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The Indypedent Sep 16, 2011

5:30pm • Free
RALLY: EMERGENCY RALLY TO STOP THE EXECUTION OF TROY DAVIS. Protest to demand that the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles commute Troy Davis’ death sentence.
Union Square
212-633-4215 •

7-11pm • $5 sugg
EVENT: ART FOR CHANGE PRESENTS NOCHE CLANDESTINA. Celebrate the role underground art and social movements played throughout history with featuring local artists Mari Fue, Jazebel Jade (from Brown Girl’s Burlesque), Katalay, Maria Rivas and Alicia Anabel Santos.
1699 Lexington Ave, Lower Level
917-951-9924 •


1-4pm • Free w RSVP
STRATEGY SESSION: COUNTERING MILITARY RECRUITMENT IN NEW YORK SCHOOLS. A review of New York City laws that restrict military recruiting in schools with a special focus on how to enforce and defend these laws.
Judson Memorial Church Community Room, 239 Thompson St.

1-5pm • Free
SOCIALISM CONFERENCE: BUILDING THE MOVEMENT WE NEED FOR THE SOCIETY WE DESERVE. Panels on anti-war and student organizing, as well as the recent imperialist attacks in Africa.
Julia de Burgos Cultural Center • 1680 Lexington Ave • 212-694-8762

3-5pm • Free
EVENT: OCCUPY WALL STREET GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Discuss the goals, direction of the Occupy Wall Street movement in an open, participatory and horizontally organized process.
Corner of Pine St. and Williams St.

11am-5pm • Free
STREET FAIR: FLATBUSH FROLIC. This annual street fair features music, games, food, arts and crafts.
Cortelyou Rd bw Coney Island Ave and Ocean Ave

5-6pm • Free
EVENT: LIVING IN TRANSITION: THE POLITICS OF POPULAR MUSIC IN CUBA. Join Nora Gamez in exploring the recent music and culture of Cuba.
612 West 116th Street, Room 201

7-9pm • Free w RSVP
EVENT: FEEDING HOPE: LIVING DEMOCRACY. Learn about the food justice movement and celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Small Planet Fund.
The Great Hall, 7 E. 7th Street

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