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“Any movement that fails to support its political internees is a sham movement” Ojore Lutalo

 

 

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Move Marie letter writing April 14@Ink Annex in EurekaCome hang out, share food, and send a letter to the Director of the Bureau of Prisons to request that political prisoner Marie Mason is transferred to a lower security prison closer to her family.

We will also be writing letters to prisoners with April birthdays.

Marie Mason is a mother, musician, and organizer sentenced to 22 years in prison, the longest of any environmental activist. Marie is an icon of the “Green Scare,” a campaign of surveillance, infiltration, and entrapment enacted by the federal government to repress environmental activism.

Come write letters for Marie at the Ink Annex (47 W 3rd St – enter through 3rd Street alley behind Co-op) in Eureka from 7:00 to 9:00 pm on Monday April 14th.

Marie Mason

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On Thursday, Feb 13th the Ink Annex will host a workshop and discussion on confronting sexual violence.

We will be sharing tools and resources that will help empower participants to support loved ones who have survived sexual assault.

Topics include definition of terms, identifying silencing behaviors, supporting survivors in the short and long term, why sexual assault is a community-wide issue, holding perpetrators accountable, and further reading (print-outs available).

Whether or not you have experienced sexual abuse personally, the information in this workshop will help you to act as an ally to survivors of sexual assault.

The workshop will be on Thursday, February 13th from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at the Ink Annex in Eureka.

The Ink Annex is located at 47 W 3rd St, through the 3rd St alley behind the Eureka Co-op.

A light meal, snacks and tea will be served.

Workshop is Thursday Feb 13 from 6 to 9 pm at Ink Annex in Eureka

Workshop is Thursday Feb 13 from 6 to 9 pm at Ink Annex in Eureka

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The Humboldt Anarchist Bookfair (1611 Peninsula Dr, Manila, CA) on Saturday December 14th features a full day of workshops on a variety of topics, guest speakers, and great deals on independent and hard-to-find books and zines. Bring your kids to play at the Kid’s Corner and enjoy some delicious local food while meeting people who are working to make our community and the world a more revolutionary place.

6th Humboldt Anarchist Bookfair

 

The 6th Humboldt Anarchist Bookfair on Saturday December 14th is tomorrow! Here’s a sneak peek of some of the authors who will be speaking at this awesome event:
West of Eden: Communes and Utopia in Northern California

Iain Boal is author of *West of Eden: Communes and Utopia in Northern California,” a book that explores the deep historical roots of collective life on rural communes of Mendocino and Sonoma, as well as communal households of the Black Panthers in Oakland, and the Native American occupation of Alcatraz

 

 

Catastrophism: The Apocalyptic Politics of Collapse and Rebirth

James Davis is an Irish writer and film maker based in California. He is co-author of “Catastrophism,” a book that explores the politics of apocalypse on the left and right—and examines why the lens of catastrophe can distort our understanding of the dynamics at the heart of these numerous disasters—and fatally impede our ability to transform the world. His documentary films include Meeting Room, Safety Orange, and Autonomy and a Song.

Radical Mycology

 

Peter McCoy is co-founder of Radical Mycology, a movement and social philosophy based on accessibly teaching the importance of mushrooms and other fungi for personal, societal, and ecological health.

Radical Mycology is based on the belief that the lifecycles of fungi and their interactions in nature serve as powerful learning tools for how humans can best relate to each other and steward the world they live in.

Check out this video for more info, or click here for Radical Mycology’s introductory zine.

