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BARNSLEYCan religion be a force for change?Wed 30 June, 7.30pmBarnsley Central Library, Shambles St.
BASILDONDoes the media control our ideas?Tue 29 June, 8.15pmKingswood Community Centre, Clayhill Rd (above Swinton).
BIRMINGHAM BEARWOODIs Iraq the new Vietnam?Wed 30 June, 7pmSomerfield Centre, Dudley Rd.
BLACKWOODIs all American culture bad?Mon 5 July, 7.15pmBlackwood Miners Institute, High St.
BOLTONThe hijab, racism and the stateWed 30 June, 8pmAlbert Halls, Victoria Sq.
BRADFORDCan real change come through the ballot box?Thu 1 July, 7pmBradford Library.
BRIGHTONHow soul music gave us a little bit of respectWed 30 June, 7.30pmBrighthelme Community Centre, North Rd.
BRISTOL EASTThe Day After Tomorrow: is this our future?Thu 1 July, 7pmCafe Maitreya, St Mark's St.
BRISTOL NORTHCan we have a world without borders?Thu 1 July, 7pmBristolian Cafe, Picton St
BRISTOL SOUTHCan the working class be a force for change?Tue 29 June, 7.30pmCircle Books, 65 North Rd
CAMBRIDGERage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalism With Hazel Croft.Thu 1 July, 7.30pmCB2 (cnr Norfolk St/East Rd).
CANTERBURYGramsci: hegemony and cultural domination With Joel OrmsbyThu 8 July, 5.30pmCanterbury Wholefoods, Jewry Lane (nr Cherry Tree).
CARDIFFRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalism With Taran O'SullivanWed 7 July, 7.30pmCathays Community Centre, Cathays Terrace.
CARDIGANIs Iraq the new Vietnam? With Huw WilliamsThu 1 July, 7.30pmupstairs, Red Lion, Pwllhai.
CHESTERFIELDSlavery and the roots of capitalismWed 30 June, 7.30pmAssembly Rooms, Market Hall.
COLCHESTERWhat are the real causes of terrorism?Mon 5 July, 8pmRAD Hall (cnr Walsingham Rd/Southway).
CRAWLEYThe Day After Tomorrow: is this our future?Wed 7 July, 7.30pmSt John's Church Hall, The Broadway.
DONCASTERHow the Russian Revolution was won and lostThu 1 July, 7pmThe Point, South Parade.
DUDLEYThe Day After Tomorrow: is this our future?Wed 30 June, 8pmClaughton Green Community Centre, Blowers Green.
EXETERIs this the best democracy we can get?Wed 30 June, 7.30pmKing Ludd, New Bridge St.
FAVERSHAMTrotsky: a life in revolutionMon 28 June, 7.30pmMoonlight Cafe, Preston Rd.
GLOUCESTER The bloody history of British imperialismWed 30 June, 7.30pmWarehouse, Parliament St
HARLOWHow empire ends With Neil FaulknerThu 1 July, 8pmPolly's Pantry, Wych Elm.
HUDDERSFIELDWas World War Two a war for democracy?Thu 1 July, 6pmCoffeevolution, Church St.
KEIGHLEYRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalismThu 1 July, 7.30pmKeighley Library.
LEEDS ARMLEYFrom Hitler to the BNP: how do we fight fascism?Thu 1 July, 7.30pmCardigan Arms, Kirkstall Rd.
LEEDS BEESTONRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalismWed 30 June, 7.30pmTunstall Road Community Centre.
LEEDS HAREHILLSCan there be peace in the Middle East?Wed 30 June, 7.15pmPakistani Community Centre (off Harehills Lane).
LEEDS HEADINGLEYFrom Hitler to the BNP: how can we fight fascism today?Wed 7 July, 7.30pmCafe Noor, Burnley Rd.
LEICESTERChe Guevara: more than just a T-shirt?Mon 5 July, 7.30pmCafe Mozart, London Rd.
MANCHESTER CHEETHAM HILLCan Bush be beaten?Wed 30 June, 7.30pmSaffron Restaurant, 107 Cheetham Hill Rd.
MANCHESTER CHORLTONThe politics of Noam ChomskyThu 1 July, 7.30pmChorlton Public Library, Manchester Rd.
MANCHESTER LONGSIGHTFrom Hitler to the BNP: how do we fight fascism?Thu 1 July, 7.30pmdownstairs, Sultan Cafe.
MARGATEThe Day After Tomorrow: is this our future?Thu 1 July, 7.30pmZam Zam Cafe, High St.
NEWPORTAlienation: why we hate MondaysWed 30 June, 8pmSalvation Army, Hill St.
NORTHAMPTONAre Lenin's ideas still relevant today?Thu 1 July, 7.30pmBar Soviet, Bridge St.
NORWICHWomen's liberation today: why are we no nearer equality?Thu 8 July, 7.30pmRussell Street Community Centre.
PLYMOUTHIs fascism still a threat in the 21st century?Mon 28 June, 7.30pmCafe Marx, Voodoo Lounge, Mayfair St.
PORTSMOUTHCan climate change be stopped?Sun 27 June, 7pmCitrus Cafe, Albert Rd, Southsea.
PRESTONVietnam: when a superpower was humbledThu 1 July, 7pmWise Cafe, Friargate.
ROCHESTERThe Day After Tomorrow: can we stop climate change?Wed 30 June, 7.30pmAdventure Cafe, High St.
ST ALBANSWas World War Two a war for democracy? With Tony PhillipsMon 28 June, 7.30pmTrinity Church, Victoria St.
SHEFFIELD HEELEYIs fascism still a threat in the 21st century?Thu 1 July, 7.30pmHartley Street Community Centre.
