Really, Really Free Market Comes to Dolores Park

 
Some "friendly neighborhood anarchists" organized a Really, Really Free Market that was held in Dolores Park on the afternoon of Saturday, April 30th. The Really, Really Free Market is "based on the idea of a gift economy, namely that giving feels good; that if we were to all to share what we had, we wouldn’t have less than we have now, we’d actually all have more than we currently have. Giving is a pleasure in itself. Gift others with your clutter. Gift others with your talents. Gift others with your presence!" Organizers invited people to offer their special gifts and talents at the event. In an announcement prior to the RRFM, organizers said that they are hoping to hold Really, Really Free Markets regularly in San Francisco.

Really, Really Free Market Website | Photos of April 30th | Report from 2004 Reclaim the Commons RRFM | Photos from 2004 RTC RRFM

Some "friendly neighborhood anarchists" organized a Really, Really Free Market that was held in Dolores Park on the afternoon of Saturday, April 30th. The Really, Really Free Market is "based on the idea of a gift economy, namely that giving feels good; that if we were to all to share what we had, we wouldn’t have less than we have now, we’d actually all have more than we currently have. Giving is a pleasure in itself. Gift others with your clutter. Gift others with your talents. Gift others with your presence!" Organizers invited people to offer their special gifts and talents at the event. In an announcement prior to the RRFM, organizers said that they are hoping to hold Really, Really Free Markets regularly in San Francisco.

Really, Really Free Market Website | Photos of April 30th | Report from 2004 Reclaim the Commons RRFM | Photos from 2004 RTC RRFM

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