Indigenous Established Infoshop in Flagstaff, AZ – Anti-colonial & Anti-capitalist Community Space

Infoshop September 2013 Events – Taala Hooghan Infoshop

Ongoing: Volunteer meetings every Fri. at 5:30PM – come get involved in this radical community action resource center. We’re forming new committees to spread out the work… it’s a great time to join up!
Fri. 13th – Navajo Taco Sale  10AM – 3PM
Chair Massage & Yard Sale in the morning!

Sat. 14th - Day of the Dog, The Fairy Bones, + guests

Yard Sale in the morning!

Fri. 20th - Toby’s Awesome All Ages Karaoke! – 7:30PM

Sat. 21st - The Yáadihla’! Girls Vol. 1 Release Party – 6PM
Come celebrate the release of The Yáadihla’! Girls Vol. 1 with food, music, and featured readings from the ’zine.

Who are The Yáadihla’! Girls? We represent the avant-garde Indigenous woman who is intent on sharing her collective experiences, whether they detail the struggle of traditional customs vs. modernity– or frybread, through lively storytelling and other mediums of creative expression. We invite you to join us for an evening of good food, featured readings, music, and discussion. Please RSVP on our Facebook event page.

Sun. 22nd  –  Movie Screening TBA

Thurs. 26th – Queer Tea Party! Coffee & Tea – 6PM

Thurs. 26th РDin̩ Food Sovereignty Initiative Presentation Р6:30PM
Representatives of the Diné Policy Institute will address; the lack of access to fresh, affordable and healthy foods on the Navajo Nation, rebuilding a local food economy, as well as looking at how to promote traditional foods and agriculture. One of the main objectives under their initiative is to also develop a Food Policy recommendation to the Navajo Nation Council.

Chair Massage starting at 4pm

Mon. 30th – A conversation about Conflict Infrastructure with Aaragorn! 5:30PM
A speaking tour with a cart full of books.
“…We will talk about our experiments in conflict infrastructure and, if we are successful, re-transmit an old idea. For anarchism (by the name) to survive the new cold wind of this world, we have to build something to warm our bones. For the stories of anarchy (dramatic and small) to be told, there has to a circle of friends, comrades, lovers, and frenemies. Conflict is the left hand of anarchy but something like home is the right. Let us sit together and warm our hands on these topics.”

Mon. 30th – The Independents with guests – 8PM
All ages, $5 bux for touring band! Horror-punk/ska from North Carolina.

A Fire at the Mountain: Anarchist/Anti-colonial bookfair Nov. 15-16
Vendors/workshops needed, email: