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Issue No. 1949

How can we make poverty history?

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BARNSLEYHow capitalism underdeveloped AfricaWed 25 May, 7.30pmBarnsley Library,
Shambles Street
BIRMINGHAMHow can we make poverty history? Thu 19 May, 7.30pmCarrs Lane Church Centre
BURNLEYHow can we make poverty history?
With Geoff Brown
Wed 25 May, 7.30pmBrierfield Community Centre, Colne Rd
CARDIFFHow can we make poverty history?
With Amy Leather
Wed 11 May, 7.30pmO’Neills, Trinity Street
(near The Hayes)
CHESTERFIELDHow capitalism underdeveloped Africa
With Charlie Kimber
Wed 25 May, 7pmAssembly Rooms,
Market Hall
COVENTRYHow can we make poverty history? Thu 19 May, 7.30pmEarlsden Methodist Hall, Earlsden Avenue
EAST LONDONHow capitalism underdeveloped Africa and how it can be free
With Gary McFarlane
Wed 18 May, 7.30pmBryant Street Centre, Stratford E15
HACKNEYHow can we make poverty history?
With Chris Bambery
Wed 18 May, 7pmAcorn Room,
Hackney Empire,

291 Mare Street

HARLOWDebt, disaster and the G8Thu 19 May, 8pmPolly’s Pantry, Wych Elm


How capitalism underdeveloped Africa
With Yuri Prasad
plus African food & music
Wed 25 May, 7pmBrudenell Social Club, Queens Rd, Hyde Park
LEICESTERHow capitalism underdeveloped Africa
With Chris Nineham
Wed 18 May, 7pmCafe Mozart, London Road
LIVERPOOLHow capitalism underdeveloped AfricaMon 16 May, 7pmMerseyside Caribbean Centre,
Upper Parliament Street, L8
MANCHESTERHow capitalism underdeveloped Africa and how it can be free
With Charlie Kimber
plus film showing of Amandla! and African food
Fri 20 May, 6.30pmFriends Meeting House, Mount Street
NORWICHHow can we make poverty history?
With Kelly Hilditch
Thu 26 May, 7pmRussell Street
Community Centre


How capitalism underdeveloped Africa
With Viv Smith
Mon 16 May, 7.30pmVoodoo Lounge,
Mayflower Street
SOUTHENDDebt, disaster and the G8
With Candy Udwin
Wed 18 May, 7.30pmRailway Hotel,
Clifton Road
ST ALBANSHow capitalism underdeveloped Africa
With Hannah Dee
Mon 16 May, 7pmTrinity Church Hall
(corner Beaconsfield Road/Victoria Street)
WOLVERHAMPTONDebt, disaster and the G8
With Tom Whittaker
Thu 19 May, 7.30pmThe Lighthouse,
Chubb Buildings,
Fryer Street
YORKHow can we make poverty history?
With Chris Nineham
Tue 3 May, 7.30pmDenham Room,
Priory Street Centre

Other SWP Meetings

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BRADFORDMalcolm X, Martin Luther King and the struggle for black liberation
With Kevin Ovenden
Thu 19 May, 7pmVictoria Hotel, Bridge Street
BRISTOLWhere is the British economy going?
With Martin Upchurch
Wed 11 May, 7.30pmKuumba Arts Centre, Hepburn Rd,
St Pauls
CAMBRIDGEFrom Che to Chavez — Latin America in revolt
With Chris Harman
Thu 19 May, 7.30pmIndian Cultural and Community Centre,
Old Library, Mill Road
DERBYMalcolm X and the struggle for black liberation
With Weyman Bennett
Thu 19 May, 7.15pmWest Indian Community Centre, Carrington Street
(off Trinity Street)
EXETERWho really runs the world? Sun 15 May, 7pmKing Ludd,
New Bridge Street
HUDDERSFIELDThe revolutionary

ideas of Karl Marx
With Peter Morgan

Wed 11 May, 6pmCoffeevolution, Church Street
KENTWhy refugees are welcome hereThu 12 May, 7.30pmSt Peter’s Church,
Canterbury High Street
(near Cricketers)
NEWCASTLEFrom Che to Chavez — Latin America in revoltThu 26 May, 7.30pmDog and Parrot,
Westgate Road
(opp Life Centre)
NORTH LONDONFrom Che to Chavez — Latin America in revolt
With Chris Harman
Wed 18 May, 7.30pmWest Indian Cultural Centre,
Clarendon Rd, N8
NORTH WEST LONDONThe revolutionary ideas of Karl Marx
With Alex Callinicos
Tue 17 May, 7.30pmPaddington Arts Centre, Woodfield Road
NORTHAMPTONThe revolutionary ideas of Karl MarxThu 19 May, 7.30pmBar Soviet,
Bridge Street
NOTTINGHAMFrom Che to Chavez — Latin America in revolt
With Chris Bambery
Thu 26 May, 7.30pmInternational Community Centre,
61b Mansfield Road

