Autonomist Democracy of Albuquerque Benefit Show
by ADA Collective
Wednesday, Jul. 12, 2006 at 6:41 AM
On July 22 there will be a benefit show at Out Ch'yanda theater/community space
located on 929 4th st. (9 blocks south of Central). ADA collective is raising funds
for a new locally owned and operated alternative bookstore in Out Ch'yanda. Proceeds
from the show will benefit the bookstore, which carries alternative literature and
goods that are hard to find elsewhere. The show will be featuring all local acts
including Holiday Sail and Ammunition. Doors open at 7:00, $6 at the door.
What is ADA?
ADA collective stands for Autonomist Democracy of Albuquerque. It is a group of
individuals who believe in the ideals of justice, grassroots-democracy, autonomy and
equality. The ADA collective is involved in projects ranging from community
organizing to bicycle maintenance and safety workshops.
Radical bookstore opening in Out ch'Yonda at 929 4th St SW.
Libre a La Semilla
books, zines, posters, music, mat?, art, shirts, coffee, films, music and more . . .
Our focus is on:
people of color, radical childrens & young adult books, queer theory, feminism,
resistance movements, gay and lesbian, new mexican resistance movements, appropriate
technology, political prisoners, magonismo, spanish language radical literature,
workers' stories, Xicano movement, working class history, african american history,
local poets, anarchism, local writers and artists, radical thought and history,
zapatismo, indigenous history and struggles, socialism, ecological struggles, zines,
punk rock, hip hop, anti war, and anti imperialist materials.