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Indy Staff Jan 16

SPECIAL EVENT!

TUESDAY JAN. 23

7:00pm • FREE
OPEN HOUSE AT THE INDYPENDENT
4 West 43rd Street, Suite 311
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Refreshments served, Find out how you can get involved!
Screening of The Indypendent the film

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ONGOING:
JAN 5 – FEB 16
$10/$7.50 for students/seniors
ANTIWAR FILM FESTIVAL presented
by The War Resisters
League and the Brecht Forum.
The Brecht Forum 451 West St.
212-242-4201 • brechtforum.org

SAT JAN 13 – MON JAN 15
Time TBA • Free
ACTION: ECONOMIC BOYCOTT
AGAINST POLICE KILLINGS.

Sponsored by the People’s
Organization for Progress (POP).
Unslaved@aol.com • Visit njpop.org

SAT JAN 13
8pm • $5, students, vets, parolees
and punks; $10, people with jobs
MUSIC: RADICAL FOLKSINGER
DAVID ROVICS
, punk rock provocateur
Randy Nerve and Laura
Seivling, singer/songwriter.
Vox Pop, 1022 Cortelyou Road,
Ditmas Park, Brooklyn,
718-940-2084 • voxpopnet.net

SUN JAN 14
3:30PM • Free
“LOOKING FOR MARTIN: ARE DR.
KING AND HIS ‘DREAM’ STILL
RELEVANT?”
Sponsored by WNYC,
New York Public Radio, in conjunction
with The Brooklyn Museum
and Akila Worksongs, Inc. 212-
669-3333 • www.wnyc.org/events/
SUN JAN 14

1 – 3pm • Free
PROTEST: FUR PROTEST
SPONSORED BY CARING ACTIVISTS
AGAINST FUR.

Antonovich Furs, 125 Rte. 46 W , NJ.
Contact Julie, 201-927- 3617,
info@caafgroup.com • caafgroup.com

MON JAN 15
4pm – 6:00pm • Free
NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION:
TROOPS OUT NOW COALITION
IN SPECIAL RECOGNITION OF
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.’S

BIRTHDAY. Guest speaker Charles
Barron.
Times Square Recruiting Station at
43rd and Broadway.
212-633-6646 • TroopsOutNow.org

TUES JAN 16
7pm • Free
DISCUSSION: “JUST BETWEEN
YOU AND ME AND THE NSA?”

A Town Hall meeting on domestic
spying, NSA surveillance and rule
of law with moderator Claudia
Angelos, NYU School of Law,
Rep. Jerrold Nadler, Democrat-NY,
Chair.
NYU Law School, Lipton Hall,
212-607-3358 • arosmarin@nyclu.org
7:00pm • Free
MESSAGE FOR THE BLACK COMMUNITY
TODAY
Celebrating the life of Dr King. At
Plainfield Public Library, Park Ave. at
8th St, Plainfield, NJ. Sponsor: POP
Plainfield Branch.
Info: Steve Hatcher, 908-753-5273.

WED JAN 17
8:30am – 10:00am
PRESS CONFERENCE: JEWS &
NON-JEWS CALL FOR END OF
ISRAEL’S SIEGE OF GAZA,
RESPECT FOR PALESTINIANS.

At steps of Mt Hope AME Zion Church,
65 Lake St, White Plains, NY.
RSVP/info: Michael Sussman, 845-
294-3991, Sussman1@frontiernet.net

11am – 1pm • Free
CITYWIDE CONVENTION ON
TENANT HARASSMENT. W/MAKE
THE ROAD BY WALKING.

