Reading at SF Main Library Sunday, Dec. 13, 1pm

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The Tenderloin Reflection and Education Center & the San Francisco Public Library present:

Freedom Voices

Speaking to and from the Margins

 


Sunday, December 13, 1pm
San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin Street @ Grove, lower level

Readings  from new and forthcoming  books:

Upcoming Readings from American Day Dream by Margot Pepper

Freedom Voices

 

Sunday, Mar. 1, 2014 // 2pm

Bird & Beckett – 653 Chenery St. San Francisco, CA
415.586.3733 // www.bird-beckett.com

 

 

 

Saturday, Mar. 14, 2014 // 2:30pm

Oakland Public Library, Temescal Branch
5205 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, CA
510.597.5058 // www.oaklandlibrary.org

 

Press Packet for Sugaree Rising, a novel by J. Douglas Allen-Taylor published by Freedom Voices

Freedom Voices

Press Release on Acquiring Sugaree: http://freedomvoices.org/new/sugaree-signed

Individual Book Orders: http://freedomvoices.org/new/sugaree

Hi Resolution Book Cover for Publicity Use:

http://freedomvoices.org/new/files/Sugaree396cremeCENTERFRONTREV11-4-12.pdf

To come:

Author Photo:

Readings and Signing Events:

Reviews:

William Everson/Brother Antoninus Centennial Celebrations in Berkeley and Santa Cruz


 

Berkeley Celebrates Centennial of Poet William Everson / Brother Antoninus

Event will honor the shaman/poet of the California landscape, prophet of erotic spirituality, and herald of the environmental revolution

 

Freedom Voices Reading, Tuesday June 26 - 6pm, SF Main Library

Freedom Voices

The Tenderloin Reflection and Education Center & the San Francisco Public Library present

Freedom Voices : SPEAKING TO AND FROM THE MARGINS

Tuesday, June 26, 2012, 6:00pm

San Francisco Main Library 100 Larkin Street @ Grove, lower level

Featuring recent and forthcoming books:

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Freedom Voices Reading, Tuesday June 26 - 6pm, SF Main Library

Freedom Voices

Art and Activism: 1930s and Today

Art Hazelwood

Paul Boden
Organizing Director, Western Regional Advocacy Project
and 
Art Hazelwood 
author of Hobos to Street People

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More with Less

Eric Robertson

            Do More with Less

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OccuPant Rant

Eric Robertson

            I just returned from Occupy Oakland in downtown. What can I say? It is not immediately inspiring. Not clean. A bit muddy. Lots of straggly dressed youth mixed with older street people, radicals, liberals, anarchist kids with black rags covering their faces flying black flags. But there is order in the chaos. There is an excitement in the people there who are building community. (Remember that thing that we used to think we were a part of and then gave up on it when everything didn’t go the way we wanted.)           

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