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Book Release for Political Prisoner David Gilbert's new book, NO SURRENDER
Date Friday July 30
Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
At the AK Press Warehouse
674A 23rd Street
Oakland (between San Pablo & MLK)
All events at AK Press are wheelchair accessible.
Event Type Party/Street Party
Organizer/Authorjosh
Friday, July 30th, 7pm
Book Release Celebration

David Gilbert's
NO SURRENDER
writings from an anti-imperialist political prisoner

At the AK Press Warehouse
674A 23rd Street
Oakland (between San Pablo & MLK)

Featuring Chesa Boudin, David Gilbert's son
Ward Churchill, author and Native American activist
Linda Evans, former Political Prisoner
Kali Akuno, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
Clare Bayard, Heads Up Collective & Anti Racism for Global Justice
Maria Poblet, poet
Recorded Statements by Political Prisoners David Gilbert, Marilyn Buck & Mumia Abu-Jamal

On Sale - No Surrender
Donations $5-10 no one turned away for lack of funds

David Gilbert is a Political Prisoner, founder of Columbia University SDS, a veteran of the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam War movements. He joined the Weather Underground in the late 1960s. After more than 10 years of clandestine resistance, he was captured in the course of an armed action in 1981. Since that time, he has worked inside the New York State prison system as an AIDS activist, prisoner rights advocate, and author.

No Surrender is a look at the most ambitious and audacious attempts by white anti-imperialists to build an underground movement "within the belly of the beast." With unsparing honesty and unfailing humor, David discusses the errors and successes of the WUO and their allies; the pitfalls of racism, sexism, and ego in revolutionary organizations; and the possibilities and perils facing today's growing anti-war and anti-globalization movements.

All events at AK Press are wheelchair accessible.
Added to the calendar on Monday Aug 2nd, 2004 6:08 PM
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