From the Business [!] section of the Sydney Morning Herald, April 7, 2007:
In a clear sign that the protest movement is gearing up for the APEC and RFID summits, Sydney saw the reopening of its second anarchist bookshop this week — Black Rose Anarchist Bookshop in Newtown. “Two anarchist spaces means double the fun for us and double the trouble for the rulers,” said a flyer to anarchist book readers.
The Black Rose site is down, however. Any further information on the re-opening would be appreciated.
Via Jura by way of @-Infos:
Black Rose has re-opened “in an excellent new location”: 22 Enmore Road, Newtown (a minute from Newtown station), and is open between 11am and 5pm, Thursday to Sunday. Events in April:
6pm, Wed 11th: Swedish film screening and art show. Punk, activism and the Genoa protests.
6pm, Wed 18th: Book launch for Self-Organizing Men. This is an international anthology of ftm (female to male and/or transgender) writing and creative works published by Homofactus Press.