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Fri Mar 3 2006
8 Days of Anarchy
Fri Mar 3 2006
Annual Cafe, Bookfair, Conference Amongst Bay Area Events Celebrating Anarchy
"8 Days of Anarchy" began on Tuesday, March 14th with a discussion, "What will Anarchy look like?" at the Long Haul in Berkeley. That week included a (day two) San Francisco screening of the classic comedy 'Can Dialectics Break Bricks?', an evening of strategic food and Kriegspiel (day four), and the BASTARD conference (Berkeley Anarchist Students of Theory And Research and Development Conference) on day six. The conference will be held on Sunday March 19th, from 10am to 5pm at UC Berkeley's Dwinelle Hall. Read more about 8 Days of Anarchy

The 8th Annual Anarchist Cafe took place on Friday, March 17th.

The 11th Annual San Francisco Anarchist Bookfair took place on Saturday, March 18th ( Photos ). Speakers included Katya Komisaruk, Bo Brown, Ward Churchill, Chaz Bufe, Michelle Tea, and others.

Coverage of the 10th annual Bookfair | Coverage of Anarchy Week 2005
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