2016 Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair 

At the Oakland Metro Operahouse

The annual Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair is back to showcase radical literature for the 21st year in a row on Saturday, April 23 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., this time at the recently-relocated Oakland Metro Operahouse (522 2nd St., Oakland). As usual, there will be a host of local publishers and print purveyors in attendance, all offering their own take on political resistance, from AK Press to Endless Canvas. Programming will include “Anarchists, Race, Police Brutality, and the Rise of the Right,” a discussion of anti-racism and solidarity within the anarchist movement; “We Are the Crisis of Capital, And Proud of It!,” a conversation about what anti-capitalist revolution can mean today; and the intersectional writer panel “We are All of Our Identities All of the Time: Women of Color on Punk, Parenting, and the Beautiful Struggle for Social Justice in the Face of White Anxiety.” As always, the event will be free and open to the public.

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