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New Rad Ref flyer text - Beta

UPDATE:The new version of the flyer (in English and Spanish) is posted here.

ALA endorses Prisoners' Right to Read

Know Your Rights youth training July 18

Youth Alert! Save the Dates & Maybe Save a Life from Being Taken by the NYPD

Saturday, July 17th & Sunday, July 18th
1:00pm - 4:00pm SHARP!
Maysles Cinema
343 Malcolm X Boulevard/Lenox Avenue (bet. 127th & 128th Streets)
Panthershepcat@aol.com (212) 654-5008 (212) 582-6050
Free Admission For All (13-23) Aged Youth
$10.00 Suggested Donation For Adults
(No one turned away for the lack of funds)

moving to a new server

We have moved to a new server. Please let us know if you discover anything funky: nyc@radicalreference.info.

Shelf Life: Deaccession, Reanimation, and the Social Justice Implications of Library Discards

May 24, 2010
Brecht Forum
451 West Street (between Bank & Bethune)
7:30pm
$6-10 sliding scale, no one turned away for inability to pay

Featuring presentations by Julia Weist, Public Library of American Public Library Deaccession and Andrew Beccone, Reanimation Library with a group discussion afterward, moderated by Emily Drabinski.

New Texas RR Collective

I'm really excited to start a new collective in Texas!

No more Scroogle?

I am a religious scroogle user, a program that sits on top of Google allowing your searches to go unrecorded and unobserved by Google.

Reforma Toolkit

Reforma has put together a toolkit for librarians for responding to anti immigrant sentiments. Find it HERE.

Copy/Right(?): A Saturday Symposium

I thought Rad Reffies may be interested in this event:

ASIST @ Pratt is proud to present Copy/Right(?):
A Saturday Symposium
, slated to take place on Saturday, May 1,
2010 at 1:00 PM in Room 609 at
the Pratt Manhattan Campus (144 West 14th Street on the
6th floor).
All are welcome; attendees not affiliated with Pratt must RSVP
to asist@pratt.edu by Thursday, April
29 in order to gain security clearance.

Next Monday: "Documenting Struggle Redux: Radical New York City Archives" at the Brecht Forum

Radical Reference presents a second evening about how community history is documented and celebrated, with the Lesbian Herstory Archives and the Lower East Side Squatter-Homesteader Archive Project. Archivists and activists will present parts of their collections and discuss how their work keeps the struggle alive.

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