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  • Statement from CNT on Catalonian referendum and solidarity action in Bristol.
    The International Solidarity Department has received and is happy to share this statement from the CNT Catalonia & Balearic Islands: The CNT local unions from Catalonia and the Balearic Islands publicly state our support for the self-determination of the Catalan people. As anarcho-syndicalists, we don’t think that political reforms within a capitalist framework can reflect our desire for social transformation, a change that would place production and consumption means in ... more
    Bristol IWW
    3 weeks ago
  • Level 1, foyer: Radical History Video
    BRHG/RRWW1 recreations and other local radical history films screened by Pauper Film Productions in the Level 1 foyer, including: James Nayler: Recreation of the march into Bristol and trial of radical preacher, James Nayler in 1656 (2006). Big Bang: 2,000 years of enclosure of the commons in 5 mins (2008). Off His ‘Ed: Recreation of the murder of King Edmund I in 946 at Pucklechurch (2008). Seven Stars Plaque Unveiling: ... more
    Bristol Radical History Group
    2 months ago
  • Announcing the winner of the mug design competition
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    Bristol Womens Voice
    2 months ago
  • ** STOP PRESS – two Broomhill EPH evictions 11AM 16.08.17, including an illegal one of a very ill young woman **
    PRESS STATEMENT The Real Reasons Why Broomhill Elderly Peoples Home (EPH) Was Placed Under Occupation < This statement refutes the spurious claim made by Director of Housing Cllr Paul Smith of Bristol City Council (BCC) in the Bristol Post, August 10 that the remaining guardian-tenants at Broomhill EPH were ‘standing in the way’ of the council’s noble mission – allegedly by occupying the building, preventing its demolition, and the building ... more
    Bristolian
    2 months ago
  • For OD 50:50 – five British LGBT writers on books that inspired them
    I asked writers Paul Burston, Eley Williams, Prof Deborah Cameron, Saleem Haddad and Claire Heuchan to share the LGBT writers who inspired them, in celebration of Pride.I also talked about Colette.Have a read ... more
    Sian Crooked Rib
    4 months ago
  • First Thoughts On Waking, Vol. IV
    RELIEF! LIFE GOES ON.  Stokes Croft looks the same as it did yesterday.  Bristol is still cool.Election Results Day is also Bin Day.“Bin day for democracy.” – Mark L.I couldn’t wait for this to be over, but that was tempered by the fear that everything might be Even Worse.No one needs my thoughts on any of this, do they?  No. And yet, here they are anyway.Election results are IN: New Labour ... more
    Clayton Blizzard
    4 months ago
  • Tory Fracking policy
    The Tory Manifesto (2017) contains these words on fracking:click to enlargeNon fracking drilling will be treated as permitted development. This by-passes planning process. Your house extension needs planning permission. A massive drilling rig does not. Madness."Expert planning functinos will be established to support local councils". In other words, commissars will sit in with planning officers and elected members and control their thinking.A new Regulator will control decisions - again without ... more
    Greenerblog
    4 months ago
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    Kebele
    5 months ago
  • #potd – Seals ahoy in the port of #Valparaiso
    A major surprise to be found whilst checking out the entire port/seafront area of #Valparaiso in Chile, is a colony of seals that hang around near to and on an old concrete structure near the port’s passenger terminal (map). This is close to the metro station Baron, at the bottom of Cerro Baron (Baron hill). You can while away a good few hours hanging out on the harbour wall watching ... more
    Zero to thirty three
    5 months ago
  • May 7: Colin Thomas ‘Reel Rebel’ event with Bristol Festival of Ideas
    If you’ve never heard of filmmaker Colin Thomas, now’s the time to find out about the legacy of his counter cultural work, much of which was made in Bristol. Come to our first collaboration with Bristol Festival of Ideas at the Watershed, on May 7th. Born and brought up in Wales but for many years based in Bristol, director and producer Colin Thomas has more than half a lifetime of innovative, restless, ... more
    Bristol Radical Film Festival
    5 months ago