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

Rootbeer & Revolution and No Thanks No Giving!

Rootbeer & Revolution

ROOTBEER & Revolution – 5pm / $3 Suggested donation to the Taala
Hooghan Infoshop

On Tuesday, November 16th, Rootbeer and Revolution will feature
discussions with Victoria Law & Jordan Flaherty.

Victoria Law is a writer, photographer and mother. She helped start
Books Through Bars-New York City and is the author of “Resistance
Behind Bars: The Struggles of Incarcerated Women.”

Jordan Flaherty is a writer and community organizer based in New
Orleans. He was the first writer to bring the story of the Jena Six to
a national audience and is the author of “Floodlines: Community and
Resistance from Katrina to the Jena Six.”

Come join us in dialogue about the many forms of community resistance
and how to support those who have been locked-up behind bars.

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After the discussion at the Taala Hooghan Infoshop, please join the
Communities & Resistance Tour in further discussion hosted by the
Flagstaff Repeal Coalition.  This second presentation will be at 7pm
on South Campus NAU in the SBS building (room 241).

Friday, Nov. 19th.

Our annual event to challenge the colonial myth of “thanksgiving”.
This is also a fundraiser for the infoshop. Sign up starts at 6PM. $4.

No thanks, No giving!