Fri., May 29
(Boston) Protest John Kerry with UMASS Boston Students Against Occupation at the UMASS Boston Commencement. John Kerry supports the Israeli Occupation of Palestine and the apartheid wall! 3p.m., on the Campus Center front lawn, UMASS Boston, 100 Morrissey Boulevard. We are meeting at the UMASS Boston Campus Center entrance.

Wed., June 3 - Sat., June 6
(Pittsburgh) Working Class Studies History Conference. Of special note, June 5 panels: "New Frontiers in Anarchist History" and "Anarchist Theory Past and Present." June 6 panels: "History of Anarchism" and "Anarchist History: An Appreciation of the Life, Work and Legacy of Paul Avrich (1931- 2006)."

Thurs., June 4
(Cambridge, MA) No Layoffs Campaign pickets Harvard students' commencement. Harvard isn't broke, they shouldn't be laying off workers! Meet at noon at the Holyoke Center, 1350 Mass Ave.

Sat., June 6
(Pittsburgh) McKees Rocks Strike Centennial Panel Discussion, 10 a.m. Ryan Arts Center, McKees Rocks, Penn. John Makar will represent the McKees Rocks Historical Society. Evan Wolfson will represent the Pittsburgh General Membership Branch of the IWW. Many other exciting and knowledgeable presenters.

(Ontario) Common Cause presents Hamilton's 2nd Annual Anarchist Bookfair. 10a.m. - 4p.m. Westdale High School 700 Main St. West, Hamilton, ON. Free lunch by Food Not Bombs. Free child care provided. Confirmed workshops include: Life Under Occupation -- with Jamila Ghaddar (Palestinian Human Rights Activist) and Tom Keefer (Non- Native activist organizing in the Six Nations struggle).

(Boston) Anarchist picnic and reading group. Join BAAM, NEFAC Boston and the Sacco and Vanzetti Commemoration Society at 1p.m. at the Jamaica Plain Arboretum. Picnic and reading group from 1-3p.m. Games and sports from 3-5p.m.

(Allentown, PA) Demonstration against the Dept. of Homeland Security Act. The presence of Bush's Dept. of Homeland Security sets precedent for tortured confessions, esp. of politcal prisoners such as Herman Bell and Jalil Bottom (Muntaquim) of the San Francisco 8. At 5th St. & Hamilton St. in front of the federal building. 2p.m. - 6p.m.

Thurs., June 11 - Sat., June 13
(Philadelphia) Trans Health Conference, Different Paths, One Journey.

Sat., June 13 - Sat., Aug. 15
(Syracuse) THE POWER OF REVOLT: Grassroots Resistance in Oaxaca. Exhibit of photographs from the Oaxaca, Mexico resistance movement. Film screenings, panel discussions and presentation from Solidarity Without Borders 2008 Mexico Delegation will accompany exhibit. ArtRage Gallery, Syracuse (505 Hawley Ave.), opening reception Sat., June 13, 7-9p.m.

Sat., June 20
(Pittsburgh) Really Really Free Market. Allegheny Commons in the North Side, rain or shine, noon to 5 p.m.

Wed., July 8 - Fri., July 10
G8 Summit in Italy, solidarity protests worldwide.

Mon., July 20 - Sun., July 26
(Pittsburgh) CrimethInc. Convergence.

Wed., July 15
Nor'easter #6 Deadline
Issue #6 of The Nor'easter, Fall 2009, will tentatively be released in late August. Contact the Nor'easter Collective to pitch a story by July 15. Event submission deadline is August 15.

Sat., Aug. 1
(Pittsburgh) POG Fifth Annual Anarchist Picnic. 1p.m. to 6p.m. Overlook Shelter, Schenley Park. Pittsburgh Organizing Group pog {at}

Thurs., Aug. 6
(Philadelphia) 2009 Northeast APOC Summer Conference. Details TBA. Conference will be geared more toward Radical People of Color (with anti-authoritarian tendencies) in the Northeastern part of the United States of America, but all other interested RADPOC are welcome.

Sat., Aug. 22
(Pittsburgh) Centennial of "Bloody Sunday." 11 a.m. Memorial March from the Bottoms to Presston (McKees Rocks) -- march with the Pittsburgh IWW! Noon: Dedication of State Historical Marker. 1 p.m. Community Potluck with music by Mike Stout and The Human Union.

Sun., Aug. 23
(Boston) Sacco and Vanzetti Memorial March. Join the Sacco and Vanzetti Commemoration Society for the forth annual march to remember the fallen Italian anarchist workers, and to continue their struggle for revolution. No Deportations, No State Repression!

Last Saturday of Every Month
(Allston, MA) Really, Really Free Market in Ringer Park.

Every Saturday
(Philly)The People's Movie Night, Wooden Shoe Books 508 S. 5th St. Philadelphia, PA 19147 215-413-0999 sabot {at}

Every Friday
(Ithaca) Intro To (A)narchist Studies 101. 6 p.m. @ Silent City Distro. Curious about Anarchism? This is the place for you. Every week we read short articles, chapters or 'zines as a group and have discussion. In the most simplistic definition, Anarchism means no government. This is a class where we explore the vast realm of anarchist studies. Theory, history, action, folklore, art, etc...

Every Sunday
(Ithaca) Radical Reading Circle. 6 p.m. @ Silent City Distro. Every Sunday a group gathers at the Distro Zine Library space to discuss the latest book or 'zine. Herbal Teas are provided. Dress your Sunday best!

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