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  • Bristol Anarchist Bookfair | Organising and Agitating
    as well Solidarity Radical Workers Bloc FB event BTUC march rally website and FB event Also on May Day On May 1st we are going into the city centre to make a lot of noise and celebrate our humanity in demand for Equal Rights and Justice Meet 1pm by The Fountains All across Bristol and the world people are being forced from their homes Some run from explosives machetes and famines whilst others are moved through rising rents and man made divides but all the while destroying communities families and the lives of young people There is reason to be angry but instead we invite Bristol to join us and express ourselves in whichever way you see fit Make music share food dance and learn from other people Info FB event Organised by Mayday Carnival The Bristol Party 30 April to 4 May Reclaim The Power End Coal Now Action Camp Just an hour from Bristol in south Wales this mass action could be one of the largest for years Many people from Bristol will go on the Sunday Monday in time for the largest action so join them Please read loads of important info first on the Reclaim The Power website or FB event Check also Frack Free Bristol FB page for any transport vacancies left on Sunday Good luck to all We ll see you at the Bookfair and on the streets in the fields Solidarity to all love rage struggle Bristol anarchist bookfair collective Posted in 2016 Bookfair Credit Crisis Resistance Tagged 2016 Anarchist bookfair Bristol carnival debate events Hydra Books mayday meetings music organising poster Reclaim The Power Resistance RHZ solidarity Trinity unions Leave a comment LaDIYfest Bristol presents the Anarchist Bookfair After Party Posted on April 25 2016 by admin LaDIYfest Bristol is pleased to present the Bristol Anarchist Bookfair 2016 After Party I t s all at The Stag Hounds 74 Old Market Street Bristol BS2 just a 10minute walk from the Bookfair or 3 minutes from Hydra Bookshop FB Event Doors around 7pm bands start 8pm go on until late with DJ s Door tax 4 suggested donation this fundraiser helps pay for the Bookfair Featuring SHOT Politically distressed Pissed up Punk Rock n Roll from the hard knock pits of London https www facebook com this is SHOT https shotpunx bandcamp com Continue reading Posted in 2016 Bookfair Uncategorized Tagged 2016 after party Anarchist bookfair Bristol fundraisers LaDIYfest Bristol music Leave a comment All Meetings Workshops at the Bookfair Posted on April 21 2016 by admin We are pleased to announce the full programme of Workshops Meetings at the 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair There is an exciting mix of talks discussions history theory debate practice and some hands on practical events Here s the full timetable click to enlarge You can also download this grid as a pdf 2mb BABF2016 Allworkshops grid Continue reading Posted in 2016 Bookfair Resistance Uncategorized Tagged 2016 Anarchist bookfair Bristol debate events history Hydra Books meetings RHZ Trinity Workshops Leave a comment All the Stalls at the Bookfair Ideas for Action Posted on April 20 2016 by admin The 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair Saturday 30th April 2016 11am to 6pm All Stalls will be at Trinity Centre Trinity Rd Bristol BS2 0NW The Radical History Zone is just 5 minutes down the road at Hydra Bookshop where you can also get books coffee cake You are all invited Read the main Callout Building An Anarchist Future Continue reading Posted in 2016 Bookfair Resistance Tagged 2016 Anarchist bookfair Bristol events Hydra Books Resistance stalls Trinity Leave a comment 1st of May Join the Radical Workers Bloc on Bristol May Day march Posted on April 14 2016 by admin Various Bristol anarchists radicals including the groups Bristol AFed SolFed have issued a call to join a Radical Workers Bloc on this year s Bristol May Day march rally on Sunday 1st of May International Workers Day The Bristol May Day march rally is organised by Bristol Trade Union Council BTUC this year starts 11 30am at Castle Park full details here May Day follows the Bristol anarchist bookfair on Saturday 30th April at the Trinity Centre but we are sure you ll all be up in time Callout Calling all Anarchists rebels radicals and workers who are sick of taking shit Let s give the politicians bosses the Class War they ve started The 1st of May is International Workers Day brief history video it s a time to come together to commemorate the struggles of the past