Booksellers and organizations that will be at the Humboldt Anarchist Bookfair include:

  • PM Press
  • AK Press
  • Slingshot Magazine/Organizer
  • People’s Action for Rights and Community
  • Women’s Resource Center
  • Rhizome Infoshop
  • Arcata Pirate Radio
  • Greenfuse
  • Black Riders Liberation Party
  • Industrial Workers of the World
  • Raven Project
  • Redwood Curtain Copwatch
  • Food Not Bombs
  • Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence
  • Giant Squid Print Collective
  • Community Bike Kitchen (bring your bike and learn to fix it!)
  • Emma Center
  • Little Black Cart
  • Sacramento Prisoner Support

Here’s the workshop schedule:

Workshop Room 1 Workshop Room 2
12:00 pm Ninason: Yurok Special Places with Jene        McCovey:   Yurok Elder speaks about Yurok tradition, ceremony, and special places 12:00 pm Sacramento Prisoner Support: Marie Mason and Eric McDavid update, and how to more effectively grow a culture of resistance that can breach the prison walls and sustain the activist community long term
1:00 pm Radical Mycology with Peter McCoy: Rad. Mycology is a movement and social philosophy based on teaching the importance of mushrooms and other fungi for personal, societal, and ecological health 1:00 pm Building Solidarity for Prisoners’ Struggle to End Torture in CA Prisons: Learn about the historic Pelican Bay hunger strike that spread across California as part of the strugge to end long-term solitary confinement and how you can show solidarity with the prison abolition movement
2:00 pm Radical Mycology (continued) is based on the belief that the lifecycles of fungi and their interaction in nature serve as powerful learning tools for how humans can best relate to each other and steward the world they live in 2:00 pm Dismantling Patriarchy discussion: All are welcome to a discussion on the powerful impacts of patriarchy and what changes we can make in our communities and selves to confront gender-based oppression. Facilitators: Women’s Reource Center and others
3:00 pm Organized Labor panel: IWW members and local Eureka waterfront, nursing, construction and grocery workers discuss experiences working and organizing on the job
4:00 pm Regional Earth Defense panel: discussion with Umatilla megaload anti-fracking acitvists, Cascadia Forest Defense, Will and Warbler from Little Lake Valley (threatened by Willits Bypass), and local Strawberry Rock tree-sitters from Trinidad. Bring some questions for Q+A! 4:00 pm West of Eden: Communes and Utopia in Northern California with author Iain Boal explores the deep historical roots of collective life on rural communes of Mendocino and Sonoma, as well as communal households of the Black Panthers in Oakland, and the Native American occupation of Alcatraz
5:00 pm Catastrophism: The Apocalyptic Politics of Collapse and Rebirth with author James Davis: explores the politics of apocalypse–on the left and right, in the environmental movement–and examines why the lens of catastrophe can distort our understanding of the dynamics at the heart of there numerous disasters–and fatally impede our ability to transform the world. 5:00 pm Black Riders Liberation Party from Oakland shows documentary “Let Em Hear Ya Comin,” which highlights the tactic of Confrontational Politics as used by the Black Riders

FREE TO ALL! Please donate generously.

P.S. We’re gonna smash a symbol of patriarchal oppression at the Afterparty at the Ink Annex in Eureka.

Bus times: Departs Arcata 9:20 am. Next bus leaves Manila to Arcata at 6:15 pm. Departs 5th and D Eureka @ 9:48 am, leaves manila to Eureka at 5:30 pm.

From Eureka: Take 255/Samoa Bridge and go right towards Arcata. Turn Left on Peninsula Drive, Manila Community Center is .5 miles on your left

From Arcata: Go south on 255/Samoa Blvd for 3 miles. After you pass Lupin, take a right on Pacific Ave (becomes Peninsula Dr). Manila Community Center will be on your right

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On Wednesday Dec 11th, come slam root beer floats and watch funny movies in preparation for the Humboldt Anarchist Bookfair, which is on Sat Dec 14.

$3 root beer floats all around for folks starting Wednesday December 11th at 7 pm at the Ink Annex (47 B W 3rd St, through alleyway behind Eureka Co-op).

Then the crowd will vote on what movie to watch, followed by an open mic for poetry, music, and performance.

A great way to meet people and support the Anarchist Bookfair, a day long event with free workshops and independent booksellers with a variety of rare political titles. Free food and childcare all day! An excellent day for the radical activist community in Humboldt and beyond.

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