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Table of Contents Forward Resistance: A Radical Political and Social History of the Lower East Side by Jeff Ferrell Intros Intro By Clayton Patterson Intro - Welcome to Our Resistance: The What and Why of the Tompkins Square Park Rebellion by Alan W. Moore The Center of the Fringe World by Richard Kostelanetz SECTION ONE - HISTORY Chapter 1 - Revolution Elsewhere By Al Orensanz Chapter 2 - The Origins of Loisaida By Fred Good Chapter 3 - Twenty One Years on the Lower East Side By Thomas McEvilley Chapter 4 - Making Art and Policing Streets By Christopher Mele Chapter 5 - Beginning My Political History By Lynne Stewart Chapter 6 - Lynne Stewart: Convicted: A "Chilling Effect" for Legal Community By Bill Weinberg Chapter 7 - Homelessness and the Lower East Side By Joe Flood Chapter 8 - Documenting the Italian-America Civil Rights League By Aldo Tambellini Chapter 9 - The Midnight Demolition of 172 Stanton Street By Steve Zehentner Chapter 10 - Money, Politics and Protest: The Struggle for the Lower East Side By Janet L. Abu-Lughod Chapter 11 - Christodora The Flight of a Sea Animal By Yuri Kapralov Chapter 12 - Under the Tar the Beach By Peter Lamborn Wilson Chapter 13 - Squatting By Colin Moynihan Chapter 14 - The Tompkins Square Anarchists By Seth Tobocman Chapter 15 - An Interview with Father George Kuhn, former pastor of St. Brigid's Church. Interview by Clayton Patterson Chapter 16 - Anarchist Art from the Lower East Side By Richard Kostelanetz Chapter 17 - "Some Habitation Attitudes and Practices on New York City's Lower East Side, 1982 to 2002" By Eric Miller SECTION TWO - HOUSING/SQUATS Chapter 1 - The Struggle for Space - 10 Years of Turf Battling on the Lower East Side By Sarah Ferguson Chapter 2 - Homelessness, Madness, the Power Elites and Final Battles of the East Village By Seth Farber, Ph.D Chapter 3 - Writing the RFP By Joanne Edelman Chapter 4 - Leaving the Building (or Then I went Home and Made Lunch) By Joanne Edelman Chapter 5 - A Tenant's Story By JoAnn Wypijewski Chapter 6 - DLA Statement - Squatting on East Seventh Street By Daniel Edelman Chapter 7 - Cooper Square By Chris Brandt Chapter 8 - Frank Morales - Interviewed by Aaron Jaffe in the Odessa coffee shop, Avenue A, Lower East Side Chapter 9 - Squatting on the Lower East Side By Fly with research assistance from RAP, Kurt Allerslev and Steven Englander Chapter 10 - St. Brigid's Church 119 Avenue B and East 8th Street, New York, NY By Carolyn Ratcliffe Chapter 11 - Zoning: What is it good for? The Committee For Zoning Inaction By Richard Kusack - founder Chapter 12 - The Soul War for the East Village By Roland Legiardi-Laura Chapter 13 - Tenants of 47 East Third Street Fight Mass Eviction Attempt By David Pultz Chapter 14 - Timetable By Laura Zelasnic Chapter 15 - Poems Housing, Preservation, & Development By Tom Savage for Shari Woodard Chapter 16 - Death of a Neighborhood By Will Sales, Art By Mac Mcgill PHOTO SECTION SECTION THREE - TOMPKINS SQUARE Chapter 1 - A Short History of the Tompkins Square Neighborhood Revolt: 1988 to 1991 By A. Kronstadt Chapter 2 - Excerpts From Each One Teach One: Up and Out of Poverty, Memoirs of a Street Activist By Ron Casanova & Steven Blackburn -- Tent City -- Up From the Wounded Streets Chapter 3 - May Day! The Tompkins Square Park May Day Riot of 1990 By Ellen Moynihan Chapter 4 - Tompkins Square Park Riot By Police Officer John Mellon Chapter 5 - Lower East Side Class War and the Subversive Media Spectacle By Joshua Rothenberger Chapter 6 - Tompkins Square Park: 1989-1991 By Chief Michael Julian Chapter 7 - 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! By Bill Weinberg SECTION FOUR - MEDIA Chapter 1 - The Anarchic Politics of Clayton Patterson and the Lower East Side By Alan Moore with Allan Antliff Chapter 2 - Trial and Error By Elsa Rensaa Chapter 3 - Guerrilla Video and the Battle of Tompkins Square Park By Richard Porton Chapter 4 - Radical Artifacts By Richard Porton Chapter 5 - Chris Flash - Interviewed by Aaron Jaffe Chapter 6 - The Underground Press vs. The Mainstream Media: The Story Of The Shadow Or "Freedom Of The Press" Is Guaranteed To Anybody Who Owns One By Chris Flash, Editor Chapter 7 - Activism By an Activist By Kenny Tolia Chapter 8 - Villains or Victims: Are East Village Artists Willing Agents or Gentrification and the Displacement of the Poor? By James Cornwell (aka Jim C.) Chapter 9 - Poems By Peter Missing SECTION FIVE - BIOGRAPHY Chapter 1 - Alfredo Irizarry Profile: Chapter 2 - A Brief History of The Yippies and An Interview With Dana Beal By Cheryl Guttman Chapter 3 - The Living Theatre on Third Street By Hanon Reznikov Chapter 4 - Jerry the Peddler - The Squatter Movement, Its Anarchist Roots, and Its Conductor Interview by John Beresford Chapter 5 - Garbage Guerrilla: The Mystery Man Behind the East Village Art Gang with the Unprintable Name By John McMillian Chapter 6 - Ben Eagle By Eve Hinderer Chapter 7 - Taking the Plunge By Osha Neumann Chapter 8 - Once Here and Again By Michael Rosen Chapter 9 - Changing the World From His Couch By Virginie Rocky Chapter 10 - My Loisaida - An Overview By Mary McCarthy Chapter 11 - Carmen's Garden - Loisaida, l986 By Mary McCarthy Chapter 12 - William Parker Interview: Land Without Lords By Steve Dalachinsky and Jim Feast SECTION SIX - AIDS Chapter 1 - Alphabet City Finishing School: The Education of an AIDS Activist By Jay Blotcher Chapter 2 - AIDS on the Lower East Side By Jim Feast Author Biographies
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.) -- Politics and government.
Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.) -- History.
Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.) -- Social conditions.
New York (N.Y.) -- Politics and government.
New York (N.Y.) -- History.
New York (N.Y.) -- Social conditions.