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June 23 — July 19th Community Calendar

Indypendent Staff Jun 27

FRI JUN 22
4pm • Free
3RD ANNUAL TRANS DAY OF ACTION: for
social and economic justice. Sponsored
by the Audre Lorde Project.
Meet at Covenant House, 460 W. 41st St
718-596-0342 • info4tdoa@alp.org

SAT JUN 23

1-6pm • Free
SCREENING: Welcome to New Orleans
and From Big Easy to Big Empty
Films about New Orleans during and in the
ongoing aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Labor Center Auditorium
310 W. 43rd St • 646-920-6730
b710johnson@yahoo.com

5pm • Free
15TH ANNUAL NYC DYKE MARCH:
Bring noisemakers, signs, and every
lesbian you know.
Begins at Bryant Park
42nd and 6th • nycdykemarch.org
212-479-8520

TUE JUN 26
5:30-9:30pm • Free
RGB PROTEST: Protest the
inal vote of
the Rent Guidelines Board to increase
rents by as much as 7.5 percent.
Great Hall at Cooper Union
7 E. 7th St. (basement).
Metcouncil.net • 212-979-6238

6-8pm • Free
DISCUSSION: A panel discussion on the
radical history of the Lower East Side.
The Tenement Museum Visitors Center
108 Orchard St • 212-431-0233

WED JUN 27 – SUN JUL 1
CONFERENCE: U.S. SOCIAL FORUM.
At various locations around Atlanta,
sponsored by numerous groups and to
be attended by grassroots organizations
from all over the country. ussf2007.org •
404-622-1133

THU JUN 28
7:30pm • $2
FILM: Before Stonewall a screening
in celebration of Pride Month. This
documentary traces the queer
community from the 1920s to the
Stonewall rebellion.
Freedom Hall,
113 W. 128th St • 212-222-0633
nycradicalwomen@nyct.net

FRI JUN 29
7pm • Free
CRITICAL MASS: Monthly ride in
Manhattan. Meet at Union Square
Park North
critical-mass.org

8pm • $10 adults/$6 children
MUSIC: GOOD COFFEEHOUSE MUSIC
PARLOR. With Margot Leverett,
Klezmer-Bluegrass fusion.
53 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn
718-768-2972 • bsec.org/events/coffee-
house/index.html

SAT JUN 30
12–1:30pm • Free
STATEN ISLAND PEACE RALLY: Against
the war in Iraq? Then come make this
the biggest peace rally Staten Island has
ever seen. Sponsored by Peace Action of
SI. At Tappen Park in Stapleton, Bay St &
Water St • 718-989-2881 • panys.org/SI

SUN JUL 1
9:30pm • Free
MARCH: to support workers at HWH
Trading Corp., the newest members of
the Industrial Workers of the World.
Meet at the corner of Metropolitan &
Gardener, in Brooklyn • 646-645-6284
iww.org

WED JUL 4
1 – 4pm
PEACE POTLUCK PICNIC & PIE
EXTRAVAGANZA: Join United for Peace
& Justice and Peace Action NYS in
Central Park at location TBA • 646-723-
1749 melissa@panys.org

THU JUL 5

6pm • Free
MEETING: JUANITA YOUNG SUPPORT
COMMITTEE. Ms. Young’s son Malcolm
Ferguson was killled by the NYPD. Due
to her outspoken protests against police
brutality, she has been the victim of
constant police oppression. This meeting
will focus on the charges against Ms.
Young after the NYPD arrested her in her
own home last November. At the Center
for Constitutional Rights, 666 Broadway
october22-ny.org • oct22ny@yahoo.com

7pm • $5 suggested
TALK/BENEFIT: Nation contributor
Christian Parenti will be speaking at
a benefit in support of Eric McDavid,
one of the 16 environmental activists
arrested in 2005. McDavid’s trial is
set to begin July 9. All proceeds to
benefit his legal fund.
6th St Community Center
638 E 6th St • 718-844-9849
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Sat. June 23: 15th Annual NYC Dyke March. PHOTO: EIREANN FLANNERY