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Help the NYC AIDS Housing Network and Books Through Bars Rebuild!

I'm hoping that members of the greater Radical Reference community will consider sending some funds towards a local NYC group that, among other things, provides space for a books-to-prisoners group (with which I happen to be involved as well). Pass it on!

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Hello all -- This is a message from Books Through Bars, NYC's volunteer books-to-prisoners collective, about the recent fire and water damage at the New York City AIDS Housing Network, which has generously hosted us while we await ABC No Rio’s renovation.

2010 NYC Anarchist Book Fair planning meeting 10/6/09

Please spread the word!

(Radical Reference members have been part of the planning collective as well as presenters/facilitators of workshops since the first NYC Anarchist Book Fair took place in 2007.)

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Calling all anarchists, anti-authoritarian bookworms, brainy revolutionaries, creative autonomists, and anarcho-curious radicals!

2009 NYC Software Freedom Day

Radical Reference received an invitation to this NYC event:

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Open Source / Open Culture at Lime Labs

[email protected] presents "From Software to Everywhere"

Rad Ref members at LibCampNYC

LibCampNYC 2009, an "unconference" held for librarians in the New York City area, was held last week.

Proceedings of the First National Joint Conference of Librarians of Color now available

Going around the email lists is the announcement that the conference proceedings from the first Joint Conference of Librarians of Color (held in October 2006) are now online at www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/hall-erickson/jclc_2006conf/. Check it out!

NYC Radical Reference at the Really Really Free Market

Today was the second time that Rad Ref members have been present at the Really Really Free Market in NYC.

Upcoming NYC event -- Documenting Struggle: Three Radical New York City Archives

Our NYC event is less than a week away! All details are at radicalreference.info/radicalarchivesevent.

The Organic Industry

Dr. Philip Howard (Assistant Professor of Community, Agriculture, Recreation and Resource Studies at Michigan State University) maintains information graphics on the structure of the organic industry. Looks like a good resource for other researchers and activists, as well as regular consumers like you and me. Who owns what? Who's merged with whom? And more! (Thanks to the Park Slope Food Coop's "Linewaiters' Gazette" for recently reprinting one of these graphics.)

NYC Rad Ref discussion of book and library access to people in prison - Sunday, March 9

Ever really wanted something to read?

Ever thought about how people in prison and jail get books and magazines?

NYC Grassroots Media Conference - Sunday, March 2

Start getting ready -- the fifth annual NYC Grassroots Media Conference is coming up on Sunday, March 2, at Hunter College.

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