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I Heart NRCHY: Subversion in the City Festival

11542069_10153084448847897_8099449666193543539_n I Heart NRCHY: Subversion & the City continues the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space’s narrative of political and social activism and anarcho-community organizing. For the first time in the film festival’s history, all of the screenings will take place in community gardens throughout the East Village and Lower East Side. Of the various issues spotlighted, topics include “Anarchism in America,” “Bio Terror,” and “Sustainable Activism.” The fest is also diversifying its programming beyond films.

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Anarchy-Lovin’ Film Fest to Occupy Local Community Gardens

11119867_985279054836993_1839671042149029268_o (1)It’s no secret the East Village has gone through immense changes over the last few decades, but some institutions from the pre-$20 cocktail days have stuck around. The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space, a DIY project that occupies the storefront of C-Squat, is dedicated to preserving the history of that squat and others. And MoRUS’s third-annual film fest, I Heart NRCHY: Subversion & the City continues the narrative of political and social activism and anarcho-community organizing.

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