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New York: Water Is Life: No Dakota Access Pipeline

January 06, 2017 at Chashama 266W 37Th St in New York.

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#NoDAPL | Jamie Emerson

January 6 – 27, 2017
On view 24/7, through storefront window.
Opening Reception: Friday, January 6, 6-9pm
Closing Reception: Friday, January 27, 7-10pm

Please note: the gate will be down (i.e. the exhibit will not be viewable), on nights when the temperature falls below freezing.

#NoDAPL presents art, artifacts, and supportive media regarding the Indigenous resistance to the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline planned to cut through the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota.

The drawings, paintings, and artifacts presented were created from life during the month of September 2016, when the artist lived at the Oceti Sakowin camp at Standing Rock.

266 W 37th Street
New York, NY
(between 7th and 8th ave.)

Nearest Trains: A, C, E, 1, 2, 3

In early 2016, the US Army Corps of Engineers approved the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL). The pipeline is 1,172 miles long project that would carry crude oil from the Bakken region of North Dakota across four states, crossing underneath the Missouri River over the Ogallala Aquifer. By December 2016, more than 10,000 people from over 300 tribal nations had gathered at Standing Rock.

About the Artist
Jamie Emerson is a mixed media artist whose work focuses on interpersonal dynamics, the relationship of humans to their surroundings, and the connections between money, politics, and enduring cultural practices.

Jamie’s large scale public sculpture “Bridge” is currently installed in Riverside Park South in Manhattan. In September of 2016, Jamie lived on the Standing Rock Reservation in ND, to standing with water protectors and documenting the #NoDAPL struggle. His work has appeared in At The Edge Magazine, Untapped Cities, and the West Side Rag. He currently works and lives in New York.

For more info, e-mail: jamboe65@gmail.com

Address: 266 W 37th St, New York
Water Is Life: No Dakota Access Pipeline

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New York: Senator Bernie Sanders at Cooper Union

December 13, 2016 at Cooper Union, Great Hall in New York.

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Join the longest-serving independent in American congressional history, Senator from Vermont and recent presidential candidate Bernie Sanders as he discusses his career and the future of American politics as reflected in his recent best-selling book, Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In.

Admission Options: Tickets to this event are $30 and include a copy of Our Revolution. A limited and random number of copies will be signed. Payment is required for online orders at time of purchase. This event will take place at the Great Hall Cooper Union, located at 7 E 7th St, New York, NY 10003.

FAQ
-Ticketing and Seating
Tickets are available for purchase online or over the phone. All tickets are general admission, one seat per person. Seating will be on a first come, first served basis. Each ticket includes one copy of Our Revolution. Tickets and books are available ONE per person. One ticket=one seat=one book. If we don’t sell out before the event, tickets/books will be available at the door.

-How do I check in at the event?
Bring your order confirmation email in print or digital form and your order number to the Great Hall at Cooper Union at the time of the event. You will be checked in by name, and receive your book and admission at that time and place.

-Can I photograph or record the event?
Photography and video recording are not permitted at the event.

-Will there be a meet and greet portion of the event?
There will not.

-Will the Senator sign my book?
He will not.

-Will my copy of “Our Revolution” be signed when receive it at the event?
A limited number signed copies will be available. They will be distributed at random and NOT to the first attendees.

Address: 7 E 7th St, New York
Senator Bernie Sanders at Cooper Union

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New York: We Won’t Back Down: Fightfor15 National Day of Disruption NYC

November 29, 2016 at Zuccotti Park in New York.

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The fight for justice for ALL workers goes beyond one elected official or election day.

We’re ready to take to the streets, raise our voices, hold corporations accountable, and say WE WONT BACK DOWN!

We reject attempts to tear America apart by race, ethnicity, and gender. We will fight against any efforts to block wage increases, gut worker’s rights, deport immigrants, or cut our health care.

Over the last four years, the Fight for $15 has inspired workers to come together and change the politics of this country around wages. We’ve won raises for 22 million Americans, including 10 million who are on a path to $15, but we can’t stop and we won’t stop fighting until all of us win $15/hr and has union rights.

Address: Broadway & Liberty Street, New York
We Won

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Hogansburg: Draft 2017 Annual Tribal Budget Presentation

November 15, 2016 at Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe in Hogansburg.

