Bristol Anarchist Bookfair Collective and Kebele World Economics Discussion Group present:
The UK’s postal workers have been the most militant workforce over the last decade. They continue to face the threat of part privatisation from New Labour and Lord Mandelson, despite the recent shelving of plans for the time being. But they will continue to be a key target as the cost of rescuing the banks crunches public spending, and the government seeks to balance the books by selling off yet more public assets. Continue reading Delivering action! Struggles in the postal sector
Two cracking events coming up right now from the excellent Bristol Radical History Group’s spring programme, both organised in conjunction with Bristol Indymedia. The two events are both on at The Cube Cinema, Dove St South, Bristol BS2, and cost £3/4 but nobody turned away for lack of money. Continue reading Power: Coal – Class – Climate Change!
Films and discussion on the schools and factories fighting back against the recession. Continue reading Occupation, Occupation, Occupation!
Recent months have seen anarchists from across the country meeting to plan and organise an Anarchist Movement Conference for 2009. This will take place on 6 & 7 June at Queen Mary & Westfield College, in East London. So far there has been minimal interest in Bristol for the conference, perhaps because people have been busy? Will this change? Continue reading Callout – Anarchist Movement Conference 2009
Thursday 23 April 2009, 7.30pm
The Cube Cinema, Dove Street South, Bristol, BS2
Come and hear from speakers and join in the debate: Continue reading Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay – from poll tax struggles to recession resistance
On 3 & 4 April the American activist, author and radical historian, Chris Carlsson, visited Bristol, and was hosted by Bristol Radical History Group and the Bristol anarchist bookfair collective.
Continue reading Nowtopia in Bristol?
Discussion workshop hosted by the Bristol anarchist bookfair collective.
This discussion follows last months discussion meeting ‘What is Class?’ in which we looked at and discussed ‘class’ through the ages. For this discussion we are looking at the modern economy in more detail.
Continue reading Capitalism and Class Today
Statement produced by Brighton Solidarity Federation (adapted for bristol) about the conflict in Gaza, for international solidarity with civilians in the middle-east – against all governments and gangsters.
One thing is absolutely clear about the current situation in Gaza: the Israeli state is committing atrocities which must end immediately.
With hundreds dead and thousands wounded, it has become increasingly clear that the aim of the military operation, which has been in the planning stages since the signing of the original ceasefire in June, is to break Hamas completely.
Continue reading Gaza: Against War and Warmongers
Discussion/workshop hosted by Bristol Anarchist Bookfair Collective
Social class is one of the great ideas of modern times. It led to the formation of trade unions and political parties. It has begun great revolutions and wars. It has inspired acts of heroism and compassion and yet has been used to justify horror and barbarity.
Surprisingly for a common idea there is little agreement over what class actually is. Even politicians such as Thatcher and Blair who deny the importance or relevance of class cannot ignore it.
In this meeting we will cover questions such as:
What makes someone a member of a class?
Is class still relevant today?
How does class influence our lives?
We aim to make the meeting accessible to all so please come whether just to listen, ask questions, or to debate your ideas with others.
7.30pm Wednesday 21st January 2009. Kebele Social Centre, 14 Robertson Road, Easton, Bristol BS5 6JY.
Venue has good access for wheelchairs but toilets are upstairs.
Hot drinks will be available during the meeting.