Posts Tagged ‘ library ’

History Corner – How An Environmental Newsletter Toppled a Dictatorship & Unified Europe – Extinction Rebellion

Members of the Environmental Library, photographed by the Stasi on the night of their arrest, 24th November 1987.

This year saw the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. This iconic event is often seen as part of a broader world history – the dissolution of the USSR, the opening up of Eastern Europe, the end of the Cold War.

Source: History Corner – How An Environmental Newsletter Toppled a Dictatorship & Unified Europe – Extinction Rebellion

The Mobilisation to Save The Feminist Library in Paris has Been Successful! On Feminism, Archives And Dreams by Ilana Eloit

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The Mobilisation to Save The Feminist Library in Paris | Engenderings

 

the glorious women of the Paris Commune claiming in 1871:

We are simple women, but we are not made of a less important stuff than our ancestors from 1793. Let’s not have their shadows blush with embarrassment in front of us, but let’s stand up and act like they would if they were still alive. We have duties to accomplish. If we have to, we will struggle with bravery with the best of them and we will defend the barricades. Women of Paris, forward!

How a Garage Turned Into a Seussian Studio — The Cut.

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Photo: Courtesy of Jon Lott/Para Project

Thanks to kHyal for rustling up this dream come true poet’s studio! – df, the bard at word pond

How a Garage Turned Into a Seussian Studio — The Cut.

John Bloomberg-Rissman Interviews Eileen R. Tabios | Arduity

Eileen R. Tabios

Arduity.

Occupy Wall Street library books stored in a N.Y. garage / latimes.com

OWS Books in Storage

November 14 2011 – Occupy Wall Street poetry anthology and library – YouTube

Occupy Wall Street poetry anthology and library – YouTube.

Occupy Wall Street Library and Poetry Anthology

~ ” . . . all work is accepted and you can send your own poems to STEPHENJBOYER@GMAIL dot COM. Please include “Occupy Poetry” in the subject . . . ” Stephen Boyer

Experimental Women in Flux / the Museum of Modern Art’s Library Showcase

MoMA — Selective Reading in the Silverman Reference Library