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Teen Angst & Library Horror: a Benefit for Radical Reference

TEEN ANGST & LIBRARY HORROR
a benefit for
Radical Reference

Fri., July 25, 2008, 7:30 pm - 11 pm
ABC No Rio - 156 Rivington St, NYC

DrupalCampNYC4

It's Drupal BarCamp time, once again in NYC.

March 29 & 30, 2008
Polytechnic University
Six MetroTech Center, BKNY
FREE + last year they gave you lunch and a t-shirt

Google and Libraries: an International Conference

GMC working page

February 22, 2008

Please fill your name in (or ask me to) if you are willing and able to table. We need two people per slot. Put a note after the 6pm sign-up if your availability is flexible.

August 2007 meeting minutes

Sunday, 2007-08-26, community garden in Hell's Kitchen, W. 48th St. between 9th and 10th Aves

Attending: Gretchen, Alycia, John, Melissa M., Melissa G.,
Shannon, Meg, Jonathan, Jenna, Julie

1. Tenant resources workshop – Melissa G. is organizing. Space and time being confirmed, and Melissa G. will post to list. Most likely will not be officially co-sponsored by Radref depending on space, but RR volunteers plan to attend to be trained.

July 2007 meeting minutes

Sunday, July 29, 2007 5pm. NYCAHN office, Brooklyn.

In attendance: Emily, Jenna, Jonathan, Melissa
Regrets due to traffic or weather: Alycia, John, Susie

RNC Guide Back Online!

The RNC Guide from Republican National Convention protests in New York City in August/September 2004 is back online! This is the first project Radical Reference librarians worked on as members of Radical Reference. We're between the mechanics and the hustlers in the credits.

New York City Radical Reference Collective

Who We Are (and When/Where We Meet)

The New York City branch of the activist collective Radical Reference is an assortment of information workers in the New York City area dedicated to critical engagement with issues surrounding the intersection of information and social justice. We have done street reference during the 2004 Republican National Convention and other demonstrations, and we offer free workshops on topics like fact-checking and online research. Follow us on Twitter to be kept up-to-date on our activities.

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