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Bristol Trades Council and others are organising a demonstration & rally on Saturday May 4th to mark May Day – International Workers' Day. The theme of this year's demonstration is 'Defend the right to a decent life from the cradle to the grave. Fight Cuts – Fight Austerity'. Bring banners, placards, friends, neighbours.
The demonstration assembles on College Green at 11am before marching to Castle Park for a rally at 12.30pm.
A poster can be downloaded from http://www.bristolanticutsalliance.org.uk/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/MayDay_poster.pdf
Facebook detals - https://www.facebook.com/events/242260185910507/
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Radical Bloc also are calling out to support the Mayday Demonstration
In light of recent events, and in keeping with the spirit of May Day and international solidarity the focus of the radical block will be Solidarity With Bangladesh Garment Workers http://libcom.org/news/house-cards-savar-building-collapse-26042013
For May Day 2013, Unions in Bristol are calling for a March Against Austerity. We are calling for a Radical Block to march with them, so come and join us on the streets if you are;
Mad – at the government which continues to attack societies most vulnerable for the benefit of no one other than themselves (and their rich mates).
Angry – that the costs of living are going up and your boss won’t pay you more.
Frustrated – that your working conditions are being destroyed and the bureaucrats at the top of your union don’t seem up for the fight your fellow workers are ready for.
Worried – that if we don’t all do something soon there will be no NHS, no peace and no planet left for our children.
Bored – with the latest lies from the politicians and press you’re expected to believe.
Inspired – by the courage of those that have gone before us, who have fought against exploitation, and won us all victories which last to his day.
Optimistic – about creating a society that can meet all our needs and seek an end to sexism, racism, transphobia, ableism, ageism, homophobia, and the many other oppressive and destructive ways in which we are divided.
So grab your red flag, your black flag, your rainbow flag, your pirate flag or no flag at all and get together at 11am, Saturday the 4th of May on College Green to take to the streets of Bristol, and rekindle the spirit of resistance!
Bristol First Of May Group: https://bristol1stofmay.wordpress.com/
So let's see the evil Tory off in style - callout on social media announces Street Party - Mon 8 April - 8pm - Chelsea Rd, Easton, Bristol BS5. Between the 2 pubs - The Chelsea & The Plough. Calls made on social media for soundsystems to come down.
Make it the first of many Bristol street parties. May she never ever RIP
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The Bristol anarchist bookfair collective is pleased to announce that the full programme for the 2013 Bookfair is now available online in pdf format, on this website page.
Printed copies will be available on the day of the Bookfair at The Trinity centre, and a small number will be available from10 April from Kebele social centre and Hydra Bookshop. It wont be anything fancy, just simple, functional B&W A3 folded.
We are also producing pdf's for the programme in each individual meeting space, as well as running that info as website posts. You can find this more detailed info via this website page, along with a simple, title only, pdf timetable of meetings.
For a full list of stallholders please see this website page.
And for a constantly evolving list of anarchist and related other events then see this webite page. Please note that two of our After-Party bands have had to drop out due to illness & injury, details of replacements will be available shortly
We have also provided a host of info about public transport, parking, and maps on this website page.
Lastly, we have a page of publicity materials available, that we hope you might use to spread the word about the Bookfair, see this website page, and this crackbook event http://www.facebook.com/events/437820852938597/
With the public mood growing angrier by the day in response to the Coalition Govt's ideologically-based class hatred of anyone who is not either rich or a docile wage slave, there couldnt be a better time to have a Bookfair that can bring together all those seeking discussions & debates about genuine alternatives to the unsustainable and unequal capitalist system, and its brutal enforcer the state. We hope to see you all on the day!
BRISTOL & DISTRICT ANTI-CUTS ALLIANCE- ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - 25th March 2013
All supporters of Bristol & District Anti Cuts Alliance are invited to our Annual General Meeting.
The details of the meeting are:
Date: Monday 25th March
Venue: Tony Benn House, Victoria Street, Bristol, BS1 6AY
The Bedroom Tax is introduced from April; George Ferguson's latest £35 million of cuts will begin to bite at the same time; and Ferguson has plans for another £65 million of cuts. BADACA's AGM will be an opportunity to review the fight against the cuts locally and make plans for the coming months. There will be a discussion on the Bedroom Tax and how to build a campaign against it. Representatives of local government trades unions will introduce a discussion about fighting cuts in Bristol City Council.
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