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Issue No. 1939

International Women's Day

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BIRMINGHAMThe suffragettes and how women won the vote
With Esme Choonara
Thu 10 Mar, 7.30pmCarrs Lane Church Centre.
CHESTERFIELDThe suffragettes and how women won the vote
With Gill Chanter
Wed 2 Mar, 7.30pmSaints Parish Centre, St Mary’s Gate.
EAST LONDONSylvia Pankhurst, the suffragettes and the struggle for women's liberation
With Judith Orr, rare footage and photo exhibition
Tue 8 Mar, 7pmDrapers Hall, Queen Mary University, Mile End Rd (Stepney Green tube).
EXETERThe suffragettes and how women won the voteSun 6 Mar, 7pmKing Ludd Bookshop, New Bridge St.
HUDDERSFIELDThe suffragettes and how women won the vote
With Suzanne Jeffery
Wed 9 Mar, 6pmCoffeevolution, Church St.
KENTFrom Fallujah to Darfur—women and the globalised economyThu 17 Mar, 7.30pmSt Peter’s Church Hall, Canterbury High St (nr Cricketers).
NORTH LONDONWomen’s liberation in the 21st Century
With Judith Orr
Wed 9 Mar, 7.30pmWest Indian Cultural Centre, Clarendon Rd, N8.
SHEFFIELDThe suffragettes and how women won the vote
With Suzanne Jeffery
Tue 8 Mar, 7.30pmShowroom Cinema, Paternoster Row.
SOUTH EAST LONDONThe suffragettes and how women won the vote
With Judith Orr and rare film footage
Mon 14 Mar, 7.30pmSt Andrews Centre (cnr Brockley Rd/ Wickham Rd).
WAKEFIELDWomen’s liberation in the 21st CenturyThu 10 Mar, 7.30pmLightwaves Leisure Centre, Marsh Way.

Other SWP Meetings

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BARNSLEYThe elections, the resistance and the future of IraqWed 23 Feb, 7.30pmBarnsley Library, Shambles St.
BRISTOLThe elections, the resistance and the future of Iraq
With Chris Bambery
Wed 23 Feb, 7.30pmKuumba Arts Centre, Hepburn Rd, St Pauls.
CAMBRIDGEHow can we make poverty history? Thu 24 Feb, 7.30pmMunby Room, Kings College, Cambridge University.
CARDIFF40 years after his murder: Malcolm X— anti-racist, anti-imperialist
With Kevin Ovenden
Wed 23 Feb, 7.30pmDempsey’s (opp Cardiff Castle).
DERBYSo, now who do we vote for?
With Jeannie Robinson
Thu 10 Mar, 7.15pmWest Indian Community Centre, Carrington St (off Trinity St).
HARLOWJohn Coltrane: jazz, racism and resistance
With Martin Smith
Thu 24 Feb, 8pmPolly’s Pantry, Wych Elm.
LEEDSMalcolm X: fighting racism by any means necessary
With Weyman Bennett
Sun 27 Feb, 7.30pmWest Indian Community Centre, Chapeltown.
LIVERPOOLMalcolm X and the struggle for black liberationMon 28 Feb, 7pmMerseyside Caribbean Community Centre, Upper Parliament St, Toxteth, L8.
NEATHAfter the elections, where next for Iraq?
With Tim Evans
Thu 10 Mar, 7.30pmCafe Mocha Joe’s (opp Safeways).
NEWCASTLEJohn Coltrane: jazz, racism and resistance
With Martin Smith
Wed 23 Feb, 7.30pmBlack Swan Venue, Arts Centre, Westgate Rd.
NORTH WEST LONDONGeorge Orwell and the Spanish Civil War
With Simon Basketter
Thu 24 Feb, 7.30pmPaddington Arts Centre, Woodfield Rd.
NORWICHThe elections, the resistance and the future of Iraq
With Pete Morgan
Thu 24 Feb, 7pmRussell St Centre.
OXFORDBattleship Potemkin film showing and talk on the 1905 revolution
With Mark Thomas
Wed 2 Mar, 7.30pmAsian Cultural Centre, Manzil Way.
PLYMOUTHEyewitness report from the World Social Forum
With Tony Staunton
Mon 21 Feb, 7.30pmVoodoo Lounge, Mayflower St.
PONTARDAWEThe tsunami: a natural disaster or a man-made catastrophe? Thu 3 Mar, 7.30pmCross Community Centre, Herbert St.
PORTSMOUTH Why immigration is not a problem
With John Molyneux
Sun 27 Feb, 7.30pmCitrus Cafe, Albert Rd.
ST ALBANSDebt, disaster and the G8
With James Meadway
Mon 7 Mar, 7.30pmTrinity Church Hall (cnr Beaconsfield Rd/ Victoria St).
SOUTHAMPTON40 years after his murder: Malcolm X—anti-racist, anti-imperialist
With Kevin Ovenden
Thu 3 Mar, 7.30pmSouthampton Institute, 157-187 Above Bar St.
WALTHAM FORESTHow capitalism underdeveloped AfricaTue 15 Mar, 7.30pmQuakers Meeting House, 1A Jewel Rd (off Hoe St).
WATFORDHow do we make poverty history?
With Michael Bradley
Thu 3 Mar, 7.30pmWest Watford Community Centre, Harwoods Rd.
WEST LONDON40 years after his murder: Malcolm X— anti-racist, anti-imperialist
With Joseph Choonara
Tue 22 Feb, 7.30pmNelson Rm, Ealing Town Hall.
WOLVERHAMPTONThe elections, the resistance and the future of Iraq
With Chris Bambery
Thu 24 Feb, 7.30pmLighthouse, Chubb Buildings, Fryer St.
YORK40 years after his murder: Malcolm X and the struggle for black liberationWed 23 Feb, 7.30pmPriory St Centre.

