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INDY EVENTS CALENDAR OCT 19-22

The Indypendent Oct 19, 2009

FRI OCT 16
4-6pm • Free
ACTION:  PICKET THREE NYC MILITARY RECRUITING STATIONS
Informational leafleting and picketing at Harlem, Lower Manhattan & Washington Heights military recruiting stations. Part of two days of anti-war actions.
76 W 125th St • 165 Chambers St • 560 W 181st St
acpollack2@juno.com

FRI OCT 16
8pm • $10-$15
FUNDRAISER: WATER PROM ON FIRE!
A party sponsored by Water Under Attack to raise money to protect local watersheds from gas drilling.
International WOW Haus
37 Grand Ave,3rd fl, Bk
waterunderattack.com

SAT OCT 17
1-3pm • Free
ACTION:  PROTEST LEV LEVIEV AND ISRAEL’S IMPRISONMENT OF MOHAMMED OTHMAN
Join Adalah-NY and the New York Campaign for the Boycott of Israel (NYCBI) for a protest at the Leviev store. Stand with the villages of Jayyous & Bil’in to say no to Leviev’s settlements and Israel’s imprisonment of Palestinian boycott activists.
Leviev Store
700 Madison Ave (btwn. 62nd & 63rd St.)
info@adalahny.org

SAT OCT 17
1 pm • Free
ACTION: WALK DON’T DESTROY 5
Help raise funds for the legal fight against Atlantic Yards. Sign in at Brooklyn Borough Hall from 1-2pm, then join the Grand Marshall for a 2.3 mile walk through downtown Brooklyn, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn’s crossroads, Prospect Heights, ending in Fort Greene.
developdontdestroy.org/walkathon

SAT OCT 17
8-10:30pm • $15 suggested, $10 for members
CONCERT:  THE HUMAN CONDITION
After a sold-out performance last October, the Human Condition returns to Peoples’ Voice. This year they will feature the original songwriting members of the band–Bev Grant, Mario Giacalone, Jerry Mitnick and Gene Hicks–performing some of their recent songs, in addition to performing some old favorites with band members Frank Negron, Rae Giugiliano, Chris Carter, Charles Mena, Mario Sen and others.
Community Church of NY Unitarian Universalist
40 E 35th St
peoplesvoicecafe.org • 212-787-3903

SUN OCT 18
4pm • Free
EVENT: DYKE KNITTING CIRCLE
Come in and knit, make new friends, drink some tea, and learn a craft at a self-help and member-led group event. The Dyke Knitting Circle is open to all levels of experience and meets each third Sunday of the month. Bring yarn and needles.
172 Allen St
bluestockings.com • dykeknitting@bluestockings.com for more information.

MON OCT 19
7pm • $5 suggested
WORKSHOP: TAMMY MARZIGLIANO “WORKPLACE SEXUAL HARASSMENT”
Join Tammy Marzigliano for a workshop about your legal rights and eliminating workplace harassment. Marzigliano is an attorney specializing in employment rights with a focus on sexual harassment and LGBTQ discrimination.
Bluestockings
172 Allen St
bluestockings.com • (212) 777-6028

TUES OCT 20
6:30pm • Free
DISCUSSION: TREE ACTIVISM IN NYC
MillionTreesNYC, a nonprofit dedicated to planting one million new trees across the city’s five boroughs by 2017, is hosting a talk on the physical and mental benefits of trees for New Yorkers.
Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Ave at 103rd St
milliontreesnyc.org

TUES OCT 20
7:00pm • Free
FILM SCREENING: BREAST CANCER, PATENTING AND YOUR CIVIL LIBERTIES
This film documents the ACLU’s fight against the patenting of feminine disease genes such as breast cancer—a practice that hinders cancer research.
Tribeca Cinemas
54 Varick St
nyclu.org

WED OCT 21
7pm • Free
READING: RANA HUSSEINI MURDER IN THE NAME OF HONOR
Join Jordanian journalist, feminist and human rights defender Rana Husseini for the release of Murder in the Name of Honor: The True Story of One Woman’s Fight Against an Unbelievable Crime. Husseini will discuss her book and tell the stories behind both high profile and unnoticed murders justified by the declaration of dishonor.
Bluestockings
172 Allen St
bluestockings.com • (212) 777-6028

THU OCT 22
4:30pm • Free
ACTION:  MARCH ON 14th NATIONAL DAY OF PROTEST TO STOP POLICE BRUTALITY, REPRESSION, AND THE CRIMINALIZATION OF A GENERATION
The march starts at Washington Square and will end at the LGBT Community Center at 208 W 13th St for a 6:30pm arts showcase, “Voices Against Police Brutality.”
Washington Square, west side of fountain
oct22ny@yahoo.com • 888-NO BRUTALITY

THU OCT 22
6:30pm • Free
DISCUSSION: UNITED WALKS OF LIFE: FIGHTING VIOLENCE AND HATE IN THE LGBT AND IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES
With recent hate crime incidents affecting immigrants and gay and lesbians in the news, the ACLU hosts a discussion on violence prevention.
Make the Road NY
92-10 Roosevelt Ave, Queens
nyclu.org

THU OCT 22
8pm • $12-$15
CONCERT/BENEFIT: HOMELAND HIP HOP II
Hear artists Invincible, Audiopharmacy, the Narcicyst, PEP Youth performers & DJ OJA.  Support and celebrate the partnership between Native and Palestinian artists and organizers. Sponsored by the Palestine Education Project.
Public Assembly
70 North 6th St, Bklyn
PublicAssemblyNYC@gmail.com  •  (718) 384-4586

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