Tag Archives: Folk

Interviewed on “What’s Left” 2/1/13

14 Apr

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Jake Carman is interviewed on “What’s Left” about his first book, “Nine Years of Anarchist Agitation: The History of the Boston Anti-Authoritarian Movement, and other Essays.” 2/1/13, Cambridge, MA

3 Parts. 26 minutes total.

Radio Interview on Youtube

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Jake and Clara performing music March 10

26 Feb
SUNDAY, MARCH 10 is PARENTAL ADVISORY
A FREE cabaret of performances by rad parents of many genders.

It’s not a kid’s show. It’s an *awesome* show you can bring your kids to.

3pm - 5pm @ First Church in Jamaica
Plain<http://www.firstchurchjp.org/directions-and-parking/>,
Unitarian Universalist
6 Elliot St. JP, (right where Centre meets South, near The Monument.)

FREE and open to everyone. Healthy snacks provided!

Hosted by: EVAN GREER <http://www.evangreer.org>, JP’s own renegade queer
riot-folk parent.

Kids can watch the show and there will be fun activities and professional
childcare provided in a separate room.

Expect spontaneity, social justice poetry, banjos, punk rock, heartfelt hip
hop, awkward dancing, and occasional interruptions by cute kids.

Please RSVP and share on facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/events/157176731100831/

Featuring some of Boston’s most talented performers who also happen to be
parents:

*EROC of FOUNDATION MOVEMENT*
parent, activist, photographer, and boston’s Best of hip hop

*MYRIAM ORTIZ*
revolutionary songs from many struggles, mom of twins

*KAZI TOURE*
former New Afrikan political prisoner, poet, playwrite, co-chair of Jericho
Movement

*CLARA HENDRICKS  & JAKE CARMEN*
new parents and renowned local punk-folk musicians

*JULIA TERRY*
parent, activist, artist, as seen on Tranny Roadshow and much more

*JAMIE McLAUGHLIN*
rad mom, musician, and artist. host of the Out of the Blue open mic

*SHAWDEEN VATAN*
local parent, poet, and activist

Feel free to contact evangreer@gmail.com with any questions. This may
become a recurring event. The goal is to create an awesome community event
that is kid-friendly but not just for kids. Parents deserve to party. And
when we build together with our kids around we build stronger toward a
social revolution.

Accessibility Info:
The space is wheelchair accessible. No nuts will be served. We will do our
best to accommodate all accessibility requests. Email
evangreer@gmail.comwith questions.