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Cuba

Urgent aid needed – devastated by Hurricane Irma

All donations greatly appreciated

Direct deposit at Beyond Bank

Account Name: Australian-Cuba Friendship Society

BSB: 805 022

Account No: 022 102 78

ACFS SA FaceBook


Cuba

Join the Cuba Brigade

December 28, 2017 - January 17, 2018

Be more than a tourist!

  • Universal healthcare
  • Socialism in practice
  • Free education
  • Food security
  • Global social justice
  • Agricultural sustainability

$1,500

www.cubabrigade.org.au





Melbourne

Centenary celebration of the Great October Socialist Revolution

Sunday December 10
2:00pm
Democritus
583 High St Northcote

Communist Party of Australia invites you to the Centenary celebration of the momentous Great October Socialist Revolution, the event that for the first time in history concentrated the means of production in the hands of the working class. This event remains a guiding light & inspiration to workers of the world

$15 Food included. Drinks available.

Recorded presentation by Dr Hannah Middleton on the subject “The Russian Revolution and its relevance today” followed by a discussion.

Launch of historical leaflets on the history of CPA and the enormous contribution of the Great October Socialist Revolution and Soviet Union.

Enquiries 03 9639 1550

Supported by: Friends of the KKE, Democritus and Greek Resistance.



Perth

Book Launch Invitation – Radical Perth, Militant Fremantle

Monday December 11
6:00pm
May Holman Room
(next to Old Trades Hall),
82 Beaufort Street Perth

Launched by Meredith Hammat, Secretary of UnionsWA

RSVP to Lenore Layman by Friday December 8 –
layman@westnet.com.au or 08 9271 3751

Edited by Charlie Fox, Bobbie Oliver and Lenore Layman

The editors of this collection have chosen 31 short and fascinating stories of radical moments in the cities’ past from as long ago as the 1890s and as recently as Occupy: ‘Bloody Sunday’ battles on the wharves, the Chinese community’s fight for survival, Perth’s Red Dean and his rock masses, bodgies and widgies at Scarborough’s Snake Pit, Midland’s Red Square, women’s apron parades in the 1950s, Fremantle’s Rajneeshees, the Point Peron Women’s Peace Camp, and many more. This book records Perth and Fremantle’s radical pasts, uncovering the obscure and neglected, and re-framing the better known, as well as mapping Perth and Fremantle’s radical geographies. This engaging and informative book inspires those who work for change and opens new windows on Perth and Fremantle’s pasts. In short, it has rewritten their histories.

A Western Australian publication proudly supporting WA authors, publishers, and printers.

Contributors: Charlie Fox, Bobbie Oliver, Lenore Layman, Jenny Gregory, Janis Bailey, Geoff Davis, Andrea Gaynor, Bri McKenzie, Suellen Murray, Chris Owen, Alex Salmon and Alexis Vassiley.

Black Swan Press



Sydney


Refugee solidarity film-screening & discussion

Tuesday December 5
6:00pm
Edmund Rice Centre
15 Henley Road Homebush
2 minute walk via Flemington station

Noam Chomsky has called Australia’s treatment of refugees “an indescribable disgrace” (personal communication).

Come and see the remarkable 2008 film, A Well-Founded Fear, followed by a discussion of where to now for justice.

Phil Glendenning of the Edmund Rice Centre, narrator of the film, will be taking part.

Free entrance, and refreshments provided

Phone 02 8762 4200


Vigil to stop the blockade on Cuba

Sunday December 17
12:30pm
Sydney Town Hall

Vigil demanding that the USA stop the blockade on Cuba

Also to stop the subversion of funds against Cuba and return Guantánamo to the Cuban people


Politics in the Pub

Thursday
6:30pm
Gaelic Club
1/64 Devonshire Street Surry Hills

visit: www.politicsinthepub.org.au
email: jnagy@froggy.com.au (Joe Nagy)
phone: 02 9489 0530 (Joe Nagy)


 


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