Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Don't Leave Your Friends Behind in Seattle & PDX!

Looking for details about China's Magical Midwest Book Tour? Click here.


While China Martens travels the magical midwest, her co-editor Vikki Law will be in Seattle & PDX to celebrate the book (and the impending all-ages revolution)!

Seattle Book Launch
 

Fri. Nov 9, 7 pm

Garden House
2336 15th Ave S., Seattle, WA 98144


How do we create new, non-hierarchical structures of support and mutual aid and include all ages in the struggle for social justice? Don’t Leave Your Friends Behind is a collection of concrete tips, suggestions, and narratives on ways that non-parents can support parents, children, and caregivers in their communities, social movements, and collective processes. Let's build an all-ages, inclusive revolution that leaves no one behind. 

Join co-editor Victoria Law and Seattle-area contributors Andrea Givens and Simon Knaphus for a reading, discussion and celebration of ways to support families in social justice movements and communities. Let's build an all-ages, all-inclusive revolution that leaves no one behind! 

This is an event for all ages; bring your children!!

PDX Book Release!
Sunday, November 11th, 2 to 4 pm

Reading Frenzy 

921 SW Oak St. PDX


Join us to welcome editor/author Vikki Law and to celebrate the release of Don't Leave Your Friends Behind: Concrete Ways to Support Families in Social Justice Movements & Communities (PM Press, 2012) a collection of concrete tips, suggestions, and narratives on ways that non-parents can support parents, children, and caregivers in their communities, social movements, and collective processes. Let's build an all-ages, inclusive revolution that leaves no one behind.

Vikki Law is a mother, writer and photographer. She is a co-founder of Books Through Bars--NYC, the editor of Tenacious: Art & Writings from Women in Prison, and the author of Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles Of Incarcerated Women (winner of the 2009 PASS Award).

Jason Gonzales lives with his partner and two children in the big trees and wildness of Oregon's Coast Range. Recently, their family's activism is geared to forest defense, and creating multi-generational spaces and family supportive behaviors in the various fights to save the ancient giants of the Pacific Northwest.

 
Hope to see you there!!

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