and push forward the struggles of today Join us on Bristol s May Day march organised by BTUC just look for the red black flags on the day We re looking for as many people as possible to join us in a surprise action on the day as well The Bloc is backed by Bristol Anarchist Federation and Bristol Solidarity Federation get in touch if you d like your group to get involved as well FB event What is May Day Originally a pagan holiday the roots of the modern May Day bank holiday are in the fight for the eight hour working day in Chicago in 1886 and the subsequent execution of innocent anarchist workers Continue reading Posted in 2016 Bookfair Resistance Uncategorized Tagged 2016 Anarchist bookfair Bristol BTUC Castle Park demo events history IWW mayday Radical Workers Bloc rally Resistance solidarity Trinity unions Leave a comment Psst Last Call For Anarchist Art To Display At The Bookfair Posted on April 6 2016 by admin Final Callout for the Anarchist Art Space at the Bookfair Contact Us ASAP Calling all those that love to put their politics into their art Whether you enjoy doing a bit of spoken word or use a spraycan to subvertise or perhaps you ve subverted your old lego collection to build a model of an anarchist Bristol To those that have a cupboard full of beautiful banners or have a wall covered with posters and

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  • 2016 Bookfair | Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
    s Sunday Social vegan cafe 15 3 2016 the full Radical History Zone programme for the Bookfair is now available It ll take place at Hydra Bookshop and is facilitated by BRHG read it on their website on this website or download as a pdf RHZ2016 programme 12 3 2016 Next Bookfair Collective planning meeting Sunday 13 March at 7pm upstairs at Kebele social centre Join us from 6 15pm at Kebele s Sunday Social vegan cafe 11 3 2016 Next Bookfair FUNdraiser is on 1st April at The Chelsea Inn organised by LaDIYfest Bristol full details here 10 3 2016 Bookfair Stalls update only 15 tables left to book at the Bookfair Deadline is 26 March so get booking as we always fill up Forms info on Stalls page 1 3 2016 Last Saturday s FUNdraiser made over 100 for the Bookfair Thanx to all Next Bookfair planning meeting is 13 March 7pm at Kebele social centre 26 2 2016 Cooks are prepping for Saturday s Bookfair FUNdraising meal social with live music at Kebele social centre on 27th February Details here 26 2 2016 Bookfair FB event set up please SHARE Thanx 23 2 2016 Bookfair publicity now printed See it all here You can pick up for distro posters flyers stickers from Kebele social centre Hydra Bookshop whenever they are open Why not share the images online and dish out publicity to your neighbours work colleagues and friends Thanks 21 2 2016 at 7pm Bookfair Collective meeting tonight upstairs at Kebele social centre 14 Robertson Rd BS5 6JY Join us from 6 15pm at Kebele s Sunday Social vegan cafe 15 2 2016 the Early Bird cheaper rate Stalls deadline has passed and we re now about half full SO if you want a Stall at this year s Bookfair get Booking Forms info on the Stalls Page 7 2 2016 Bookfair Collective meeting tonight at 7pm upstairs at Kebele social centre 14 Robertson Rd Bristol BS5 6JY Why not join us from 6 15pm at Kebele s Sunday Social vegan cafe Bookfair Collective meetings continue next up 21 February 2 2 2016 Callout for the Bookfair Art Space Psst Got any Anarchist Art 29 1 2016 Main Bookfair Callout Poster published Building An Anarchist Future 28 1 2016 First Bookfair benefit announced for 27th February LaDIYfest Bristol in association with Bristol Anarchist Bookfair 2016 present an evening of good food friends music and poetry Starts with a 3 course meal from 6pm at Kebele social centre 14 Robertson Rd Bristol BS5 6JY Suggested donation 5 for the lot FB event 26 1 2016 Aims Principles The 2016 Bookfair Collective recently agreed some key Aims for the 2016 Bristol Anarchist Bookfair with it s theme of Building An Anarchist Future at the same time we clarified re confirmed some basic Principles for present future Bookfair Collective s to work with Individuals groups booking Stalls and or proposing Workshops along with other Bookfair participants should Read Them Here

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  • Stalls | Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
