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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday October 07 2006
01:00 AM

RAG magazine launch party

category dublin | gender and sexuality | event notice author Tuesday September 19, 2006 00:38author by sho - RAGauthor email ragdublin at riseup dot net Report this post to the editors

Scratch us into your diary boys and girls - the RAG magazine is here!
the cover looks somewhat like this
the cover looks somewhat like this


RAG is a collective of anarchafeminists in Dublin who have been meeting for the past year and a half. We have worked together on various projects - while steadily plodding away towards this goal: Issue 1 of the RAG magazine!!

A fabulous launch party will take place on Saturday the 7th of October. Entrance is a measely €5 on the door which will include a shiny new magazine for your mits and a plate of food for your belly. All welcome. More details to follow here shortly.

Related Link: http://www.ragdublin.org
author by ragster - ragpublication date Thu Sep 28, 2006 16:57author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The RAG launch is to be held in Seomra Spraoi starting at 5 o'clock...more details to follow...watch this space!

Related Link: http://www.ragdublin.org
author by Clare - RAGpublication date Wed Oct 04, 2006 16:50author email ragdublin at riseup dot netauthor address Dublinauthor phone Report this post to the editors

This Saturday, from 5pm 'til late in Seomra Spraoi, Dublin.
It's going to be brilliant, deadly band, yummy food, amazing women and a
great magazine.

RAG magazine – Dublin’s new feminist publication

A fabulous, fun-filled launch party will take place on Saturday the 7th of
October at Seomra Spraoi, No.6 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1. Doors open at
5pm, food will be served at 6pm, the band Party Weirdo will play at 9pm
followed by DJs afterwards. Entrance is a measly €5 on the door which will
include a shiny new magazine for your mitts, a plate of food for your belly
and stencilling stuff to allow you to jazz up your t-shirt/bag/hoodie with a
kick-ass feminist image. Launch will be child-friendly until 9pm….

RAG is a collective of anarcha-feminists in Dublin who have been meeting for
the past year and a half. We have worked together on various projects -
while steadily plodding away towards this goal: Issue 1 of the RAG magazine!
The magazine contains interesting and inspiring articles on a wide range of
subjects including: why do anarchists go to school, feminist health, child
birth, women in the libertarian movement in Dublin, sexual violence, book
reviews, women in film, personal accounts of sexual assault and immigration
and many other topics both serious and more light-hearted.

All are very welcome, drop in at any stage over the evening, feel free to
bring along music to play. It’s going to be brilliant.

The magazine will be available in distros and friendly book shops in Dublin
and across Ireland soon but get it first, come to the launch.

Any more information contact ragdublin@riseup.net or see
http://www.ragdublin.org, a map to the venue can be found here.
For details on the venue see:
http://www.seomraspraoi.org/ and follow the links to the myspace and blog

PLEASE FORWARD TO ALL INTERESTED

Related Link: http://www.ragdublin.org
author by attendeepublication date Thu Oct 05, 2006 18:28author address author phone Report this post to the editors

am i going out on a limb by asking whther the ireland- cyprus match will be shown?

author by ragster - RAGpublication date Sat Oct 07, 2006 10:48author address author phone Report this post to the editors

err... i think there is no teevee box, so the possibility of watching a match on the sly is tiny.

Related Link: http://ragdublin.org
author by Birdcagepublication date Sat Oct 07, 2006 10:53author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Have a great day- the boyz like the opium of the people, be it sport
or blogging conferences, but the party is on all day so maybe they
will unflatten the bollox and offer solidarity when the sublimation
sessions are over.

Best of luck and looking forward to a good mag and meeting loads
of activists.

Burn the Telly.

author by attendeepublication date Sat Oct 07, 2006 16:04author address author phone Report this post to the editors

and hope she flys far far away.. then burn the cage

author by Pushkin - PISFI (ICR)publication date Sat Oct 07, 2006 16:09author address author phone Report this post to the editors

There is a TV in the place! But it should be switched to something edifying.

Sport is a circus that diverts the minds of the masses from the political tasks which confront them!

author by Birdcagepublication date Sat Oct 07, 2006 16:35author address author phone Report this post to the editors

No Telly- no opium for the masses, unless of course it is carefully extracted from poppies

(joke)

Good Luck and best wishes.

author by d'other - Sure Don't Mind Me Federationpublication date Sun Oct 08, 2006 08:05author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Photos from tonight, add your own captions (mine are lame) ...

a packed room of fun
a packed room of fun

Emma Goldman says hello
Emma Goldman says hello

Someone selling jesus with enough exclamation marks to rival a cheap&dodgy Tesco sale outside the Seomra door
Someone selling jesus with enough exclamation marks to rival a cheap&dodgy Tesco sale outside the Seomra door

The band do the band thing
The band do the band thing

A view from the bridge
A view from the bridge

Related Link: http://soundtracksforthem.blogspot.com/2006/09/fringefest-pt1-the....html
author by Paula Gpublication date Sun Oct 08, 2006 20:52author address author phone Report this post to the editors

(c)
Some of the merriment from the early part of the night!

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author by tobie*publication date Tue Oct 10, 2006 01:40author address author phone Report this post to the editors

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author by Joepublication date Fri Oct 13, 2006 14:49author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Short (1.5 min) interview with a member of Revolutionary Anarcho-Feminist Group,

She talks about the formation of the group and the Dublin and Cork launches of the magazine

audio: MP3 at 581.9 kibibytes at

Related Link: http://radio.indymedia.org/uploads/raglaunch.mp3
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