Preview for the movie we are screening on Friday night at 7pm
Also with music by Beloved Binge from Durham, NC!
Bring cash for donations if you can
2005 Barton Avenue
All ages, sober
9 new queer books, and 2 other new books in the Wingnut Radical Lending Library! Please be in touch if you want to volunteer for Open Hours or donate anarchist, radical, or queer books to us!
The Pink Triangle: The Nazi War Against Homosexuals by Richard Plant
Adam & Steve: A Novel by Craig Chester
Pulling Taffy- P by Matt Bernstein Sycamore
Horizon of the Heart by Shelley Smith
The Sophie Horowitz Story by Sarah Schulman
18th & Castro by Karin Kallmaker
Women, AIDS, and Activism by ACT UP NY / Women AIDS Book Group
Tim and Pete by James Robert Baker
Pleasures by Robbi Sommers
Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog? by Gary L. Francione
Everyone is welcome to attend this event and make sure to bring some friends as well. There will also be a potluck afterwards, please try to bring something that is vegan to share so that we have enough food for everyone.
For more information or questions, please email luke.pettway (at) gmail.com
Come on out to the Wingnut (2005 Barton Avenue) on Wednesday, February 8th at 7:30 to watch the movie Bold Native !
“Bold Native” is a film about animal liberation. It was directed by Denis Henry Hennelly and produced by Casey Suchan. The film is fictional.
To read more about the film, visit: http://boldnative.com/
Please come out and socialize! They’ll be delectables and possibly a game of Uno or two after the movie! BRING FRIENDS!
Ps: DESPITE RUMORS, THERE WILL BE NO CAKE! <—- there will most likely be cake!!! Keep the rumor alive.
Trigger Warning: This movie contains sex, nudity, torture, and graphic images of violence. If you would like more info/specifics please get in touch.
Find out more on how to write letters to prisoners at our Letter Writing Workshop on August 17th.
This case is happening across the country, but it has the potential to affect activists in Richmond and activists everywhere. Not being able to catch people working underground has pushed the government and corporations to try to prosecute folks doing above ground work. This law and the rampant use of the word terrorist as a label are part of a movement to protect capitalist interests at any cost.
Will Potter writes the blog Green is the New Red http://www.greenisthenewred.com and that site is a really good source for up to date news on the persecution of animal and environmental activists by the government and corporations.
Here is his post on the Dismissal of the AETA 4. (more…)
Eat Spaghetti and Offer Solidarity- Legal Support Fundraiser!
Saturday, February 20, 2010
6:00pm – 9:00pm
Come the The Wingnut on Saturday February 20th a 6pm to eat some awesome vegan spaghetti dinner and donate money to the legal defense fund for the AETA 4, who were arrested last year at this time. Please bring some money to donate to the AETA 4 legal defense fund, and then enjoy a delicious dinner with friends and new friends. Maybe musical entertainment too? (contact me musicians!)
Who are the AETA 4?- On February 19-20, 2009, Joseph Buddenberg, Maryam Khajavi, Nathan Pope, and Adriana Stumpo, were arrested by the FBI and charged with violating the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act. They are now facing a maximum of ten years in prison for their alleged crimes, which include attending demonstrations and other First-Amendment protected activity. They will need your support as they face a long trial process to prove their innocence. (more…)