    Solidarity Federation Bristol Solidarity Network Bristol Radical History Group Bristol Remembering the Real WW1 Group Corporate Watch Critisticuffs Dog Section Press Dreadnought Books Dysphoria Collective Elephant Editions Empty Cages Collective Footprint Hammeron Press Kebele Infoshop KIPTIK Land Magazine Libertarian Education Princess Pirata Distro PM Press Reclaim the Power Bristol Sunday Assembly Bristol Tandem Print Tangent Books Wessex Solidarity What The Frock Comedy Stalls Layout NB we are full up already have several reserves See you on the day With thanks In solidarity Bristol Anarchist Bookfair Collective 3 Responses to Stalls Pingback Building An Anarchist Future callout for the 2016 Bristol Bookfair Bristol Anarchist Bookfair Pingback The 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair Saturday 30th April 2016 Wessex Solidarity Pingback Full Programme For The 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair This Saturday Bristol Anarchist Bookfair Comments are closed Follow Us Recent Posts Bristol Anarchist Bookfair and May Day Weekender Full Programme For The 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair This Saturday LaDIYfest Bristol presents the Anarchist Bookfair After Party All Meetings Workshops at the Bookfair All the Stalls at the Bookfair Ideas for Action 1st of May Join the Radical Workers Bloc on Bristol May Day march Psst Last Call For Anarchist Art To Display At The Bookfair April Fool Anarchist Bookfair fundraiser no 2 Local links Alternative Bristol Anarchist Infoshop Kebele Bored of Patriarchy Bristol ABC prisoner support Bristol against arms trade Bristol Anarchist Federation Bristol animal rights collective Bristol Anti Fascists Bristol Defendant Solidarity Bristol housing action movement Bristol IWW Bristol No Borders Bristol Radical Film Festival Bristol Radical History Group Bristol Rising Tide Bristol SolFed Bristol Solidarity Network Bristol Uni anarchists Frack Free Bristol Kebele social centre Kebele sound collective KIPTIK Men Against Patriarchy Bristol Permanent Culture Now Persons Unknown Publications sian and crooked rib The Bristolian The Cube The Hydra Bookshop Local Radical

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  • Workshops & Meetings | Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
    Bristol Radical History Group BRHG The Comrades over at Bristol Radical History Group BRHG have announced the full lineup for their Radical History Zone RHZ at this years Bristol Anarchist Bookfair and as ever it s a right cracker of a selection RHZ meetings start at 12noon Details of each session in the Programme with a full description can be read here You can also find it on the BRHG website in the Bookfair Programme on the day or you can download it as a document right here RHZ2016 programme pdf and read it in bed at work and share it with your friends In solidarity Bristol anarchist bookfair collective Follow Us Recent Posts Bristol Anarchist Bookfair and May Day Weekender Full Programme For The 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair This Saturday LaDIYfest Bristol presents the Anarchist Bookfair After Party All Meetings Workshops at the Bookfair All the Stalls at the Bookfair Ideas for Action 1st of May Join the Radical Workers Bloc on Bristol May Day march Psst Last Call For Anarchist Art To Display At The Bookfair April Fool Anarchist Bookfair fundraiser no 2 Local links Alternative Bristol Anarchist Infoshop Kebele Bored of Patriarchy Bristol ABC prisoner support Bristol against arms trade Bristol Anarchist Federation Bristol animal rights collective Bristol Anti Fascists Bristol Defendant Solidarity Bristol housing action movement Bristol IWW Bristol No Borders Bristol Radical Film Festival Bristol Radical History Group Bristol Rising Tide Bristol SolFed Bristol Solidarity Network Bristol Uni anarchists Frack Free Bristol Kebele social centre Kebele sound collective KIPTIK Men Against Patriarchy Bristol Permanent Culture Now Persons Unknown Publications sian and crooked rib The Bristolian The Cube The Hydra Bookshop Local Radical Events Bristol alternative diary Neighbours links BARF Bath Cardiff Anarchist Network Cardiff Squatters Network Forest of Dean Anarchists Hereford Heckler South Wales Anarchists

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  • Publicity & Images | Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