At Judson Memorial Church, 55
Washington Sq South Sponsor: Assn
for Neighborhood & Housing
Development (membership organization
of NYC nonprofit neighborhood
housing groups). www.anhd.org

7pm • Free
MEETING: CIVIL WAR, OCCUPATION
& RESISTANCE: THE CASE FOR
IMMEDIATE WITHDRAWAL

16 Beaver Group, International
Socialist Organization,
16 Beaver St., 5th Floor, between
Whitehall and Broad St.,
on the corner of Beaver and New St.
646-452-8631 • nyciso@hotmail.com

THURS JAN 18
7:30pm • Free, $6 w/supper
FILM/ DISCUSSION: “LISTEN UP! :
NEW VOICES FOR REPRODUCTIVE
JUSTICE,”
a film by N’Dieye Gray
Danavall. Sponsored by Radical
Women, Danavall’s video showing
commemorates Roe vs. Wade.
At Freedom Hall, 113 W. 128th St.,
between Malcolm X and Adam Clayton
Powell Blvds. Childcare available. 212-
222-0633 • fsprw@nycnet • radicalwomen.org

SAT JAN 20
9am – 5pm • Free (donations accepted)
CONFERENCE: “BREAKING THE
SILENCE: THE GRASSROOTS
SPEAKS.”
The People’s Peace
Conference on the U.S. War in Iraq
& Our Communities. Call to register.
Rutgers School of Law, Newark,
NJ, 123 Washington St. •
973-801-0001

SUN JAN 21
2 – 6:30pm • Free
SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
THE NEW YORK METRO ALLIANCE
OF ANARCHISTS

Sixth St Community Center,
638 E 6th St. • nymaa.org

MON JAN 22
6 – 8pm • $7-$15
THE PRINCE MYSHKINS, POLITICAL
SATIRE/FOLK MUSIC.
Benefit
for the War Resisters League.
The Bowery Poetry Club,
308 Bowery St.• warresisters.org
212.228.0450
7:30 & 9:30pm • Free

MON JAN 22
MEETING/ACTION: FREEGAN
MEETING & TRASH TOUR.

7:30: plan upcoming
freegan events and outreach.
9:30: take a tour of neighborhood’s
wasted food and other
items.
Meet at Regale’s Deli rear seating
area. 5th Ave btwn 15th & 16th Sts.
freegan.info • 347-724-6954

TUE JAN 23
8:30am • Free
COURT SUPPORT FOR FR. LUIS
BARRIOS

100 Centre St.
Lucia Bruno at 212-926-5757 or
un16defense@yahoo.com

WED JAN 24
6:30 – 9:30pm • Free
MEET THE CANDIDATES FOR THE
40TH CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT
SPECIAL ELECTION.
Candidates
and Panelists will be in attendance.
Vox Pop, 1022 Cortelyou Rd., Brooklyn.
voxpopnet.net • 718-940-2084
WED JAN 24
7pm • $8/free w/School ID
DISCUSSION: “HUMANITY AND
TORTURE,”
the power of the
media in shaping ideas about the
acceptability of torture.
Lang Center, 55 W 13th St, 2nd Fl. Tix:
New School Box Office 66 W 12th St.
212-229-5353 •
boxoffice@newschool.edu

SAT JAN 27
ALL DAY • Free
MARCH ON WASHINGTON: TO
CONGRESS AND THE BUSH
ADMINISTRATION: END THE WAR
AND OCCUPATION IN IRAQ AND
BRING THE TROOPS HOME NOW.

Location to be announced in DC.
Sponser: United for Peace and Justice.
212-868-5545 • unitedforpeace.org

SAT JAN 27
12noon-4:30pm
CHILDREN’S PRESS LINE NEW MEMBER TRAINING
for 8-18year-olds who want to learn reporting skills and interview other kids, report on issues that effect youth.
www.cplmedia.org/training to RSVP
Martin Luther High School
122 Amsterdam Ave. (Between 65th and 66th st.) RM #143

MON JAN 29
3pm • Free
RALLY: MOBILIZATION AGAINST
POLICE BRUTALITY AND RACISM.

UN Dag Hammarskjold Plaza
(47th St Btwn 1st & 2nd Ave).
December 12th Movement,
D12M@aol.com • 718-398-1766

TUE JAN 30
7pm • $3 – $5 suggested
WOMEN’S POETRY JAM AND
WOMEN’S OPEN MIKE featuring
Hadassah Hill and Suzanne Rae
Deshchidn.

Bluestockings Books • 172 Allen
Street. 212-777-6028 •
www.bluestockings.com