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Radical Community Calendar: Late Sept. through Early Oct.

Indypendent Staff Sep 15

FRI SEP 14 & SAT SEP 15
Fri: 8pm • $4;
Sat: 12:30-10pm • $10/$6 children
MUSIC: 10TH ANNUAL PARK SLOPE
BLUEGRASS & OLD-TIME MUSIC
JAMBOREE
with performances and
workshops.
Good Coffeehouse Music Parlor, 53
Prospect Park West, Bklyn
718-768-2972 • info@jamesreams.com

SAT SEP 15

10:30am • Free
ACTION: Demand that Rep . Vito
Fosela
suport an end to
war funding , immediate troop
withdrawal & full veteran
benefits .
Meet at St. Andrew the Apostle Church,
Ridge Blvd near Third Ave & East 67th St
and march along Third Ave to Fossella’s
office. Sponsored by Bay Ridge
Neighbors
for Peace & others. 646-546-
6642 • bayridgepeace@yahoo.com

8pm • $15
9/11 ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION
BENEFIT CONCERT with Danny Ross
featuring Congressman
Jerrold Nadler.
Event is to support the nonprofit 9/11
Environmental Action organization.
Bowery Poetry Club,
308 Bowery (at Bleecker)
dannyrossmusic.com • 911ea.org

SUN SEP 16

10am-6pm • Free
2ND ANNUAL BROOKLYN BOOK
FESTIVAL with programs and
appearances by authors.
Brooklyn Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon
St (at Court St), Borough Hall Plaza
and Columbus Park, the Brooklyn
Historical Society and St Francis College.
brooklynbookfestival.org

1pm • Free
MARCH: FREEDOM FIGHTERS
CONTINGENT to free all U.S.-held political
prisoners at the Harlem African-American
Day Parade
Meet at 111th St and Adam
Clayton Powell Jr Blvd. Harlam. 347-679-
7832 safiyanuhfoundation@yahoo.com •
nycjericho@riseup.net

MON SEP 17
6:30-8pm • Free
TALK/FILM: THE SHOCK DOCTRINE: THE
RISE OF DISASTER CAPITALISM. with
author Naomi Klein and Democracy Now!
host Amy Goodman.
NY Society for Ethical Culture,
2 W 64th St
212-209-5442 • nationinstitute.org

MON SEP 17 & TUE SEP 18
7pm • Free
DISCUSSIONS: REJECTING THE
CORPORATE
EMPIRE—
UNILATERAL
U.S. POWER, ENDLESS WARS & THE
NEOLIBERAL
AGENDA. Two evenings of
talks with professors and activists.
Judson Memorial Church,
55 Wash Sq South • rejectempire.org

TUE SEP 18
6:30pm • Free
FILM SCREENING: THE TAKE by
Avi Lewis and Naomi Klein about Argentinean workers who take over
an auto parts factory, and what this means for the globalization debate. NYC Socialist Party’s Liberation film series.
A.J. Muste Room, 339 Lafayette St
3rd fl, buzzer 11 • spnyc.org

WED SEP 19 – SUN SEP 23
See Schedule • General Admission $12
FILM FESTIVAL: “VISIONFEST 2007 – THE OTHER FESTIVAL” promotes domestic filmmaking and will screen 56 films over 5 days. The Indypendent, the short documentary about the newspaper, screens Fri. 7pm.
Tribeca Cinemas, 52 Varick St (at Laight
St) • 718-837-5736 • visionfest.com

THU SEP 20
6:30pm • Free
TALK: APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL MINING with West Virginian resident Ed Wiley and the photos of Antrim Caskey. There will also be speakers discussing environmental issues in the South Bronx and how these relate to other struggles.
Brook Park, 141st St & Brook Ave,
Bronx • friendsofbrookpark.org •
appalachiarising@riseup.net

SUN SEP 23

12pm • Free
MARCH/RALLY: GRITO DE LARES
for Puerto Rican independence and
self-determination.
Marking the second year anniversary of the assassination of Machetero
commander Filiberto Ojeda Rios. March will meet at 42nd St
& Times Sq, then proceed to rally at Dag
Hammarskjold Plaza to demand that an
end to the colonial situation in PR be
made a priority by the U.N. Sponsored by
ProLibertad Campaign and others.
212-696-6804 • september23.org

WED SEP 26–TUES OCT 9

Daily screenings beginning at 1pm
$10.50
FILM PREMIERE: BANISHED. Marco
Williams’
documentary on the
phenomenon
of Black communities sent
into exile, screening for two weeks. Q&A
with filmmaker at 8pm show Sep 26.
Film Forum, 209 W Houston St
212-727-8110 • filmforum.org

FRI SEP 28
8pm • $10-$1,000 sliding scale
BENEFIT: TIME’S UP! 20TH
ANNIVERSARY PARTY.
Music, visuals and bike lovin’!.
Time’s Up!, 49 E Houston St
212-802-8222 • times-up.org

SUN SEP 30
12-6pm • Free
EVENT: 9TH ANNUAL DRUM USA DAY
PEOPLES JAM. Celebration of creativity
over violence sponsored by Drum USA
Peace-Culture Initiative.
Marcus Garvey Park Amphitheater,
122nd St & Mt Morris Park West
212-987-3902 • soundship@earthlink.net

WED OCT 3
1pm, 3:50pm, 6:35pm & 9:25pm • $10.50
FILM PREMIERE: LAKE OF FIRE, director
Tony Kaye’s documentary exploring a
wide range of opinions and controversies
relating to abortion
in America.
Film Forum, 209 W Houston St
212-727-8110 • filmforum.org
Next Issue: October 5