    2 Responses to Publicity Images Pingback Building An Anarchist Future callout for the 2016 Bristol Bookfair Bristol Anarchist Bookfair Pingback Full Programme For The 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair This Saturday Bristol Anarchist Bookfair Comments are closed Follow Us Recent Posts Bristol Anarchist Bookfair and May Day Weekender Full Programme For The 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair This Saturday LaDIYfest Bristol presents the Anarchist Bookfair After Party All Meetings Workshops at the Bookfair All the Stalls at the Bookfair Ideas for Action 1st of May Join the Radical Workers Bloc on Bristol May Day march Psst Last Call For Anarchist Art To Display At The Bookfair April Fool Anarchist Bookfair fundraiser no 2 Local links Alternative Bristol Anarchist Infoshop Kebele Bored of Patriarchy Bristol ABC prisoner support Bristol against arms trade Bristol Anarchist Federation Bristol animal rights collective Bristol Anti Fascists Bristol Defendant Solidarity Bristol housing action movement Bristol IWW Bristol No Borders Bristol Radical Film Festival Bristol Radical History Group Bristol Rising Tide Bristol SolFed Bristol Solidarity Network Bristol Uni anarchists Frack Free Bristol Kebele social centre Kebele sound collective KIPTIK Men Against Patriarchy Bristol Permanent Culture Now Persons Unknown Publications sian and crooked rib The Bristolian The Cube The Hydra Bookshop Local Radical Events Bristol alternative diary Neighbours links BARF Bath Cardiff Anarchist Network Cardiff Squatters Network Forest of Dean Anarchists Hereford Heckler South Wales Anarchists Standing Stone Bath Swindon Anarchists The Land mag Wessex Solidarity Some Bookfairs Bookfairs of the World London bookfair Montreal Bookfair Tags 2010 2011 2013 2014 2015 2016 Anarchist AnarchoSeries Banksy bookfair Booking Bristol capital class climate cops cuts debate events film Freedom fundraisers greece Hamilton House history Hydra Books indymedia IWW kebele mayday meetings music organising poster power prison recession Resistance RHZ solidarity stalls Stokes Croft subvert Trinity unions Rabble News Feed Netherlands person

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  • Directions & Transport | Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
    centre is 10 15 minutes walk away at the end of Old Market Street There are multiple bus stops near to Trinity Hydra on Stapleton Rd Clarence Rd West St and Old Market St There are even more bus stops down in the city centre some 15minutes walk away See this bus map opens as pdf Parking There is not much free parking around the Bookfair The cheapest most convenient pay display parking is in Trinity Centre s own car park ie 3 for 4hrs 4 for 6hrs 5 upto 12hrs Street parking nearby is more expensive and usually limited to a max of 2 hours However there are a few streets nearby where permit metered parking is not in operation on Saturdays try Braggs La Trinity St Waterloo Rd Pay Display street parking in the area operates Monday Friday or Saturday from 9am 5pm Residential Permit Parking operates nearby from Monday Friday 9am 5pm So it s possible to park where this is in operation if there s space Mainly to be found in side streets off Stapleton Rd Please beware of clampers traffic wardens everywhere near the centre of Bristol including in Trinity s car park Disabled Parking there are at least 4 designated spaces in the Trinity carpark and we will create more if necessary please bring your disabled parking badge in your vehicle From the carpark there are 2 level access entrances to the main building one with a slight ramp and then a lift from the ground to first floor There is also level access to the garden space but on a slight incline If you need any assistance please ask at the Bookfair Infopoint at the main entrance One Response to Directions Transport Pingback Full Programme For The 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair This Saturday Bristol Anarchist Bookfair Comments are closed Follow Us Recent Posts Bristol Anarchist Bookfair and May Day Weekender Full Programme For The 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair This Saturday LaDIYfest Bristol presents the Anarchist Bookfair After Party All Meetings Workshops at the Bookfair All the Stalls at the Bookfair Ideas for Action 1st of May Join the Radical Workers Bloc on Bristol May Day march Psst Last Call For Anarchist Art To Display At The Bookfair April Fool Anarchist Bookfair fundraiser no 2 Local links Alternative Bristol Anarchist Infoshop Kebele Bored of Patriarchy Bristol ABC prisoner support Bristol against arms trade Bristol Anarchist Federation Bristol animal rights collective Bristol Anti Fascists Bristol Defendant Solidarity Bristol housing action movement Bristol IWW Bristol No Borders Bristol Radical Film Festival Bristol Radical History Group Bristol Rising Tide Bristol SolFed Bristol Solidarity Network Bristol Uni anarchists Frack Free Bristol Kebele social centre Kebele sound collective KIPTIK Men Against Patriarchy Bristol Permanent Culture Now Persons Unknown Publications sian and crooked rib The Bristolian The Cube The Hydra Bookshop Local Radical Events Bristol alternative diary Neighbours links BARF Bath Cardiff Anarchist Network Cardiff Squatters Network Forest of Dean Anarchists Hereford Heckler South Wales Anarchists Standing Stone Bath Swindon

