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Brewhaha with support from Babylon festival presents a 2-venue link-up BENEFIT FOR BRISTOL DEFENDANT SOLIDARITY.
The Radical Workers block contained members of Bristol SolFed, Bristol AFed, the IWW and other local anarchists. The march stopped outside Primark and called for solidarity with Bangladeshi garment workers who died in the Rana Plaza factory. It is now understood that over 600 people died and many more are still missing.
After the rally in Castle Park the Radical Workers block returned to Primark. Here they blockaded the entrance and turned many shoppers away.
Bristol Anarchist Federation have a report and photos from the march and demo here
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.
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
Fracking Awareness North Somerset (F.A.N.S) is a new organisation seeking to mobilize community based resistance against fracking. We aim to build a network of groups all over North Somerset to collectively struggle against the insidious threat posed by fracking to our local communities and landscape.
F.A.N.S. will encompass and offer support for all anti-fracking/environmental groups in North Somerset, providing them with up to date information, encouragement and solidarity in fighting this cause.
Our Facebook page is now up and running and we are currently in the midst of designing our new North Somerset focused leaflets. We are also creating a new website so that we are easily contactable and can provide information and help for other groups around North Somerset.
Once our leaflet and website are finished, we are planning F.A.N.S Fortnight – two weeks of talks, presentations, meetings, workshops and film showings around the towns and villages of North Somerset. F.A.N.S Fortnight aims to educate the residents of these areas on the often complex issue of fracking. We seek to show them how they may be affected by fracking in the coming years, but also that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
So it’s all go from North Somerset! Please feel free to get in touch if you are interested in supporting us or have a new group that would like to join F.A.N.S. We would also very much like to hear from anyone interested in helping out with festivals or ideas for promotion.
Fracking will bring industrial North Sea gas extraction to our very doorsteps. Together, we can stop it.
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