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**Archives of [http://wiki.occupyboston.org/wiki/GA/Minutes General Assembly Meeting Minutes]
 
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**<span style="font-family:arial,helvetica,sans-serif;">[http://wiki.occupyboston.org/Anarchism%20Bibliography Anarchism Bibliography]</span>
 
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=== '''<br/>Programs for Families & Children''' ===
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=== <br/>'''Programs for Families & Children''' ===
 
<div>'''Sunday November 13th''' and '''Sunday November 20th''' we will be having storytimes for children and families at 12:00pm. They will be held either on the plaza, or in a tent next to the library tent, depending on the weather. All are welcome!</div><div><br/><br/></div>
 
<div>'''Sunday November 13th''' and '''Sunday November 20th''' we will be having storytimes for children and families at 12:00pm. They will be held either on the plaza, or in a tent next to the library tent, depending on the weather. All are welcome!</div><div><br/><br/></div>
 
=== '''A-Z Library Meetings Minutes''' ===
 
=== '''A-Z Library Meetings Minutes''' ===

Revision as of 09:10, 22 November 2011

Want INFORMATION to inform your ACTIVISM? Want to learn more about histories of RESISTANCE, investigating CORPORATIONS, or ANTI-RACISM FOR ACTIVISTS?

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RADICAL REFERENCE  and the Audre Lorde to Howard Zinn Library can help!

Ask a librarian! We can help you find resources & answers to questions. Look for us in the Library Tent.

If there are no librarians on duty:

  • Go to the Radical Reference website 
  • Click on Submit a Reference Question at the top of the page
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  • We’ll email you an answer, or with any follow-up questions we might have.
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Programs for Families & Children

Sunday November 13th and Sunday November 20th we will be having storytimes for children and families at 12:00pm. They will be held either on the plaza, or in a tent next to the library tent, depending on the weather. All are welcome!


A-Z Library Meetings Minutes


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