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Anarchist Literature 

Wednesday, Mar 12 2014

You've just finished writing your short story, "My Landlord is an Algorithm," about futuristic Bay Area gentrification. And you said a lot of the things you wanted to say, but you feel like there's something more you could do. Or: You want to colonize the vacant lot down the street from your group home and turn it into a shared community garden space and/or open air art gallery-slash-print shop and weekend bicycle collective, but you're not quite sure how to feel about that, because colonization is bad, bicycles are good — you just really need to talk this out. Go to the Anarchist Book Fair (it's the 19th annual BAABF — it used to be held in San Francisco, but it's been priced out). With sessions on occupying farms, decolonization, defending oneself against surveillance, and a gentrification forum, you will have ample opportunity to voice your concerns and opinions, hear from others, and most importantly, get that collective momentum going so that things can happen.

Sat., March 22, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., 2014

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