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Anarchist Bookfair 2010 – Day Two | Golden Gate Park

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Sunday, March 14, 2010 - 11:00 am to 5:00 pm | Cost: FREE

Event Details

Anarchists, socialists, card-carrying members of the ACLU, terrorists and assorted ne’erdowells will descend on the SF County Fair Building, in Golden Gate Park for the 15th Annual Anarchist Book Fair.

The free two-day event features  lots of vendors (booksellers, distributors, independent presses and political groups, from the local area, the west coast and North America)  displaying books, pamphlets, zines, art, information and other interesting stuff – plus an art show, free bike valet parking and over 30 different speakers teaching you about everything from obscenity laws to gay liberation.

15th Annual Anarchist Book Fair

Saturday and Sunday
March 13, 2010 (10am-6pm)
March 14, 2010 (11am-5pm)

SF County Fair Building
Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way
Golden Gate Park

Schedule of Speakers in Auditorium

SUNDAY-AUDITORIUM

11am-Cindy Milstein, Anarchism and Its Aspirations
11.30am-Matt Hern
12pm-Keith McHenry
12:30-Penelope Rosemont
1pm-Kristian Williams – Oscar Wilde
1:30-Patrick Reinsborough – Reimagining Change
2pm-Owen Hill – The Incredible Double
2:30-Terry Bisson – The Left Left Behind
3pm-Cal Winslow – Labor’s Civil War In California
3:30-John Curl – For All The People
4pm-Ward Churchill

Schedule of Panel Discussions in Cafe

CAFE SUNDAY
11am-Challenging the family unit and getting real about social change
12pm-My Baby Rides The Shortbus, with Sarah Talbot and Yantra Bertelli
1pm-Socially Engaged Printmaking Today with Josh Macphee et al
2pm-Prospects For Winning In An Age Of Crisis (editors of Turbulence & Spectre, plus Andrej Grubajic)
3pm-Radical Education Panel: Occupations, Strikes & Alternatives
4pm-Labor Wars/Union Organizing

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Cost: FREE
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