(near Victoria Centre)

PRESTONLenin — a revolutionary for the 21st centuryWed 18 May, 7.30pmUnity Community Centre, Shepherd Street
SHEFFIELDThe revolutionary ideas of Karl Marx
With Judith Orr
Wed 18 May, 7.30pmShowroom Cinema, Paternoster Row
SOUTH LONDONWhy is the education system failing black boys? Wed 18 May, 7.30pmPlan B,
418 Brixton Road, SW9
SOUTHAMPTONThe myths of Zionism
With John Rose
Thu 19 May, 7.30pmSir James Matthews Building,
Southampton Institute,
157-187 Above Bar Street
WALTHAM FORESTFrom Che to Chavez — Latin America in revoltThu 19 May, 7.30pmQuakers Meeting House,
1A Jewel Rd
(off Hoe Street)
WATFORDLabour, the trade unions and the rank and file
With Dave Davies
Thu 12 May, 7.30pmWest Watford Community Centre, Harwood Road

Socialist Worker Student Society

CENTRAL LONDON The revolutionary ideas of Karl Marx
With Chris Nineham
Thu 12 May, 6.30pm Both in Room 2B,
University of London Union,
Malet Street, W1E
Lebanon, Ukraine, Georgia — can the velvet revolutions bring democracy?
With Chris Bambery
Thu 19 May, 6.30pm

Respect events

BRISTOLFundraising dinner
With speakers and music
Sat 30 Apr, 7pmBarton Hill Settlement,
Ducie Road, Lawrence Hill
EAST LONDONRespect for John Coltrane
With Martin Smith
Sat 30 Apr, 9pmBoth at
49 Hanbury Street, E1
(off Brick Lane)
Sylvia Pankhurst
With Mark Steel
Mon 2 May, 9pm
LIVERPOOLMay Day Celebration
Open mic acoustic night (and DJs)
Sun 1 May, 7pm until lateHev 'n' Hell Club, Fleet Street
SHEFFIELDMay Day Cabaret
With Mark Steel plus live music
Sun 1 May, 7.30pm till 11pmInstitute for the Blind,
Mappin Street, City Centre
(off West Street)
TOTTENHAMStand up for Respect
With Mark Steel and special guests, plus music by Motiv (jazz, hip-hop, funk)
Thu 28 Apr, 7pm until lateEzgi Bar and Restaurant,
783 Tottenham High Road
£20/£15 including buffet meal and cabaret
For tickets and details phone 07950 280 908
NORTH WESTPensions not war rallyTue 3 May, 7.30pmStretford Public Hall,
Chester Road, Manchester (near Stretford Metro)

Globalise Resistance

NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2005With Patrick Bond, Eric Toussaint, Jean Lambert MEP, David Miller, Sue Branford, Alex Callinicos, Sami Ramadani, Nadine Finch, Billy Hayes
Workshops include:
  • An alternative commission for Africa
  • Is the US winning in the Middle East?
  • Mobilising for the G8; Refugees — at the sharp end of globalisation
  • Can we stop climate change?
Sat 28 May, 10am-5pmSouth Camden Community School, Charrington Street, NW1 (tube: Euston/Mornington Crescent)
For details phone

020 7053 2071 or go to

Socialist Film Club

LONDONHearts and Minds
Introduced by Jonathan Neale
Peter Davis’ landmark documentary confronting US involvement in Vietnam
Fri 13 May, 7pmGustav Tuck lecture theatre,
Main building, University College London,
Gower Street
(tube: Warren Street/Euston Square)
£5/£3. Advance tickets from Bookmarks,
1 Bloomsbury Street WC1 (020 7637 1848)
Organised by the SWP

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Sat 30 Apr 2005, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1949
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