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Radical Community Calendar: Oct 5 – Oct 27

Indypendent Staff Oct 17

pttv25webrdWED OCT 10

7:30am • Free
ACTION: “SAY NO! TO MILITARY RECRUITERS TARGETING OUR YOUTH!” Distribute info on alternatives to the military& how to “opt out” of releasing your personal info to recruiters. Sponsored by Brooklyn For Peace. New Utrecht High School, 1601 80th St., Bklyn • Brooklynpeace.org • nowar@ brooklynpeace.org

THU OCT 11

7pm • $15-$35 Sliding Scale
FILM/BENEFIT: PAPER TIGER TV 25TH ANNIVERSARY with Amy Goodman, Bill Tabb and Joan Braderman. Opening reception, video installation, live performance and the premiere of the documentary, Paper Tiger Reads Paper Tiger Television. Anthology Film Archives, 32 2nd Ave 212-420-9045 • papertiger.org

FRI OCT 12

10am-5pm • Free
WORKSHOP: “THE ECONOMICS OF GLOBAL WARMING.” Economic analysis of the magnitude & distribution of the real & perceived costs of correcting the global-warming externality. The New School for Social Research, Wolff Conference Room, 65 Fifth Ave. RSVP: 212-229-5901 x4911, cepa@newschool.edu, newschool.edu/cepa

7pm • Donation
TALK/FILM/MUSIC: “CELEBRATE
INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’S RESISTANCE DAY” Carlos Mauricio, torture survivor will lead discussion on anti-torture lawsuit and the Stop Impunity Project, a campaign to persuade South American countries to withdraw from School of Americas. Film: The Panama Deception. Revolutionary singer: Jorge Renderos. All Souls Church, Reidy Friendship Hall, 1157 Lexington Ave (at 80th St.)
201-207-1493 • nycsoaw.org

8pm • $10 adults/$6 children
MUSIC: GOOD COFFEEHOUSE MUSIC PARLOR with singer/songwriters James O’Malley and Rich Deans.
53 Prospect Park West • 718-768-2972, info@jamesreams.com • bsec.org, events/coffeehouse/index.html

SAT OCT 13
ALL-DAY CONFERENCE: “BUILDING BRIDGES – HOW AFRICAN AMERICANS & IMMIGRANTS CAN CREATE SOCIAL & ECONOMIC JUSTICE TOGETHER,” sponsored by African Services Cmt-Barnard, Ctr for Law & Social Justice-Medgar Evers College, NAACP, Rockland County Immigration Coalition & others.
Barnard College, 3009 Broadway • RSVP:
212-627-2227 x229 • alee@thenyic.org

11am-5pm • Free
EVENT: BAY RIDGE PEACE FAIR with antiwar speakers, music and performances. Sponsored by Bay Ridge Neighbors for Peace. • Bay Ridge United Methodist Church, 7002 4th Ave (at 70th St) Bklyn (R to Bay Ridge Ave). • 718-238-4517
646-546-6642 vmmcfadyen@aol.com • bayridgepeace@yahoo.com

3pm
PLAY/FILM: VOICES AGAINST THE WAR
by Paul Robeson High School, based on the wartime accounts of members of Black Veterans for Social Justice. Short film by Global Action youth about recruiters targeting undocumented migrants. Discussion follows play/film. Church of the Evangel, 1950 Bedford Ave (at Hawthorn St) Bklyn • 718-287-1189.

Thu OCT 18-SUN OCT 21
ACTIONS: “TEAR DOWN THE WORLD BANK & INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND.” Raise up resistance during the annual WB/IMF meeting. At locations to be announced in D.C. octoberrebellion.org

FRI OCT 19
ALL-DAY ACTIONS: IRAQ MORATORIUM BREAK WITH YOUR DAILY ROUTINE AND DEMAND AN END TO THE IRAQ WAR.
Different groups & individuals choose their own actions. Wear black ribbons & armbands in mourning for those who have died in this senseless war. iraqmoratorium.org

SAT OCT 20 & SUN OCT 21
1-6pm • Free
A.G.A.S.T.: ANNUAL GOWANUS ARTISTS STUDIO TOUR. A self-guided tour of 140 artist studios along the Gowanus Canal. Maps can be picked up at a few studios along the route or downloaded from the organization’s website. info@agastbrooklyn.com • agastbrooklyn.com

SUN OCT 21
5pm • Free
MEETING: NYC ENCUENTRO FOR DIGNITY & AGAINST GENTRIFICATION for members and families of organizations fighting against gentrification. An evening of sharing, food & conversation to learn from one another’s efforts. Dinner, childcare, Sp/Eng translation. RSVP Location TBA • 212-561-0555 • movementforjusticeinelbarrio@yahoo.com

SUN OCT 28
12-4pm • Bring offerings for the altar
WORKSHOPS: DAY OF THE DEAD CELEBRATION. Join artists in creating paper decorations, sugar skulls and skeletons in celebration of the dead and the living. American Indian Community House, 11 Broadway, 2nd Fl • 212-431-1666

Next Issue: October 26.