Boston Collective & Simmons College PLG at the Boston Anarchist Bookfair

10am - 6pm, Saturday & Sunday, Nov. 12-13

QUESTION: US positions leading up to Rio+2-

question / pregunta: 

Where would I be able to find information on the official positions and progressive critique(s) of the positions that the United States has taken or plans to take relative to the upcoming Rio+20 summit?

QUESTION: public opinion, social movements, economic crisis

question / pregunta: 

Hello! I am trying to find good sources of polling data on American Public Opinion and public opinion in other countries related to 1) the economic/financial crisis and/or 2) the movements that are springing up in response to them, e.g. Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, Tea Party, etc. Thank you!

QUESTION: Bay of Pigs,

question / pregunta: 

What did congress know about this invasion

QUESTION: sustainable and renewable building materials

question / pregunta: 

Why aren't sustainable and renewable building materials like; straw, hemp and bamboo, used more often in low income housing?

The Freedom Trail on Trial: Resources for the Urbano Project

More information about the Urbano Project & The Freedom Trail on Trial here:
http://urbanoproject.org/artistsProjects.php

Library Established at Occupy Boston

Metacomet Books, in collaboration with the Boston Radical Reference Collective and the Simmons Progressive Librarians Guild, has established a new, leaderless, collective library at the Occupy Boston

Democratic Decision-making Resources

Anonymous. Revolution : a how-to. Retrieved 2011-10-15.

Avery, Michel, et al. Building United Judgement: A Handbook for Consensus Decision Making. Madison, Wisc.: Centre for Conflict Resolution, 1981. Print.

Bruneau, Richard. Participatory Decision-Making in a Cross-Cultural Context. Canada World Youth, 2003. Archived from the original on September 27, 2007. Retrieved 2011-10-13.

Butler, C T. L, and Amy Rothstein. On Conflict and Consensus: A Handbook on Formal Consensus Decisionmaking. Portland, ME: Food Not Bombs, 1991. Retrieved 2011-10-12.

Rad Ref at Occupy Wall Street : one report back

Last night 8-10 members and friends of Rad Ref NYC visited the People's Library at the Wall Street Occupation. We helped process books for the library, which Library Journal says is growing at 30-50 books per day.


That's Alycia on the left, an OWS Librarian in the middle, I think Lauren on the right, and my hands on the bottom right.

Rad Ref @ Occupy Wall Street

The NYC Radical Reference collective will be meeting at the People's Library at Zuccotti Park Friday, October 7th at 6pm in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement. We'll be doing street reference, and helping the library and the people as are able.

Join us!

Please bring plastic tubs for the library and sleeping bags, blankets, warm clothes and love for the folks of Occupy Wall Street.

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