Events

Upcoming Events:

DANCE PARTY AGAINST REPRESSION

Saturday November 7, 2015  10PM – 4AM

Slient Barn  603 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206

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An opportunity to come together in solidarity and dance! We will be providing a dance party of epic proportions. Expect tons of bangers and no judgment for enjoying them!

Spread the word.

Donate some cash at the door.
$5-$20 (More would be great)

Celebrate an opportunity for a shit show dance party on a Saturday night in Brooklyn, that will actually benefit individuals resisting police murder!

This is an ALL ages event.
Please come prepared to respect the space and each other.
Please refer to Silent Barn’s safer space policy below:
http://silentbarn.org/about/saferspaces

There is a full beer, wine, soju/sake cocktails, and cider bar
(No BYOB).

Dancing:

Night Doll
https://soundcloud.com/nightdoll

Danik of DYDH
(dj set)
Montreal/NYC stylist with a lifetime of passionate partying spreads the loves by making you move.

FAKE DJ
NYC party coordinator turned DJ to save money on expenses.

++++++!special guests will be added soon!++++

 

 

 

FIGHT BACK AGAINST BIG BROTHER! ANTI-SURVEILLANCE SKILL SHARE

December 5, 2015 3PM – 6PM

Mayday Space

176 Saint Nicholas Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237

Is government surveillance getting you down? This is a beginner secure communications training; a first step on your Bilbo Baggan’s type quest to understand the scope of electronic mass surveillance and provide some concrete and helpful things you can do to protect your collective and individual Shires from the Eye of Saron that our government brands “the NSA.”

Join Mayday’s longtime supporter, Jonathan S. Uss, Esq., for an afternoon of getting your online house in order. Jonathon is the director of Constitutional Communications. He has trained over 150 attorneys on cyber-security, privacy rights, and attorney client communications. He has also trained journalists, grantors and technologists at the Center for Constitutional Rights, Thoughtworks, the International Development Exchange, the Bertha Foundation, the Legal Clinics of CUNY School of Law, the NYC Lawyers Association, the Continuing Legal Resource Network at CUNY and others. In addition, he has provided training for civil society leaders from fifteen countries at the Escola Nacional Florestan Fernandes (ENFF), in Brazil.

WHAT TO BRING:
-Your computer.
-A new clean USB. Everyone who brings a USB does will walk out of the training with the world most secure operating system and a suite of security tools!
-A donation of $10-20; no one turned away.
-Snacks to share

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Past Events:

RALLY & PACK THE COURT! Brooklyn Bridge 5

Tuesday April 28, 2015  Time: TBA (likely in the AM)

100 Centre Street, Court 31, New York, NY

The Brooklyn Bridge 5, are arrestees from a scuffle with officers following the Millions March in December. The five have since been indicted on a range of felonies and misdemeanors, and will have their first day in court later this month. The case against the Brooklyn Bridge arrestees is one part of a larger counterattack against the anti-police brutality movement that exploded across the country this year. Let’s push back, and keep our movement strong! Support these comrades against trumped-up charges, by flipping this court date into a rally, and packing the courtroom!

 

 

Past Events:

 

Fri. January 23, 2015 8pm

POETS AGAINST THE POLICE STATE Benefit: Ariana Reines, Jackie Wang, Dawn Lundy Martin

At Verso Books: 20 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY

F train to York Street

A poetry reading to raise legal funds for our comrades, featuring Ariana Reines, Jackie Wang, Dawn Lundy Martin. Drinks and books will be available for purchase, to help raise funds for the Can’t Touch This NYC Anti-Repression Committee legal fund.

$10-25 suggested donation (no one turned away for lack of funds)

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