Howard Zinn Book Fair

Estuary Press Table at Mission High, Saturday 11/15/14

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Howard Zinn Book Fair

Estuary Press is joining the Bay Area’s first annual Howard Zinn Book Fair this Saturday, November 15, 2014 at Mission High School in San Francisco with a table display offering our books and DVDs, and information about Nina Serrano’s web site and Harvey Richards Media Archive.

The all day event features workshops in various rooms of Mission High, rooms named BILL SORRO SAN FRANCISCO HISTORY ROOM #201, JUNE JORDAN/AMIRI BARAKA ROOM #202, TILLIE OLSEN ROOM#206, CARLO TRESCA ROOM #208, HARRIET TUBMAN ROOM #209, and many more. Each room has continuous events scheduled from 11 AM to 5 PM. You can see the program here.

Exhibitors include publishers and booksellers from around the Bay. You can see who they are here. 

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Look for this Banner at our table

Subversive books never had it so good. Come by and visit us.

“Following the First Annual Howard Zinn Book Fair, please join us for the People’s Plenary– a celebration of the ways we find hope in difficult times. Our MC will be Nina Serrano, host of KPFA’s La Raza Chronicles. Keynote speakers are reknowned authors Robin DG Kelley and Rebecca Solnit,  Performances by: Dregs 1 (Hip-Hop), La Collectiva (Popular Theater, Walidah Imarisha (Poet) and Aimmee Suzara (Poetry).

Robin DG Kelley will award our first annual People’s Plenary Award to the Marcus Bookstore community. Until their eviction this year, Marcus Books was the longest-open Black bookstore in the United States. The campaign to save it brought international attention to the displacement crisis in San Francisco as well as Black out-migration.

The People’s Plenary also includes readers inspired by the Voices of the People’s History of the United States, a Howard Zinn edited collection of speeches from organizers, visionaries and troublemakers from throughout history. Voices guests include Supervisor Eric Mar, USF Professor Rachel Brahinsky and Labor Organizer Maria Guillen, and activist Eric Talbert.” http://howardzinnbookfair.com/

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