Date(s) - Tue 10 March
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
City Road Baptist Church
Can we save our NHS from privatisation? – What happened to social housing? – Why is there always money for war? – How does austerity affect minority groups in particular? – What’s the alternative to austerity? – Do strikes work? – What about tax avoidance? – How can we stop cuts?
*6.30pm Doors, 7pm Start*
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The Panel, chaired by Paulette North (Ujima Radio, BARAC):
– RUFUS HOUND (Comedian & Actor)
– JOHN MCINALLY (Vice-President, PCS Union)
– ROMAYNE PHOENIX (Chair, The People’s Assembly)
– PASTOR ERIC AIDOO (City Road Baptist Church)
– SAUDA KYALAMBUKA (Educator & board member, African Voices Forum)
At a time when poverty and inequality continue to rise, and all major parties remain committed to a programme of cuts and privatisation, join us at the People’s Question Time where we will be discussing how we organise for a fair, sustainable and more secure future! Do you have a question for the panel? Submit one when you register for a chance to put it at the event.
There will also be contributions at the end of the event from local groups Protect our NHS, ACORN Bristol (Community Union) and others, letting you know about the great work they are doing fighting for the rights of ordinary people in the face of cuts and private-sector exploitation, and how you can get involved. We are delighted to be able to host this event in the beautiful City Road Baptist Church, and we aim to fill its 500+ capacity to the rafters and raise the roof!
6.30pm Doors, 7pm Start If you’d like to volunteer and get involved with this event please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org