SHEFFIELD SHARROWRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalism With Julie WatersonThu 1 July, 7.30pmHighfields Library, London Rd.
SHEFFIELD WALKLEYRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalismWed 30 June, 7.30pmSt Mary's Church, South Rd.
SOUTHAMPTONRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalism With Sally CampbellThu 1 July, 7.30pmPsychic Cafe, Carlton Place.
SOUTHENDCan we have a world without borders?Thu 1 July, 8.15pmRailway Hotel, Clifton Rd.
TELFORDCan Palestine be free?Sun 27 June, 2.30pmEqual House, Regent St, Wellington.
WAKEFIELDRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalism With Christine LewisThu 1 July, 7.30pmBlack Rock, Bullring.
WATFORDThe Day After Tomorrow: can we stop climate change?Wed 30 June, 7.30pmTrade Union Hall, Woodford Rd.
YORKRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalismWed 30 June, 8pmPriory Street Centre.
LONDON FORUMS
BRENTVenezuela: The Revolution Will Be Televised (film showing)Thu 8 July, 7.30pmWillesden Green Library Centre, 95 High Rd.
BRICK LANEIs Iraq the new Vietnam?Thu 1 July, 7.30pmcoffee@bricklane (cnr Brick Lane/Buxton St).
BRIXTONSport and nationalismThu 1 July, 7.30pmDogstar, Coldharbour Lane.
CATFORDChe Guevara: more than just an icon?Tue 29 June, 7pmCiabatta Cafe, Rushey Green.
CHALK FARMRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalismThu 1 July, 6.30pmMarlena's, Camden High St (nr Mornington Crescent tube).
CLAPTONRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalism With Elane HeffernanThu 1 July, 7.30pmdownstairs, Round Chapel, Lower Clapton Rd.
CROUCH ENDIs human nature responsible for war and greed? With Terry SullivanWed 30 June, 8pmHornsey Vale Community Centre, Mayfield Rd.
CROYDONIs it all over for the big party system?Thu 1 July, 7.30pmSpice Cafe, Surrey St.
DALSTONThe Day After Tomorrow: can we stop climate change?Thu 1 July, 7.30pmRio Cinema, Dalston Kingsland.
DULWICHThe bloody history of British imperialismThu 1 July, 7.30pmBlue Mountain Cafe, North Cross Rd.
EALINGThe revolutionary ideas of Karl MarxMon 5 July, 7.30pmEuro Cafe, The Mall, Ealing Broadway.
EAST HAMRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalism With Jenny JenkinsWed 7 July, 7.30pmFroud Centre (cnr Romford Rd/Toronto Ave).
ENFIELDIs Iraq the new Vietnam? With Phil WhaiteThu 1 July, 7.30pmAngel Community Centre, Raynham Rd.
EUSTONRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalism With Julie BundyWed 30 June, 6.30pmCamera Cafe, Museum St.
FINSBURY PARKThe hijab, racism and the stateThu 1 July, 7pmGadz Cafe, Clifton Terrace.
HOLLOWAY ROADThe politics of Noam Chomsky With Shaun DohertyTue 29 June, 6.30pmEl Rincon Quiteno, 265 Holloway Rd.
HOMERTONThe Day After Tomorrow: can we stop climate change?Thu 1 July, 7.30pmGascoyne One Community Centre (cnr Gascoyne Rd/Victoria Park).
ILFORD & BARKINGThe Day After Tomorrow: is this our future? With Matt Grabham Wed 30 June, 7.30pmKaps Cafe, Ilford High St..
KENTISH TOWNRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalism With Janet NielsenThu 1 July, 6.30pmCafe Euro Med, Kentish Town Rd.
LADBROKE GROVERage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalism With Elane HeffernanTue 29 June, 7.30pmMezze Restaurant, 339 Harrow Rd (Westbourne Park tube).
LEWISHAMCan Palestine be free? With Sabby SagallTue 29 June, 7.30pmHunkarim (cnr Lee High Rd/Marischal Rd).
LEYTONSTONECan we have a world without borders? With Elane HeffernanWed 30 June, 7.30pmInternet Cafe, 187 Francis Rd, Leyton.
LONDON FIELDSIraq: is this democracy?Tue 29 June, 7.30pmQueens Bridge Centre.
MILE ENDThe Battle of Algiers (film showing)Wed 7 July, 7.30pmOrange Rooms Cafe, 63 Burdett Rd.
NEW CROSSRage against the system: women on the front line against Blair, war and capitalismTue 29 June, 7pmLa Boulangerie (opp New Cross Gate tube).
PECKHAMAmerica in Iraq: is this the new colonialism?Wed 30 June, 7pmPeckham Library, High St.
STRATFORD COUNCIL WORKERSThe trade unions, the rank and file and New LabourTue 29 June, 12.30pmfor venue phone 07812 769 897.
STREATHAMThe Day After Tomorrow: is this our future?Wed 30 June, 7.30pmMosaic Cafe, 294 Streatham High Rd.
TOTTENHAMIsrael, the terror state: an eyewitness report from PalestineWed 7 July, 8pmFriends Meeting House, Tottenham High Rd (opp Aldi).
VICTORIAIs Iraq the new Vietnam?Thu 1 July, 6.30pmIl Posto Ristorante Italiano, 316 Vauxhall Bridge Rd.
WALTHAMSTOWThe Day After Tomorrow: can we stop climate change?Thu 1 July, 8pmQuaker Meeting House, 1A Jewell St (off Hoe St).
WOOLWICH & PLUMSTEADIs Iraq the new Vietnam?Wed 30 June, 7.30pmCurry Curry, Anglesea Rd (nr post office).


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Sat 26 Jun 2004, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1907
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