playing hide and seek with sallie mae

a rather unusual way to deal with the post-graduation blues.  Pamela Olson reads from her new book Fast Times in Palestine

7 pm at the half king
505 west 23rd street (at 10th avenue)
free
www.thehalfking.com

mother russia

Sasha Rudensky’s photographs of her native country and a discussion of their documentation.

7:30 pm at pete’s candy store
709 lorimer street in brooklyn
free
www.petescandystore.com

Green Card Stories


“Green Card Stories” features the dramatic narratives of fifty immigrants to the U.S., uncovering their histories, hardships, and successes as they arrived from across the globe to work, love, study, invest, or escape persecution. The four contributors– journalist Saundra Amrhein, photographer Ariana Lindquist, and renowned immigration lawyers Laura Danielson and Stephen Yale-Loehr– come together for the first time since publication to discuss their work and the future of immigration in the U.S.

7 pm at bluestockings
172 allen street
free
www.bluestockings.com

The State of the Occupation Address

Join Dr. Benjamin Chavis, co-founder of Occupy the Dream; Allison Kilkenny, contributor for The Nation and co-host of Citizen Radio; Malik Rhasaan, co-founder of Occupy the Hood; Rachel Schragis, designer of the Flow Chart of the Declaration of the Occupation, Ryan Devereaux reporter for The Guardian by way of Democracy Now!; with Julie Gueraseva and Andy Stepanian of The Sparrow Project as they discuss where Occupy has taken us, where it can bring us, and what to expect in 2012.

7 pm at housing works bookstore
126 crosby street
free

www.housingworks.org

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