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In accordance with the Tribal Procedures Act adopted by referendum on June 1, 2013; the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Council shall provide financial accountability by holding a presentation and explanation to the membership on the Annual Tribal Budget. The Tribal Council has announced a presentation of the Draft 2017 Annual Tribal Budget will take place at a public meeting to be held in the Community Building Lobby. In advance of the Kentenhkó:wa/November 15th budget presentation, tribal members can obtain a copy of the Draft 2017 Annual Tribal Budget to review. Copies are available to pick-up from the main reception desk located in the Community Building Lobby beginning on Kentenhkó:wa/November 1st.

Address: 412 State Route 37, Hogansburg
Draft 2017 Annual Tribal Budget Presentation

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Ithaca: Beyoncé’s Lemonade w/ faculty panel discussion

September 22, 2016 at Cornell Cinema in Ithaca.

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Free only with ticket in advance from the Willard Straight Resource Center, starting Mon Sept 19 at 10am

The Aesthetics and Style of Race, Gender and Politics: Beyoncé’s Lemonade

Join us for a free screening of Beyoncé’s hour-long visual album, LEMONADE, followed by a panel of featuring four Cornell faculty women of color: Oneka LaBennett, Noliwe Rooks, Samantha Sheppard and Dehanza Rogers.

LEMONADE is a rapturous tour-de-force of the personal and the political with directorial work from Jonas Åkerlund, Kahlil Joseph, Melina Matsoukas, Dikayl Rimmasch, Mark Romanek, Todd Tourso, and Beyoncé herself, work that has drawn comparisons to Julie Dash’s 1991 masterpiece DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST as well as artist Pipilotti Rist’s installation Ever is Over All, among others.

The presentation is cosponsored with the Africana Studies & Research Center, the Feminist, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program and the American Studies Program.

Address: 104 Willard Straight Hall, Ithaca
Beyoncé’s Lemonade w/ faculty panel discussion

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Brooklyn: Foucault and the Iranian Revolution

September 09, 2016 at The Brooklyn Commons in Brooklyn.

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Revisiting Foucault and the Iranian Revolution in the Era of ISIS and of Islamophobia

Janet Afary and Kevin B. Anderson

We will discuss in light of today our 2005 book on Foucault and the Iranian Revolution of 1978-79. His fervent opposition to the Shah and US imperialism and his astute assessment of Iran as a new type of revolution, neither liberal nor leftist, were marred by a surprisingly uncritical stance toward the upsurge of radical Islamism and an untoward silence on the issues of gender and sexuality. We also discuss Marxist and feminist critiques of Foucault at the time, and their implications for today.

Janet Afary and Kevin B. Anderson are the authors of Foucault and the Iranian Revolution: Gender and the Seductions of Islamism. They teach at University of California, Santa Barbara, in sociology and religious studies, respectively. Afary is also the author of Sexual Politics in Modern Iran (2009) and Anderson of Marx at the Margins (2010).

Address: 388 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn
Foucault and the Iranian Revolution

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Hogansburg: 2016 Annual Tribal Budget Mid-Year Report

August 30, 2016 at Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe in Hogansburg.

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In accordance with the Tribal Procedures Act, adopted by referendum on Ohiarí:ha/June 1, 2013; the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe shall ensure financial accountability by presenting a mid-year report on the Approved Annual Tribal Budget. The Tribe is pleased to do so and has scheduled a public meeting to be held on Seskéha /August 30, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. to provide membership with a report on all tribal revenues and expenditures to date for the current fiscal year. The meeting will be held in the lobby of the Community Building; located at 412 State Route 37 in Akwesasne, New York; and all tribal members are welcomed and encouraged to attend.

Address: 412 State Route 37, Hogansburg
2016 Annual Tribal Budget Mid-Year Report

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Rochester: The Presstitutes

July 07, 2016 at MuCCC in Rochester.

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Thursday, the 7th, at 7:30pm
Friday, the 8th, at 7:30pm
Saturday, the 9th, at 7:30pm
Sunday, the 10th, at 1:00pm

Students & Seniors: $10 in advance or $15 at the door
Adults: $15 in advance or $20 at the door

For tickets, visit MuCCC.org or call (585) 727-1373, and for more information visit us at EveryonesTheatre.com

“The Presstitutes” by D&C columnist and reporter David Andreatta
Directed by Jeff Moon.

The Presstitutes, developed with the help of Geva Theatre Center, is a farce about the staff of a dying newspaper in Western NY, and the gubernatorial campaign of a dark horse politician, each striving for relevancy. Join us for a humorous and stark commentary on the state of journalism and politics in contemporary America.

