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Anarchist Book Fair

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by Tammy Facey (subscribe)
Read. Write. Run.
Down with the system
Anarchist Book Fair makes it's return to the previously regarded slum-dog streets of Salford, and also Manchester.

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Making waves

Anarchist Book Fair 2013. It's exactly as it sounds. Anarchy will (not really), ensue, it is evocative and progressive. Uncross your legs, and pull on your leathers is what they're basically saying. The book fair isn't for the prim and proper, but readers who like an edge to their novels, both graphic and non.

It's more than just books, however; the fair is a direct response to the homelessness and issues affecting living conditions and struggles for young people in the city. Talks are being organised to help tackle the many issues facing those in less-fortunate positions, and your thoughts on issues raised are welcomed.

While talking about things isn't as progressive as action, we must talk, consider, and discuss, before a mode of course is put in place.

This event is as much about books, as it is about the imprisonment and subjugation of anti-facist's living conditions the unfortunate are subject to. Anarchist Book Fair is thus a movement towards taking the first steps towards progression, change, and finally, action.
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Why? To make a change
When: 10am - 4.00pm
Where: The People's History Museum, Deansgate
Cost: Free
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