Bookmarks events

CENTRAL LONDONJohn Coltrane: jazz, racism and resistance
With Martin Smith
Mon 21 Feb, 6.30pmPoint 101, New Oxford St (Tottenham Court Rd tube)

Respect events

BURNLEYRespect for Palestine
With Michael Lavallette (Respect councillor), Fatima Desai (Preston/ Nablus twinning campaign)
Mon 21 Feb, 8pmCentral Methodist Church (next to Burnley Town Hall)

Stop the war coalition — Bring the troops home rallies

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BrentMon 21 FebTony Benn, Ghada Razuki (StWC), Jeremy Dear (NUJ) & Haifa Zangana (Iraqi writer). Willesden Centre, College of North West London, Dudden Hill, NW10 (Dollis Hill tube).
LewishamWed 9 Mar, 7pmAndrew Murray (StWC), Rose Gentle (Military Families Against the War), Felicity ArbuthnotGoldsmiths Student Union, Lewisham Way
NewcastleSat 12 Mar, 3pmBruce Kent (CND), Lindsey German (StWC). Newcastle University Auditorium.
North Kensington & PaddingtonTue 15 Mar, 7.30pmVictoria Brittan, Tom Whittaker (NUS executive), Free Babar Ahmad campaign. Paddington Arts Centre, Woodfield Road, W9 (Westbourne Park tube).
PortsmouthWed 23 FebRose Gentle (Military Families Against the War).
St. AlbansWed 2 Mar, 8pmLindsey German (StWC), Kate Hudson (CND), Paul Mackney (Natfhe), Kerry Pollard MP (Labour Against the War). Jubilee Centre, Catherine Street, St Albans.
SheffieldThu 3 Mar, 7pmRose Gentle (Military Families Against the War), Jeremy Dear (NUJ), Sabah Jawad (Iraqi Democrats Against the Occupation), Lindsey German (StWC). The Library Theatre, Tudor Sq.
SouthendWed 2 Mar, 7.30pmMark Steel, Sabah Jawad (Iraqi Democrats). Leigh Community Centre, Elm Road, Leigh-on-Sea.
WoolwichWed 9 MarAndrew Murray (StWC), Rose Gentle (Military Families Against the War).
Ring StWC for full details of meetings (020 7278 6694) or e-mail office@stopwar.org.uk

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Meetings And Events
Sat 19 Feb 2005, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1939
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