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  • Old Bookfairs | Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
    the Bookfair All the Stalls at the Bookfair Ideas for Action 1st of May Join the Radical Workers Bloc on Bristol May Day march Psst Last Call For Anarchist Art To Display At The Bookfair April Fool Anarchist Bookfair fundraiser no 2 Local links Alternative Bristol Anarchist Infoshop Kebele Bored of Patriarchy Bristol ABC prisoner support Bristol against arms trade Bristol Anarchist Federation Bristol animal rights collective Bristol Anti Fascists Bristol Defendant Solidarity Bristol housing action movement Bristol IWW Bristol No Borders Bristol Radical Film Festival Bristol Radical History Group Bristol Rising Tide Bristol SolFed Bristol Solidarity Network Bristol Uni anarchists Frack Free Bristol Kebele social centre Kebele sound collective KIPTIK Men Against Patriarchy Bristol Permanent Culture Now Persons Unknown Publications sian and crooked rib The Bristolian The Cube The Hydra Bookshop Local Radical Events Bristol alternative diary Neighbours links BARF Bath Cardiff Anarchist Network Cardiff Squatters Network Forest of Dean Anarchists Hereford Heckler South Wales Anarchists Standing Stone Bath Swindon Anarchists The Land mag Wessex Solidarity Some Bookfairs Bookfairs of the World London bookfair Montreal Bookfair Tags 2010 2011 2013 2014 2015 2016 Anarchist AnarchoSeries Banksy bookfair Booking Bristol capital class climate cops cuts debate events film Freedom fundraisers greece Hamilton House history Hydra Books indymedia IWW kebele mayday meetings music organising poster power prison recession Resistance RHZ solidarity stalls Stokes Croft subvert Trinity unions Rabble News Feed Netherlands person arrested on suspicion of pasting Anarchist Wallpaper Athens occupation of Hotel Plaza for 100s of migrants South London For every raid a response Germany Hambach Forest Eviction Alert South London Crown Court building in Southwark squatted Abbattere le frontiere call to mobilise against the Brenner border on 7th May LibCom blog feed Recent cases highlight the farcical nature of America s justice system Inside the Growing Tenants Movement that

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  • 2008 Report, Programme, Gigs & Callout | Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
    of struggle and will aim to provide us with tools to critically engage with the emerging food energy work crises live webcast from the US with Q A 10 Organising emptying the masters toolbox by some Bristol activists Room 8 at 4pm Imagine your group with 50 active members How are you organising yourselves This is a space to share our different experiences knowledge of horizontal organising and build new ideas experiments in how we can work together creatively to engage more people with radical political action facilitated discussion skillshare 11 Palestine Solidarity by Rowland Bristol PSC Bar room at 1pm The longest military occupation greatest number of broken UN resolutions flagrant disregard for international law ethnic cleansing mass imprisonment Walls settlements land theft killings daily the list goes on in Palestine Actions that would be condemned elsewhere but strangely tolerated or worse ignored under reported when committed by a western backed ally in the Middle East Hear eye witness reports find out what you can do in solidarity talk discussion 12 Seed Saving Why and How by Alex Bristol Seedswap http www myspace com bristolseedswap Bar room at 4pm Why saving seeds is an important part of taking control of our food systems and decreasing reliance on multinational agribusiness Learn how to save seeds practical skillshare discussion 13 Taking direct action on climate change by Bristol Rising Tide Room 8 at 1pm Why non violent direct action Social change not climate change Catch the energy from Climate Camp and get active in Bristol An inspiring and interactive