In These Streets: Red Emma’s (Bmore)

In between planning this year’s Kent Massive and hosting Narnia Cabaret, a couple weeks ago we were able to visit radical bookstore and vegan cafe Red Emma’s in Baltimore.

That night, the grassroots space with the best coffee in Baltimore (and the best book selection anywhere) hosted a conversation with recently released political prisoner, former Black Panther, and activist/mentor Marshall “Eddie” Conway. You can stream a recording of the talk on the website of 88.9 WEAA’s Marc Steiner, who facilitated the night.

While you’re listening to that, we’ll return to our (ir)regularly scheduled programming: below are posters from the entrance of Red Emma’s for some events in the Baltimore area from now through July.

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Collective Courage: A History of African-American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice
Jessica Gordon Nembhard
Wednesday, June 4th, 7:30pm
Red Emma’s
30 W. North Avenue, Baltimore


Ryan Harvey, Caleb Stine, James Bar Bowen
Wednesday, June 4th, 8:00pm
Liam Flynn’s Ale House
22 W. North Avenue, Baltimore


The Power Inside Women’s Rap
A support group for women to share their hopes and strengths and to heal from incarceration, street life and abuse.
Every Wednesday, 3:00pm – 4:30pm
The Power Inside Office
325 E. 25th Street, Baltimore


Dance Party
Snack Master, A’Phreaq, Potionz, DJ Lexx, Chris Balint
Friday, June 6th, 10:00pm
The Holy Underground
2021 Maryland Avenue, Baltimore


Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy
Baltimore Annex Theatre, based on the Opera by Guo Tai Gong
Thursday, June 5th – Sunday, June 8th, 8:00pm
Station North Chicken Box
1 W. North Avenue, Baltimore


Common Core-nival
Play games! Have fun! Learn about the good, the bad, and the ugly sides of Public Education!
Friday, June 13th, 4:00pm – 8:00pm
In front of and around the Board of Education Building
North Avenue and Calvert Street, Baltimore


Comics & Medicine: From Private Lives to Public Health
Ellen Forney, Arthur Frank, James Sturm, Carol Tilley
Thursday, June 26th to Saturday, June 28th
John Hopkins Medical Campus
1800 Orleans Street, Baltimore


10 Reasons Co-Ops Rock
Graphic design by Molly McLeod

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