CAST LIST:
– R. Emmett Michie as Stan Lipsky, Editor-in-Chief of The Buffalo Star
– Al Young as Ted Snead, Political reporter at The Buffalo Star
– Karen Craft as Dot Bellwood, Secretary to Stan Lipsky
– Katie Kreutter as Amanda Price, Digital Editor of The Buffalo Star
– Morey Fazzi as Michael “Mad as Hell” Mazzeo, Brash Millionaire Auto Dealer, running for NYS Governor
– John Winter as Perry Driscoll, Mazzeo’s Campaign Manager
– Jesse Luna as Ira Silver, Majority Owner & Publisher of The Buffalo Star

All performances will be held at the MuCCC, 142 Atlantic Ave, Rochester, NY 14607.

Address: 142 Atlantic Ave, Rochester
The Presstitutes

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Brooklyn: Martha Wilson as Donald Trump – Politics and Performance Art Are One and the Same and Panel Discussion

July 31, 2016 at Smack Mellon in Brooklyn.

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Martha Wilson embodies her trademark “invasions” of other people’s personae. (Image: Matha Wilson as Donald Trump, 2016. Photo by Miao Jiaxin)

Immediately following performance: Community practices: Art and Intervention Panel Discussion Select exhibition artists discuss their projects of social and political consequence. Participants include Isabella Cruz-Chong, Brooklyn, New York; Sheryl Oring, Greensboro, North Carolina; and lead artist Kate Sopko, Cleveland, Ohio, who will be joined by a fixer from her project; moderated by Erin Donnelly.

Address: 92 Plymouth St, Brooklyn
Martha Wilson as Donald Trump – Politics and Performance Art Are One and the Same and Panel Discussion

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New York: Birth Work as Care Work: Stories from Activist Birth Communities – NYC Launch at Bluestockings

May 19, 2016 at Bluestockings Bookstore, Café, & Activist Center in New York.

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Come to the NYC book launch for Birth Work as Care Work: Stories from Activist Birth Communities with author Alana Apfel in conversation with Victoria Law, Silvia Federici, and Mai’a Williams as they present insights from the front lines of birth activist communities. The personal has once more become political, and birth workers, supporters, and doulas now find themselves in the struggle over the reproduction of life itself. The panelists will explore the politics of care and the political dynamics of birth work; drawing connections between birth, reproductive labor, and the struggles of caregiving communities today.

Thursday, May 19th 7pm at Bluestockings 172 Allen St, New York, NY 10002

Birth Work as Care Work by Alana Apfel • Foreword: Loretta J. Ross • Preface: Victoria Law • Introduction: Silvia Federici–> http://secure.pmpress.org/index.php?l=product_detail&p=784

Alana Apfel was born in the United States and raised in the UK. She holds graduate degrees in anthropology from the California Institute of Integral Studies and the University of Edinburgh. Her writing engages the politics of care work with a focus on birth and activist birth communities. Alana teaches on ways to radicalize birth work and continues to support people through birth in Bristol, UK.

Victoria Law is a mother, photographer, and writer. She is the author of Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles of Incarcerated Women and coeditor of Don’t Leave Your Friends Behind: Concrete Ways to Support Families in Social Justice Movements and Communities.

Silvia Federici is a feminist activist, writer, and teacher. In 1972 she was one of the cofounders of the International Feminist Collective, the organization that launched the international campaign for Wages for Housework. In the 1990s, after a period of teaching and research in Nigeria, she was active in the anti-globalization movement and the U.S. anti–death penalty movement. She is the author of Revolution at Point Zero: Housework, Reproduction, and Feminist Struggle.

Mai’a Williams is the codeitor of Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Front Lines (PM Press, 2016) and creator and director of Water Studio, which supports and co-creates with underground community artists and revolutionaries in Cairo, Egypt, and she organizes with the Revolutionary Youth Councils of Cairo, which were among the leading forces during the 2011 ouster of Mubarak. It was her living and working with Palestinian, Congolese, and Central American indigenous mothers in resistance communities, that initially inspired her to become a mother and continues to guide her as she practices this life-giving work called radical mothering. Her essays, short stories and poetry have been published in make/shift, Mamaphiles, Tenacious, Popshot, Woman’s Work, Lilith Devotional, and Colored Girls. She is the instigator of the Outlaw Midwives movement, zines, and blog, which shifts the discourse around birth, life, death, and healing by offering a vision of radical empowerment and accountability. In 2008, she published the anthology Revolutionary Motherhood, a collection of writing and visual art about mothering on the margins, which became the inspiration for Revolutionary Mothering.

Address: 172 Allen St, New York
Birth Work as Care Work: Stories from Activist Birth Communities - NYC Launch at Bluestockings

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