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Compensation, Access, and Theft: Copyright in the 21st Century

Saturday, April 9th, 4:15pm
Judson Memorial Church (across from Washington Sq Park)
NYC Anarchist Book Fair

**AUDIO FROM THE EVENT (thanks to Dan V.)

Autonomedia publisher Jim Fleming
Craig O'Hara, co-founder of PM Press and the Tabling Tornados
Karl Fogel from Question Copyright
Radical Reference librarian Aliqae Geraci
Victoria Law, author of Resistance Behind Bars

Moderated by Melissa Morrone.

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!

Radical Librarian Drinks Potluck

Saturday, July 31, 7-11pm
Reanimation Library, Proteus Gowanus

The NYC collective of Radical Reference will host a social gathering at the Reanimation Library in Brooklyn on Saturday, July 31. It is meant to be a meet and greet for library workers and LIS students with far left politics. Radico-curious folks welcome!

Invitation to 3rd NYC Encuentro for Dignity & Against Displacement

Movement for Justice in El Barrio

RSVP by Monday, February 15th:
(212) 561-0555 or
childcare and English & Spanish translations provided

An echo that turns itself into many voices, into a network of voices that, before the deafness of power, opts to speak to itself, knowing itself to be one and many, acknowledging itself to be equal in its desire to listen and be listened to, recognizing itself as different in the tonalities and levels of voices forming it. A network of voices that resist the war that power wages on them.
– Words of the Zapatistas at the "First Intercontinental Encuentro for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism."

"Free as in what? A debate on open source vs. free culture" at Eyebeam 10/29/09

October 29, 2009
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Eyebeam - 540 W 21st Street, NYC

Free talk about the Google Books settlement

The Carbon Footprint of Print and Digital Media

APHA-New York presents:

Don Carli, "The Carbon Footprint of Print and Digital Media: Why you should care and what you can do about it"

Co-sponsored by the Rare Book & Manuscript Library of Columbia University.

Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2008, 6-7:30 p.m.
Butler Library, Room 523
Columbia University

Books Through Bars Bingo

Books Through Bars NYC (equipping the incarcerated with free reading material since the summer of '96!) is having its sometimes-annual "BINGO NIGHT!" to raise funds for our all-volunteer organization!

If you enjoy cheap beer and a good game of Bingo, come on out!
Admission is FREE, and only $1.00 per card to play!

Where: ABC No Rio (156 Rivington Street, LES)

When: Friday, November 7th, starting at 7:00PM

The Importance of Community Needs Assessment in Activist Work

Will be presented at the NYC Anarchist Book Fair
Saturday, April 12th 11:30 - 12:15 pm
Tamiment Library at NYU, 70 Washington Square South, 10th Floor

NYC Anarchist Book Fair 2008 Table Schedule

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