The Internationalist Prison Books Collective needs your help! The recent move has been a strain on our collective’s resources, and we’re now 4 months underwater on letters and book requests. All hands on deck for a special, fun, backlog clearing workday on Sunday, October 14th, 2012, starting at noon at the collective’s workspace at 621 Hillsborough Rd. in Carrboro. Clear your calendars, stay tuned to the Prison Books website for more details, and plan to be there to help us get back above water and send out books!
Tag Archive: Chapel Hill
We are excited to announce the 3rd annual Carrboro Anarchist Bookfair for the weekend of November 10th. In the past two years these bookfairs have served as a gathering place and melting pot of radical ideas and texts, workshops and discussions, and action in our region. Long-time friends and comrades, book lovers and firebrands, and the openly curious are all invited to attend. (more…)
Nightlight 405 1/2 W Rosemary St. in Chapel Hill (go down alley way)
summer’s tour features their newest puppet production, “Donny Quixote!” The show is a scathing critique of “green” capitalism and “green” technology told through a humorous adaptation of the story of Don Quixote. In addition to the featured show, we’ll be bringing a few fun performances, including a charming cantastoria.
5-10 dollars for admittance, please donate more if you can!
Croatan Earth First! will be continually fighting fracking in the Piedmont
and hosting the 2013 Earth First! Round River Rendezvous next summer, and thus we need lots of funds. The admission is just a suggestion. If you can give more, please do!
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From News and Observer
BY TAMMY GRUBB
HILLSBOROUGH — Seven people arrested in connection with a police raid on the Yates Motor Co. building last fall will avoid jail time if they stay out of trouble. An arrest warrant is out for the eighth after she failed to show for court.
Judge Charles Anderson awarded four deferred prosecution verdicts and three prayers for judgment Monday for charges filed in the Nov. 13 occupation of the vacant car dealership building on Franklin Street in Chapel Hill. (more…)