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Resistance : a radical political and social history of the Lower East Side

Author: Clayton Patterson; Joe Flood; Alan Moore; et al
Publisher: New York : Seven Stories Press, ©2007.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Resistance.
New York : Seven Stories Press, c2007
(OCoLC)608380224
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Clayton Patterson; Joe Flood; Alan Moore; et al
ISBN: 9781583227459 1583227458
OCLC Number: 76794738
Description: xxxviii, 624 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Resistance: A Radical Political and Social History of the Lower East Side / Jeff Ferrell --
Intro / Clayton Patterson --
Intro --
Welcome to Our Resistance: The What and Why of the Tompkins Square Park Rebellion / Alan W. Moore --
The Center of the Fringe World / Richard Kostelanetz --
pt. 1: HISTORY --
Revolution Elsewhere / Al Orensanz --
The Origins of Loisaida / Fred Good --
Twenty One Years on the Lower East Side / Thomas McEvilley --
Making Art and Policing Streets / Christopher Mele --
Beginning My Political History / Lynne Stewart --
Lynne Stewart: Convicted: A "Chilling Effect" for Legal Community / Bill Weinberg --
Homelessness and the Lower East Side / Joe Flood --
Documenting the Italian-America Civil Rights League / Aldo Tambellini --
The Midnight Demolition of 172 Stanton Street / Steve Zehentner --
Money, Politics and Protest: The Struggle for the Lower East Side / Janet L. Abu-Lughod --
Christodora The Flight of a Sea Animal / Yuri Kapralov --
Under the Tar the Beach / Peter Lamborn Wilson --
Squatting / Colin Moynihan --
The Tompkins Square Anarchists / Seth Tobocman --
An Interview with Father George Kuhn, former pastor of St. Brigid's Church. Interview / Clayton Patterson --
Anarchist Art from the Lower East Side / Richard Kostelanetz --
"Some Habitation Attitudes and Practices on New York City's Lower East Side, 1982 to 2002" / Eric Miller. pt. 2: HOUSING/SQUATS --
The Struggle for Space --
10 Years of Turf Battling on the Lower East Side / Sarah Ferguson --
Homelessness, Madness, the Power Elites and Final Battles of the East Village / Seth Farber, Ph. D --
Writing the RFP / Joanne Edelman --
Leaving the Building (or Then I went Home and Made Lunch) / Joanne Edelman --
A Tenant's Story / JoAnn Wypijewski --
DLA Statement --
Squatting on East Seventh Street / Daniel Edelman --
Cooper Square / Chris Brandt --
Frank Morales --
Interviewed by Aaron Jaffe in the Odessa coffee shop, Avenue A, Lower East Side Squatting on the Lower East Side / Fly with research assistance from RAP, Kurt Allerslev and Steven Englander --
St. Brigid's Church 119 Avenue B and East 8th Street, New York, NY / Carolyn Ratcliffe --
Zoning: What is it good for? The Committee For Zoning Inaction / Richard Kusack --
founder --
The Soul War for the East Village / Roland Legiardi-Laura --
Tenants of 47 East Third Street Fight Mass Eviction Attempt / David Pultz --
Timetable / Laura Zelasnic --
Poems Housing, Preservation, & Development / Tom Savage for Shari Woodard --
Death of a Neighborhood / Will Sales, Art By Mac Mcgill. pt. 3: TOMPKINS SQUARE --
A Short History of the Tompkins Square Neighborhood Revolt: 1988 to 1991 / A. Kronstadt --
Excerpts From Each One Teach One: Up and Out of Poverty, Memoirs of a Street Activist / Ron Casanova & Steven Blackburn --
Tent City --
Up From the Wounded Streets --
May Day! The Tompkins Square Park May Day Riot of 1990 / Ellen Moynihan --
Tompkins Square Park Riot / Police Officer John Mellon --
Lower East Side Class War and the Subversive Media Spectacle / Joshua Rothenberger --
Tompkins Square Park: 1989-1991 / Chief Michael Julian --
Looking Back on the Tompkins Square War --
Tompkins Square Park and the Lower East Side: Legacy of Rebellion --
'Anarchy' Versus 'Police State'?: The Stakes Get Higher In The Battle Of Tompkins Square Park --
Tompkins Square Park as Police State: Demolition Underway; Battle Rages in Courts and Streets! / Bill Weinberg. pt. 4: MEDIA --
The Anarchic Politics of Clayton Patterson and the Lower East Side / Alan Moore with Allan Antiff --
Trial and Error / Elsa Rensaa --
Guerrilla Video and the Battle of Tompkins Square Park / Richard Porton --
Radical Artifacts / Richard Porton --
Chris Flash / Interviewed by Aaron Jaffe --
The Underground Press vs. The Mainstream Media: The Story Of The Shadow Or "Freedom Of The Press" Is Guaranteed To Anybody Who Owns One / Chris Flash, Editor --
Activism By an Activist / Kenny Tolia --
Villains or Victims: Are East Village Artists Willing Agents or Gentrification and the Displacement of the Poor? / James Cornwell (aka Jim C.) --
Poems / Peter Missing. pt. 5: BIOGRAPHY --
Alfredo Irizarry Profile: --
A Brief History of The Yippies and An Interview With Dana Beal / Cheryl Guttman --
The Living Theatre on Third Street / Hanon Reznikov --
Jerry the Peddler --
The Squatter Movement, Its Anarchist Roots, and Its Conductor / Interview by John Beresford --
Garbage Guerrilla: The Mystery Man Behind the East Village Art Gang with the Unprintable Name / John McMillian --
Ben Eagle / Eve Hinderer --
Taking the Plunge / Osha Neumann --
Once Here and Again / Michael Rosen --
Changing the World From His Couch / Virginie Rocky --
My Loisaida --
An Overview / Mary McCarthy --
Carmen's Garden --
Loisaida, 1986 / Mary McCarthy --
William Parker Interview: Land Without Lords / Steve Dalachinsky and Jim Feast --
pt. 6: AIDS --
Alphabet City Finishing School: The Education of an AIDS Activist / Jay Blotcher --
AIDS on the Lower East Side / Jim Feast.
Other Titles: Radical political and social history of the Lower East Side
Responsibility: editor, curator, producer Clayton Patterson ; editors, Clayton Patterson, Joe Flood, Alan Moore ; associate editors, Nancy Calef ... [et al.].
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