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Wednesday, Aug. 07, 2002 at 4:37 AM
The Workmen's Circle and the Los Angeles Anarchist Black Cross Federation present:
"Emma Goldman: Love, Anarchy, and Other Affairs"
By Jessica Litwack
As Performed by KT
When: Friday, August 9th at 7:00pm
Where: The Workmen's Circle
1525 S. Robertson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Cost: $5 or free to Workmen's Circle members
Spend an evening with Emma Goldman as she waits to escape the country at the home of her friend Max Bagginsky. Armed officers surround the building, ready to arrest the woman anarchist for Conspiracy to Assasinate the President of the United States. She relives some of the turning points of her life, and recounts how she found her two greatest loves: Anarchy and Alexander Berkman. This touching story will rekindle your love affair with revolution.
For directions call the Workmen's Circle - (310) 552-2007
For more information contact Aaron - (310) 729-8614
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