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  • THE GAME’S AFOOT
    Offensive to muslims according to non-muslim equalities enthusiast Labour’s candidate for Metro Mayor, Lesley “Person” Mansell is going to provide us with lots of ENTERTAINMENT. Not least because this ridiculous Equalities and Diversity Manager for the NHS appears to have learned the cut and thrust of power politics on the mean streets of the Mendips as Chair of Radstock Town Council. This council, some may recall, made the news in 2013 when they effectively ... more
    Bristolian
    3 hours ago
  • #potd – Birds on the Beach in La Serena (at the Mouth of the River Elqui)
    If you walk down Avenida De Aguirre some 2km to the coast from the city of La Serena (central Chile), and head north along the beach for another 25 minutes, you’ll be in for a real bird-life surprise. At the mouth of the River Elqui and on the surrounding beach you’ll find flocks of birds of numerous different types, to the extent that it’s an almost eery place to be ... more
    Zero to thirty three
    23 hours ago
  • Printing Zines and the Zine Fair – After Party!
    The printing of zines has begun! The collective has picked some of our favourites to fill your brains with useful information and funny stories at the Anarchist Zine Fair, and on top of that we’re throwing a party afterwards for you all to let loose and boogie! Party info ere! ... more
    Bristol anarchist bookfair
    2 days ago
  • For OD 50 50: The Things I Would Tell You review
    I reviewed The Things I Would Tell You, ed by Sabrina Mahfouz, for OD 50:50 Have a read. ... more
    Sian Crooked Rib
    2 days ago
  • Film Review: I Am Not Your Negro
    I first read James Baldwin recently, and it seemed serendipitous that this film was released so soon after.  I’ve seen the famous Oxford Union debate between Baldwin, the subject of this film, and William F. Buckley, an unbearably pompous, verbose and slimy writer and pundit famous in the US in the 1960s.  That debate, about the state of race relations in the USA at the time (1965), was won comfortably ... more
    Clayton Blizzard
    2 days ago
  • Why are we having a General Election?
    Parliament rolled over far too easily for Theresa May's new found enthusiasm for a snap election, having stated several times that she would go on until 2012. The sight and deafening gobbling sound of Labour turkeys voting inexplicably for an election the country does not need was a wonder to behold.The country may not need the June 8th election, but Mrs May and the her party certainly do, because the ... more
    Greenerblog
    3 days ago
  • Bristol Anarchist Zine Fair- Saturday 13th May
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    Kebele
    4 days ago
  • June 8th – Chance to Kick Out the Tories!
    Corbyn and May - who will be the next Prime Minister?Defeat the Millionaires' Tory GovernmentCorbyn Must Fight the Election With Socialist PoliciesSocialist Party statementTheresa May has called a general election for one reason - not the reason she gave - but because of the government's weakness in face of a rising tide of anger in British society.Workers are suffering the most prolonged squeeze on wages since the start of the nineteenth century. ... more
    Bristol Socialism
    5 days ago
  • Sylvia Pankhurst, ‘The Dreadnought’ and the ‘Great War’
    Sylvia PankhurstDuring the First World War Sylvia Pankhurst’s newspaper, The Dreadnought was the most consistently anti-war publication. It not only opposed the global conflict but condemned the crushing of the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland, supported the 1917 Russian Revolution and campaigned for a revolution in Britain. Professor Newsinger is the author of numerous books including The Blood Never Dried: A People’s History of the British Empire (2006), Fighting Back: ... more
    Bristol Radical History Group
    6 days ago
  • From Belarus to the USA: fighting state repression
    The 1st to the 9th of April was the week in solidarity with those facing state repression in the USA. At the same time, we have just seen mass arrests in Belarus, after the biggest protests since 2010. What do we mean by state repression? How can these two governments, one “democratic” and one “dictatorial”, have such similar responses to citizen discontent? And what parallels can we draw with our ... more
    Bristol ABC
    1 week ago

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  • La Haine
    23/04/2017 15:00Mathieu Kassovitz's fearless tale of youth in the Parisian banlieue in the mid 1990s. Whilst La Haine was met with widespread critical acclaim, the French police... Read more »