Date(s) - Sat 25 April
12:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Again they’ll be based at Hydra Bookshop all day, which is at 34 Old Market, Bristol BS2 0EZ – just a 5 minute walk from Trinity Centre – and running a series of 6 meetings starting at 12noon.
Hydra naturally also sells books, and coffee & cake! Meanwhile a few of BRHG will also be running a bookstall up at the Bookfair in the Trinity Centre (on the 1st floor) – do check out their excellent series of local radical history pamphlets!
Here are the meeting titles for the RHZ programme, you can find the full description for each meeting on the BRHG website, on the Bookfair website, download it here as a pdf RHZ_full info and indeed as a Facebook event.
12-1: Siegi Moos and the Anti-Nazi Movement in pre-War Germany
by Merilyn Moos (author talk)
1-2 : Housing Activism and Squatting in 1970’s Bristol
by “Mac” McConnell (talk with short film)
2-3: Cultures of Solidarity and the 1984-5 Miners’ Strike
by Diarmaid Kelliher (talk with short film)
3-4: Strikers, Hobblers, Conchies and Reds: A Radical History of Bristol 1880-1939
by Roger Ball, Steve Hunt and Mike Richardson of Bristol Radical History Group (book launch)
4-5: All Knees and Elbows of Susceptibility and Refusal: Reading History From Below
by Anthony Iles and Tom Roberts (talk and discussion led by authors)
5-6.30: Resistance Struggles against Immigration Controls in Europe
by Tracing Movements (2 films + discussion)
An interesting and stimulating day is guarateed. Enjoy!