This time last year, we were in the streets fighting the Republican National Convention (if we weren't in jail). Seemingly every quarter of the city mobilized to thwart Bush's efforts to have his re-nominating party in our backyard. For many of us, it was the most focused and active we have ever seen New York City. So what came of it? And what are we doing now? Come share your thoughts at this moderated public discussion, hosted by Wakeup Call and the New York City Independent Media Center. Friday, September 2, 20057:00pmat Bluestockings Bookstore 172 Allen St. (between Stanton and Rivington)Free! (donations to support Bluestockings appreciated) You can also visit the New York IMC for more stories looking back at the convention, audio archives of the RNC radio broadcasts, and links to all the segments in Wakeup Call's RNC: Where Are They Now special series.