Date(s) - Mon 14 December
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Malcolm X Community Centre
Caught between the expansionist ISIS and escalating oppression by the Turkish state is one of the largest and most interesting revolutionary struggles of our times. Rojava, comprising three regions of northern Syria, is home to 2 million people while across the border in South-Eastern Turkey an increasing number of villages and neighbourhoods are declaring themselves autonomous and committed to self defence. Within these areas is a social experiment that incorporates feminism, ecology, has survived four years of military assaults. For much of this time they have been the only successful opposition to ISIS.
At 6:30pm on Monday 14th of December in the Malcolm X Centre join us for an evening of films, information, and a first hand account of life in the new anti-state communities.