Solidarity Against Spanish Sate Repression

benefitjoesgarageThursday, 3th of March
Benefit at Joes Garage, Pretoriusstraat 43 Amsterdam
19:00 Door open and Food (vegan)

21:00 short talk about why this benefit and some bizarre state repression examples in Spain from the last months.

21:30 Acoustic Concert: Almudena and Davide (voice and guitar)
Popular folk songs about revolution and love from Spain and Latin America.

The money we collect this evening will go to the suport group of Javier, see below for more info: Continue reading

AGA movie night: Matewan

matewan-posterComing Saturday evening the AGA will be playing a movie in the library from 7-ish. Join us!

The movie we’re showing is the American masterpiece Matewan (1987):

Mingo County, West Virginia, 1920. Coal miners, struggling to form a union, are up against company operators and the gun thugs of the notorious Baldwin-Felts detective agency. Black and Italian miners, brought in by the company to break the strike, are caught between the two forces. UMWA organizer and dual-card Wobbly Joe Kenehan determines to bring the local, Black, and Italian groups together. While Kenehan and his story are fictional, the setting and the dramatic climax are historical; Sid Hatfield, Cabell C. Testerman, C. E. Lively and the Felts brothers were real-life participants, and ‘Few Clothes’ is based on a character active several years previously.

[Helaas heeft deze film geen ondertiteling! Unfortunately no subtitels!]

The library is open from 2 o’clock, We’ll be serving lentilsoup, bread and gluten free olives from 6.

See you Saturday!