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Where To Find Our Publications

Where to Find Northeastern Anarchist around the world.

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** GENERAL DISTRIBUTION **

AK Press Distribution
674-A 23rd Street
Oakland, CA 94612
website: www.akpress.org

Ubiquity Distributor Inc
607 Degraw St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
tel: (718) 875-5491
website: www.ubiquitymags.com

DISTRIBUTION IN CANADA
Common Cause
P.O. Box 347, Station E
772 Dovercourt Rd.
Toronto, ON, Canada,
M6H 4E3
email: mick[at]nefac.net

IWW / Black Rose Study Group -- Fight 4 $15

IWW / Black Rose Study Group -- Fight 4 $15
Sun, April 6, 1pm – 3pm

Join us to discuss the Fight for $15, fast food and other service workers' organizing efforts, and the potential role of radicals. Please bring friends and coworkers.

Radicalizing Reality Forum: Resisting Walls & Bars

Saturday March 1 2014
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Community Church of Boston
565 Boylston Street, Copley Square, Boston, MA
617-356-ROSA (7672)
rosanegra.boston@gmail.com
Facebook Event Page

Wheelchair Accessible / Childcare & Spanish Interpretation Upon Request

Interview with La Alzada - Acción Feminista Libertaria

By Lyudmila

“The hallmark of La Alzada, unlike other feminist spaces, it was initially designed as an organization that conceives feminist work from concrete practice.”

Radicalizing Reality Forum: Resisting Walls & Bars

Saturday, November 16th
6-8:00PM (Followed by social)
Community Church of Boston
565 Boylston Street, Copley Square, Boston, MA
Facebook Event

Fast Food Strikes Study Group (Boston)

Study Group: Fast Food Workers, Recent Strikes, and "Alternative" Labor


Photo: Jenny Brown Originally posted on Labor Notes

Saturday September 21st: 6-8 PM
Community Church of Boston
565 Boylston Street, Boston, MA (Copley Square)

This Summer, fast food workers across the country have launched strikes and pushed for unions and better jobs. SEIU has played a large role in this movement, utilizing a "new" or "alternative" labor model, supporting smaller, independent workers' initiatives, organizing symbolic strikes, and pushing for a higher national minimum wage. Locally, workers at Insomnia Cookies recently launched a strike and joined the Industrial Workers of the World.

Care + Struggle Study Group (Boston)

Care + Struggle Reading Group
Saturday, June 15th
6:00PM
Community Church of Boston
565 Boylston St, Boston, MA
Facebook Event

Turkey: Yesterday & Today


Turkey: Yesterday & Today
by Gun Zileli & Ilhan Tekin

A brief Political History of Turkey
Second Edition (1994)

Originally published by Karambol Publications (London)

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Care + Struggle Reading Group (Boston)

Care + Struggle Reading Group

Saturday, May 18th
6:00PM
Community Church of Boston
565 Boylston St, Boston, MA

Topic this month: The Politics of Women and Health: how gender inequality serves capital and state control. We'll be reading several articles describing the lack of access to healthcare, mistreatment by medical institutions, and forced treatment (psychiatric and reproductive) that affect women, paying attention to the similar and different forms of oppression experienced by women who are from the dominant culture and those who are from minority communities or developing countries. Drawing upon insights from previous readings, such as Caliban and the Witch, we'll speculate on how such maltreatment benefits capital and the state.

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