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Stop Waiting for Lefty 

Wednesday, Apr 30 2008
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The literary who's-who at "Strike! Igniting the Fuse of Possibility," includes accomplished and lauded poets like Jack Hirschman, Diane di Prima, and Michael McClure, as well as hard-to-label writers like Guillermo Gomez-Peña and Bucky Sinister. Then there's your standard amazing local authors such as Charlie Anders and Justin Chin, and finally, 23 other loudmouths. The occasion is May Day, the traditional International Workers Day, and the attitude is practical: How can regular people fight injustice? Thirty intellectuals give you three minutes each of their ideas about resistance to a phrase we've never heard before --"disaster capitalism." In light of the private armies and defense contractors freaking us out recently, though, the term makes perfect sense.
Thu., May 1, 7:30 p.m., 2008

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