Internationalist Books

Greenbridge video screening & discussion

From the Internationalist announcement list:

LET'S DISCUSS (yell/laugh/cry/protest about) GREENBRIDGE. A Greenbridge video screening
Sunday, April 13 @3pm

Greenbridge recently produced a documentary on their future vision of the of Rosemary and Graham street corner. At first glance, the Greenbridge development embodies progress for Chapel Hill. The building will utilize some of the newest green technologies available ie. solar, wind, and geothermal to provide energy for the building and thereby lessen its carbon footprint. But in our haste to combat the forces of Global Warming, we may have overlooked some details, such as marginalizing the surrounding Northside community.

Come out and join us as we watch the video and enter in open discussion about what community means to us (taking into account race, class and ideological differences.)


Sunday, April 13, 2008 - 11:00am


Internationalist Books, 405 W Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27516

Carrboro Book Fair

Internationalist Books is very proud to present the first annual Carrboro Book Fair, to be held from 10 AM to 5 PM on Saturday, May 7 at the Artscenter, located at 300 East Main St. in Carrboro, North Carolina. Participating book and zine publishers, writers and friends from across the country will converge on Carrboro for a day of reading, information exchange, community strengthening and of course, the buying, selling and trading of books.

Thirty-odd local and national organizations will be tabling with books and magazines for sale, including Daylight Magazine, Small Beer Press (MA), Garrett County Press (NOLA), Ivory Bell Books, John F. Blair Books, Ms. Film Festival, Crimethinc, Parcell Press (VA), Ugly Duckling Presse (NYC), The Drama (VA), Two Cranes Press, Winged Willow Press, Longleaf Books, Carolina Wren Press, AK Press (CA) and others.

Events during the day will include a screening of "Wizard People, Dear Readers" and other films, presentations from Daylight Magazine and Crimethinc, a hands-on zine workshop, readings by local authors and poets and more! All events are free and open to the public.



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