workshop by Rising Tide the Bristol contingent of the international network interactive workshop 14 The politics of mental health by Solidarity Federation southwest Bar room at 11am A mental health service user and a worker will describe their experiences of a system dominated by psychiatry The workshop will look at some of the ways that service users workers have organised independently to challenge this system and discuss ways of developing a user worker alliance talk discussion 15 The rocky road to a real transition the Transition Towns movement and what it means for social change by Alice Cutler Trapese Collective http www trapese org Room 7 at 4pm Short presentation about the recent Trapese pamphlet download from their website on Transition Towns followed by a group discussion around the politics of Transition Initiatives tactics strategies and how to move forward Transition Town members are especially welcome talk discussion 16 Vision strategy for anti capitalists an introduction to Participatory Economic s by Project for a Participatory Society PPS UK Room 7 at 12 noon Presentation on the need for an alternative economic vision to capitalism An outline of the vision proposed by theorists Albert Hahnel called Participatory Economics ParEcon and implications for current activity talk discussion 17 What is direct action casework and how to use it by London Coalition Against Poverty LCAP Room 7 at 2pm LCAP work alongside tenants and homeless people employing Direct Action Casework confronting councils to discharge their duties The tactic was developed to empower residents with advice knowledge and support whilst drawing out the directly political nature of their plight and fighting it in those terms Find out what issues this raises for activists talk discussion 18 Why this recession is special and how to survive it by Will Brown the World Economy Discussion Group Room 8 at 11am An introduction describing the first global capitalist crisis to overwhelm a world economy which organises 99 of humanity Can we cope better this time than we did in the 80 s talk discussion 19 Wireless the free software movement by Bristol Wireless Foyer area all day Info about the free software movement and the innovative work of the Bristol Wireless Community Co op in providing free wireless internet connections Use free PC s and get to know Linux with hands on practical support info and participation Back to top B Outdoor Workshops in the car park 1 Anarchy starts at home by The Laboratory of Futurefull Acts 1 to 2pm An active exploration of methods for ridding our minds of the structures we wish to see abolished in the outside world such as ownership and hierarchy Using discussion games and re programming tricks so as to avoid perpetuating negative systems in the groups and structures we create exploratory facilitated discussion 20 people max first comers get the places 2 Bike workshop advice by volunteer bike mechanics 10 30am to 3pm Hands on support advice to help you keep your bike on the road cheaply Technical practical info plus demonstrations Bring your bike or just come to watch chat More details to follow interactive skillshare 10 30am to 3pm 3 Direct Action introduction skillshare by some Bristol activists 2 to 3 30pm Direct action lies at the heart of anarchism and is a tried and tested way of effecting radical social change Much misunderstood by governments and many activists alike it offers endless possibilities for creative resistance This workshop aims to give an introduction to direct action and affinity groups through a range of exercises and activities participatory workshop 90 minutes 4 Musical interludes Two 30 minute musical interludes of completely unamplified acoustic music Relax listen or join in Anarcho Folko 12 30 to 1pm Clayton Blizzard 3 30 to 4pm 5 Regeneration Tour by a legendary Bristol ex squatter Out priced by yuppie invasions of our ghettos and waterways we are pushed aside into nightmare existences so that they can have their Cabot Circus dream So we express ourselves with passion sometimes violence in the margins that they have ignored no man s land A street art named destruction would be Marlon Brando s participatory tour you need a bike for this one Starts 5pm from the car park gates on Gatton Road for a rock n roll ride 6 Subvertising by Saint Just Mob subvertising collective 4 to 5pm Introduction to aims history of the collective in Totterdown over the last 7 years Plus practical demonstration of

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