The Baltimore Indypendent Reader

The Baltimore Indypendent Reader

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For the past five years Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse and The Baltimore Book Festival have partnered to bring you The Baltimore Radical Bookfair Pavilion, which seeks to inform and inspire "radical innovation and intervention".

"Signal .02" By: Josh MacPhee and Alec Icky Dunn

For the past five years Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse and The Baltimore Book Festival have partnered to bring you The Baltimore Radical Bookfair Pavilion seeking to inform and inspire "radical innovation and intervention". At this year's festival, crowd favorites Josh MacPhee and Alec Icky Dunn discussed their newest edition to their art collection: Signal.

"The Catonsville Nine" By: Shawn Peters

For the past five years Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse and The Baltimore Book Festival have partnered to bring you The Baltimore Radical Bookfair Pavilion seeking to inform and inspire "radical innovation and intervention".

"Imperiled Life" By: Javier Sethness-Castro. Image By: AK Press

As parts of the Northeast remain in recovery from last week's Hurricane Sandy, many necessary conversations are emerging about the links between this hurricane and climate change. Prior to the hurricane, the mainstream media largely ignored the topic of climate change. We hope that the conversations continue. And we release this audio as a contribution to the crucial dialog.

Photo at FORCE's and Luminous Intervention's Action to Upset Rape Culture on 10/21/2012. Photo By: Casey Lynn

Last Sunday, October 21st, 2012, a group of activists comprised of the team FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture and the activist collective Luminous Intervention gathered at Capitol Hill for an action to both engage in the national discourse on rape and to  upset rape culture. This is an exclusive Indyreader  interview with Hannah Brancato and Rebecca Nagle of FORCE. We'll let them describe the action and its purpose in their own words.

We Remember -- Occupy Baltimore activists gather in Autumn 2011. Photo By: Clayton Conn

The Baltimore Radical Bookfair Pavilion is a five-year strong collaboration between The Baltimore Book Festival and the local radical infoshop: Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse.

Caravan For Peace With Justice and Dignity

On September 8, 2012, dozens gathered at Sojourner-Douglass College for a panel talk about alternatives to the War on Drugs.  Speakers included former Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke, members of the Caravan for Peace, Laura Carlsen of the CIP Americas Program, Dominique Stevenson of the Friend of a Friend prison mentoring program, Jasmine Tyler of the Drug Policy Alliance, Maryland State Delegate Dan Morhaim, and Gillian Maxwell of the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition. Video and audio of the panel are found below.

Radical Pavilion at the Baltimore Book Festival 2012. Image: redemmas.org

Check here for coverage of this year's Radical Pavilion at the Baltimore Book Festival! We'll have livestreamed video and audio from talks by Amy Goodman, Cindy Milstein, Dean Spade, Josh MacPhee, and more!

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Live Updates from The Baltimore Rad Bookfair 2011!
Endorse a call for a public meeting with the Baltimore Development Corporation
Follow Indyreader's Coverage of the Fair Development Conference all weekend long!
Occupy Baltimore Encampment Raided
The Indyreader Talks To: Another BDC Is Possible
Problems and Possibilities at Occupy Baltimore
The Indyreader Talks To: Local Union Organizer Cory McCray
Radical Pavilion at the Baltimore Book Festival 2012
A Summit to End the War on Drugs: Baltimore and Beyond the Borders
Audio: "We Are Many" Release at Baltimore's Radical Bookfair Pavilion
Winter is Coming: Remembering May Day 2012
Interview with FORCE after their Action to Upset Rape Culture
Video: "Signal: 02: A Journal of International Political Graphics"
Video: "The Catonsville Nine"
Audio: "Imperiled Life: Revolution Against Climate Catastrophe" by Javier Sethness-Castro
Don't Leave Your Friends Behind
Iraq Veterans Against the War hold Convention in Baltimore
Video: "Irregular Army" at the Baltimore Radical Bookfair Pavilion 2012
Learn More About Indyreader: Audio from Our Open House
Dean Spade and Laura Whitehorn at The Baltimore Radical Bookfair Pavillion 2012
Audio: Don't Waste Any Time in Mourning, Decolonize!
Peter Dreier presents: The 100 Greatest Americans of the 20th Century - A Social Justice Hall of Fame
Indyreader is on Spring Break!
Gar Alperovitz: Democratizing Wealth
The United States of Fear with Arun Gupta
Announcing the Closing of Baltimore's The Indypendent Reader