-787-3903 peoplesvoicecafe.org

ONGOING EVERY DAY
5:30pm • Free
DAILY VIGIL, RAIN OR SHINE, FOR “U.S. OUT OF IRAQ/BRING THE TROOPS HOME NOW.” Held every day since 11/8/04, 1st night of the attack on Fallujah. At Washington Sq. Park Arch, 5th Ave. & Waverly Pl. 212-674-6377 Fallujahwitnessvigil@elgatito.com

EVERY TUESDAY
9pm • Free
CARLITOS PROJECT, night of open mic, poetry, short stories, music jam & other free-style rap, lyrics and sounds. Open to poets, dancers, musicians, clowns, comics, lovers, singers & soulful types. All colors, heights, shapes, age, religions, languages welcomed. Signing up in advance is recommended. louis@artforchange.org Art for Change 1701 Lexington Ave. (at 106 St.) 212-348-7044 artforchange.org

OCT 1-OCT 29
7:30pm • $25
ARTS AT ST. ANN’S PRESENTS LES FRERES CORBUSIER’S HELL HOUSE. Demon-guided tours begin every 15 minutes, advance tickets strongly recommended. Part installation, part performance, part haunted house – Hell House aims its provocative spotlight at the Christian Right. Hilarious and horrifying, it’ll scare the Jesus into you. Children under 12 are not admitted. St. Ann’s warehouse 38 Water St. For tickets: 718-254-8779

SAT NOV 4
8pm • $12 gen/$9 members sugg.
DAVE LIPPMAN AND JOHN FLYNN Peoples’ Voice Cafe, The Workmen’s Circle, 45 E 33rd St. 212-787-3903 peoplesvoicecafe.org