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Issue No. 1943

How can we make poverty history?

areatitle & speakertimevenue
BARROWHow can we make poverty history?Thu 24 Mar, 7pmHindpool Community Centre,
Nelson Street.
BIRMINGHAMHow can we make poverty history?
With Alex Callinicos
Wed 13 Apr, 7pmCarrs Lane Church Centre.
BLACKWOODHow can we make poverty history?
With Charlie Kimber
Thu 24 Mar, 7.15pmBlackwood Miners’ Institute,
Blackwood High Street.
BRADFORDHow can we make poverty history?
With Peter Morgan
Thu 7 Apr, 7pmVictoria Hotel, Bridge Street (opposite Interchange).
BRISTOLDebt, disaster and the G8
With Huw Williams
Wed 23 Mar, 7pmKuumba Arts Centre, Hepburn Road, St Pauls.
DERBYDebt, disaster and the G8Thu 14 Apr, 7.15pmWest Indian Community Centre (off Trinity Street).
HUDDERSFIELDHow can we make poverty history? Wed 13 Apr, 6pmCoffeevolution,
Church Street.
MANCHESTERHow capitalism underdeveloped Africa
With Charlie Kimber
plus film showing of Amandla!, African food and music
Wed 20 Apr, 6.30pmFriends Meeting House, Mount Street .
NEWCASTLEHow capitalism underdeveloped Africa
With Chris Harman
Thu 31 Mar, 7pmWorld Head Quarters,
Carliol Square.
NORTH LONDONHow capitalism underdeveloped Africa
With Yuri Prasad
Wed 13 Apr, 7pmWest Indian Cultural Centre, Clarendon Road, N8.
NORTH WEST LONDONHow capitalism underdeveloped Africa
With Weyman Bennett
Wed 30 Mar, 7pmPaddington Arts Centre, Woodfield Road.
SHEFFIELDHow capitalism underdeveloped AfricaSun 3 Apr, 6pmTrippets Wine Bar,
Trippets Lane.
SOUTH LONDONHow capitalism underdeveloped Africa
With Alex Callinicos and Makola Mayambika,
plus live African music and poetry from Brixton Artists
Wed 30 Mar, 7pmSt Matthew’s Church,
Brixton.

Other SWP Meetings

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BOLTONDemocracy and war in the Middle East
With Neil McAlister,
a speaker from Middle East Democrats and an eyewitness from Palestine
Wed 23 Mar, 7pmSocialist Club,
Wood Street.
CARDIFFThe suffragettes and how women won the voteWed 23 Mar, 7pmO’Neills Bar,
Trinity Street
(nr The Hayes).
HARLOWThe suffragettes and how women won the vote
With Moira Nolan
Thu 24 Mar, 8pmPolly’s Pantry,
Wych Elm.
LEICESTERJohn Coltrane: jazz, racism and resistance
With Martin Smith
Thu 7 Apr, 7pmCafe Mozart,
London Road.
LIVERPOOLLebanon, Iraq, Syria — can there be peace in the Middle East? Mon 4 Apr, 7pmMerseyside Caribbean Centre,
Upper Parliament Street, Toxteth L8.
NORWICHThe suffragettes and how women won the vote
With Suzanne Jeffery
Thu 24 Mar, 7pmRussell Street Community Centre.
NOTTINGHAMThe suffragettes and how women won the vote
With Sally Campbell
plus rare film footage
Thu 24 Mar, 7pmInternational Community Centre,
Mansfield Road.
PLYMOUTHBattleship Potemkin
Film showing and talk on the 1905 revolution with Mark Thomas
Mon 21 Mar, 7pmVoodoo Lounge,
Mayflower Street.
PORTSMOUTHMurder by assembly line —capitalism and the Holocaust
With Waldemar Maxim
Sun 20 Mar, 7pmCitrus Cafe,
Albert Road.
SOUTH EAST LONDONLebanon, Iraq, Syria — can there be peace in the Middle East?Mon 11 Apr, 7.30pmSt Andrew’s Centre
(cnr Brockley Rd/Wickham Rd).
ST ALBANSSylvia Pankhurst — the suffragettes and how women won the vote
With Judith Orr
Mon 4 Apr, 7pmTrinity Church Hall
(cnr Beaconsfield Rd/ Victoria St).
WALTHAM FORESTThe vote—how it was won and how it was underminedTue 12 Apr, 7pmQuakers Meeting House,
1A Jewel Road (off Hoe St).
WATFORDThe vote—how it was won and how it was undermined
With Moira Nolan
Thu 7 Apr, 7pmWest Watford Community Centre,
Harwoods Road.
WEST LONDONThe vote—how it was won and how it was undermined
With Chris Bambery
Wed 6 Apr, 7pmFriends Meeting House, Woodville Road, Ealing.
WIGANDemocracy and war in the Middle East
With Neil McAlister,
a speaker from Middle East Democrats and an eyewitness from Palestine
Thu 24 Mar, 7pmThe Anvil,
Dorning Street.
WOLVERHAMPTONThe vote—how it was won and how it was undermined
With Peter Morgan
Wed 23 Mar, 7pmLighthouse,
Chubb Buildings,
Fryer Street.
YORKThe suffragettes and how women won the vote
With Candy Udwin
Wed 23 Mar, 7pmPriory Street Centre.

Book launch

MANCHESTERStop the War — the story of Britain’s biggest mass movement
With Lindsey German (StWC convenor),
Andrew Murray (StWC chair) and local contributors,
plus poetry, exhibition and video footage
Organised by Bookmarks and the Stop the War Coalition.
Tue 5 Apr, doors 6.30pm, start 7pmCross Street Unitarian Chapel.

Movement events

HACKNEYGenoa Justice Campaign benefit
With Motiv, DJ Moth and guests
Fri 1 Apr, 8.30pm ’til late, £5Z-Bar,
58 Stoke Newington High Street, N16.


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Meetings And Events
Sat 19 Mar 2005, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1943
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