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Here’s what’s coming up at your free San Francisco Public Library:
“Korean Comics: A Society Through Small Frames – Exhibition in the Library’s Jewett Gallery, March 13th – June 13th, 2010. San Francisco Public Library is pleased to present, Korean Comics: A Society Through Small Frames, an exhibition of 83 framed works by 21 of Korea’s most talented cartoonists drawn over a period of four decades, on view March 13–June 13 in the Jewett Gallery at the Main Library, 100 Larkin St.”
I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords. Oh, wait a second, this is the cover of North Korea’s version of Animal Farm. I forget which one is the Queen Bee, is it the Dear Leader, the Great Leader? One of them, anyway. Good times:
Cho Pyŏng-Kwon (Story) / Im Wal-Yong (Art), The Great General Mighty Wing (1994), Published in 1994 by Gold Star Children’s Press
All the deets, after the jump
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It will be at 762 Fulton near Webster. Who knows, they might have a big turnout.
All the deets:
“Had Enough Cuts, Layoffs & Bank Bailouts? Fight For Revolutionary Change!
- What is Socialism? Is it possible in the U.S.?
- Fight the anti-worker capitalist agenda
- Stop police brutality & racist oppression
- Is a revolutionary party necessary for working class victory?
- Healthcare for all, not for profit
- Fight layoffs, evictions, foreclosures, education cuts & union busting
- Win full rights for all immigrants
- Capitalism must go: Stop racism, sexism & homophobia
- Socialism in Cuba & revolution in Venezuela
|Saturday, Oct. 24, 9am-4pm African American Art & Culture Complex, 3rd floor (Accessible)762 Fulton St. at Webster St., San Francisco
near MUNI 5, 21, 22, 47, 49, 16AX/BX and Civic Center BART
Pre-Register online by clicking here, by phone (415-821-6171) or by email (SF@socialismandliberation.org)
$10-20 Donation no one turned away for lack of funds
SF@socialismandliberation.org Childcare & Lunch Provided
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