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September Radical Community Calendar

Indypendent Staff Aug 30

thegovernmentdoesnotcareSAT SEPT 1
7pm • $5-10 suggested donation
BENEFIT: “Back to School Benefit”
for Earth Liberati on Prisoner
Danieil McGowan. Dance Party w/DJ,
vegan food & drinks. Support local NYC
activist and make the most of his time
in prison by helping him w/ the costs of
getting a master’s in sociology.
1087 Broadway, upstairs.
(btw Lawton & Dodworth St, Bklyn) .
friendsofdanielmcg@yahoo.com
inourhearts@gmail.com
supportdaniel.org

SUN SEPT 2
7pm • Free
READING: “EMERGENCY CONTACT”
by Tara-Michelle Ziniuk. Don’t miss new
Canadian talent as she travels through
NY performing deeply thoughtful and
edgy poetry.
Bluestockings, 172 Allen St
(btw Stanton & Rivington)
212-777-6028 • bluestockings.com

SUN SEPT 2

8pm-midnight • $10 donation
$20 open bar and milkshakes
BENEFIT: “MILK SHAKES & ICE CREAM
PARTY III” to support Left Turn Magazine,
with cultural performances.
Free after party at second location from
midnight to 4am.
Brecht Forum, 451 West St
(btw Bank & Bethune St)
212-242-4201 • brechtforum.org

WED SEPT 5
6-10pm Art Exhibit (Free) • 8pm Film
Screening • $7
FILM/AR T/DISCUSSION: “THE HURRICANE KATRINA CAMPUS MEDIA
PROJECT,” a touring multimedia art
installation that includes a screening of
the documentary film, “Falling Together
in New Orleans,” and a discussion about
grassroots organizing.
The Tank, 279 Church St
thetanknyc.org

7:30pm • $6-15 suggested donation
FILM/DISCUSSION: “BIG EASY TO BIG
EMPTY: The Untold Story of the Drowning
of New Orleans.”
Brecht Forum, 451 West St
(btw Bank & Bethune St)
212-242-4201 • brechtforum.org

MON SEPT 10
7pm • Free
BIKE RIDE: BROOKLYN CRITICAL MASS.
Exercise your right to transit in NYC streets
by joining the monthly ride and celebrate all
non-polluting modes of transportation.
Meet at Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park
and Brooklyn side of the Williamsburg
Bridge.
times-up.org/calendar/calendar.php

7:30pm • $6-15 suggested donation
BOOK PARTY/FORUM: “RESISTANCE:
A RADICAL SOCIAL AND POLITICAL
HISTORY OF THE LOWER EAST SIDE.”
with author Clayton Patterson joined by
Jim Feast, Sarah Ferguson, Alan Moore
& Seth Tobocman.
Brecht Forum, 451 West St
(btw Bank & Bethune St)
212-242-4201 • brechtforum.org

TUES SEPT 11
7pm • Free
MUSIC: HARMONIC INSURGENCE
– SONGS FOR AN UNSETTLED WORLD.
Enjoy veggie food to the sounds of an
acappella vocal ensemble.
Cafe 5C, E 5th St & Ave C

6-8pm • Free
EVENT: “VOICES OF THE DISAPPEARED.”
Exhibit opening of first-hand
accounts of the inhumane conditions
suffered by hundreds of immigrant
detainees in county jails across New
Jersey, drawing from their letters & activist
work both inside & outside the jails.
Paul Robeson Center, Rutgers/Newark,
350 MLK Blvd (NJ Transit buses).
nj-civilrights.org
Directions: newark.rutgers.edu

SAT SEPT 15

1-6pm • Free
THEATER: THE FALL , THE LAST JUDGMENT
AND THE FLOOD. Confluence
Theatre Company (re)cycle plays, short
productions that are a cycle of live
performances with social and environmental
themes presented in a community
eco-festival setting. Plays focus on
contemporary moral issues such as peak
oil, consumption and food politics.
Socrates Sculpture Park alongside the
Astoria/Long Island City Waterfront, Qns.
confluencetheatre.org

10am-1pm • Free
FORUM: “UNIVERSAL HEAL TH
INSURANCE: THE SOLUTION OF THE
HEALTHCARE CRISIS!” Share ideas
& action to build affordable Health
Care for everyone.
Lincoln Hospital Auditorium
234 E 149th St, Brx
917-626-5847 • panamaalba2@yahoo.com

MON SEPT 17
7pm • Free
READING/DISCUSSION: “THE REAL
WEALTH OF NATIONS: CREATING A
CARING ECONOMICS” by bestselling
author Riane Eisler with musical guest.
Vox Pop, 1022 Cortelyou Rd, Bklyn.
718-940-2084 • voxpopnet.net

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