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MayDay Rooms Book Launch: Pandemic Notes and Camera Forward!

July 8, 2021 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm BST

For the last year we have been putting together two publications: Pandemic Notes, and the first in our ongoing Pamphlet Series, Camera Forward! We are really excited for finally launching them at an in-person event on our roof terrace. So join us for a drink and grab a copy!
Due to the size of the roof and Covid19 restrictions there are limited places so please sign up below:

About Pandemic Notes:

This workbook is a small contribution to recording some of organised responses workers and different communities gave to the Covid19 pandemic. It also shares snapshots of various emotions people have been experiencing during this health crisis. These everyday thoughts and ideas were gathered as part of the contributions we received to the online Pandemic Notes survey.
The workbook is divided into three sections: Work, Community and State responses to Covid19 and each section is accompanied by a set of questions and an activity to further help the discussion and analysis on these three themes.
We are hoping that this workbook will prove a valuable resource for future organising and be a useful or practical record to be used for the pandemics or social crises that will inevitably follow.

About Camera Forward!:

Camera Forward! is the first of the MayDay Rooms Pamphlet Series, which brings together reproductions of documents from radical history while offering a space for extended engagement and critical reflections on their contemporary relevance. Each pamphlet will contain newly created content – including essays, poems, and illustrations – set alongside reproductions of materials to which they are responding.
Camera Forward! arose from an open call for submission and centres on histories of activist film and photography in the 1970s. It features material from the Film and Photography League, The Worker Photographer, Cinema Action, Terry Dennett and Four Corners, with contributions from Lotte L.S, Johanna Klingler, Freya Field-Donovan and Jack Booth.


July 8, 2021
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm BST
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