QUESTION: emma goldman birth control talk transcript/pamphlet

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Hi all. I have been reading more about and by Emma Goldman recently, and I have this serious desire to find out what she actually told people about birth control in her talks that landed her in jail. I haven't been able to track down that info. Looked in the birth control issue of Mother Earth, looked in Berkeley's Emma Goldman Papers, the Jewish Women's Archive, looked in Anarchy! an Anthology of Emma Goldman's Mother Earth Glassgold, Ed. Waiting for a response from the Labadie Collection at U Michigan.

I'd be really excited about either a talk transcript or one of the pamphlets that she distributed.

Thanks so much for any help!

Labadie Collection doesn't have anything : (

Reading list, books about/by women for community college students

Awhile back, we collaboratively came up with a recommended reading list for female students, noted on another Radical Reference page here: Feminist Books for Disadvantaged Female Students (and anyone else)....

The Commendable Melissa Morrone

QUESTION: 1833 map of London

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I'm looking for a version of this 1833 map of London ( that is large enough to print in detail. I believe this image is in the public domain, but can't find a high-res web copy.

QUESTION: federal subsidies to media giants

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Is there a list of federal subsidies to media giants/corporations?

QUESTION: Whole Foods

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Has Whole Foods Market ever committed to benefit a community or neighborhood (through a charitable donation, a community benefits package, etc.) surrounding one of its stores and failed to carry through with their commitment?

NYC Anarchist Bookfair Table Schedule 2011

We are sharing a table at the NYC Anarchist Bookfair on Saturday April 9 from 11-7 with the Barnard Library Zine Collection.

We'll need people to set up, table, and break down. Please sign up for a shift!

QUESTION: prison reading groups

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I'm looking for information regarding reading groups in prison. So far, I've been able to find some information about a group called Prison Reading Groups in the UK, but I'm wondering if there are any projects like that happening in the States?


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when is the best time to prune a tree?

QUESTION: Researching how particular years of journals are packaged and sold to academic institutions

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I've wondered this for ages, but now it seems quite personal. I found a citation for an article on 1960s student radicalism that is directly related to my research, but while it is hardly an esoteric journal and my school gives access to some years of it, this does not extend back far enough to do me any good. I'm curious why this would be the case. It is a history journal and my school offers graduate-level history programs. I suspect that it may be a consequence of how academic institutions subscribe to databases. Is access to a wide variety of journals bundled together and sold as a package to the schools? Dumb question. What I mean here, is how many options or levels of package do schools have available to them? Maybe I think too highly of those in charge of assessing student requirements at my own institution, but access to this particular journal just seems like such a no-brainer to me that I feel the school just must have a limited ability to dictate what they want. Any articles or writings on this subject would be of great value to me.

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