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New bookstore/infoshop open in Washington, DC (english)
by BMI volunteer
Email: dcinfoshop (nospam) mutualaid.org
09 May 2003
A new infoshop/bookstore has opened in Washington, DC. The infoshop is named after Brian MacKenzie, who was an activist from the Boston area.
BRIAN MacKENZIE INFOSHOP NOW OPEN!
The Brian MacKenzie Infoshop opened this past Monday in Washington DC!
Our goal is to exist as a resource center for local activism and the
We have a reading library, bulletin boards for event postings, and will
soon have free public internet access and an extensive section on local
resources and information on a variety of topics. The infoshop is
non-profit. It is also collectively and volunteer run.
We also sell tons of radical books and music (punk, indie, folks, spoken
word, and soon: hip-hop, electronica and more), as well as t-shirts,
stickers and similar items.
If you are a local muscian/band or writer/poet, and have a
book/zine/record/tape/CD or DIY type crafts you do, we'd love to carry
your stuff. Feel free to drop on by with a sample or email us at dcinfoshop (at) mutualaid.org
Drop on by and say hello and check out the space:
We are at 1426 9th St. NW (part of the Aurthur Flemming Center) at 9th
and P Streets, NW. We're in the basement storefront.
Our hours are:
The nearest Metros are Mt. Vernon Square/Convention Center or Shaw/Howard.
More info at www.dcinfoshop.org