UK Free Spaces Newswire Archive
15-08-2006 23:44STREAMED LIVE THIS THURSDAY
This thursday, 17th August, Aki Nawaz lead singer of the radical rap band Fun-da-mental, will be at the rampART social centre in East London to debate Islamophobia, racisim and the health of freespeech and democracy in the UK. Joining him on the platform will be renowned human rights lawyer Louise Christian, Natacha Atlas, Ken Fero of Injustice Films, Shahrar Ali of the Green Party and John Pandit of Asian Dub Foundation.
The event starts at 6.45pm but if you can't make it you can catch it live online via indymedia.
14-08-2006 18:59. . . . (if you've also checked in case a few jerks might have a criminal gravy-train or cover-ups or "news management" that needs wars + "clampdowns" for even the semblance of success - if so - you need to stop them, + perhaps the even "bigger" peace/change process - see "reopening tactful discussions" + later comments)
- this is about the "surface" practicals - thinking "big"-with realism, if out of "boxes"
14-08-2006 10:29The Sun calls him the suicide bomb rapper, MPs want him arrested and his record company refuses to support his latest album. But would his treatment be the same if he were white?
Aki Nawaz says Exposing the inherent colonial mentality of the British
State is an honour and worth any consequence in any shape or form.
14-08-2006 10:16Birmingham's latest autonomous social centre, The Cottage, will be holding a Acoustic night open to everyone and possibility of a drumming workshop. If you don't have an instrument bring your voice!
10-08-2006 13:20o.s.p. + u.s.a/ israeli thinktank in court in the states for leaking secret info. . . . but the actual crimes are far worse . . . . - world shattering stupidity :
09-08-2006 15:17Forthcoming events at the Cottage Social Centre
09-08-2006 10:45Last week we reported that the block of buildings that includes the rampART social centre had been put up on the market. There is no further news on the sale of the building or any way to forcast the eventual eviction of the rampART but there are plenty of things going on in the building and plenty of opportunity to get involved...
07-08-2006 14:46Skidrow-on-Sea, or Brighton and Hove Council as it is sometimes known, has approved plans for a 40-storey tower block on Brighton Marina.
07-08-2006 12:31"....Don MacLean famously sang: 'I met a girl who sang the blues/ And I asked her for some happy news/ But she just smiled and turned away. I went down to the sacred store/ Where I'd heard the music years before/ But the man there said the music wouldn't play... And the three men I admire most, the father son and the holy ghost - they caught the last train for the coast, the day the music died'.
But that day never came!! Here's what happened....."
05-08-2006 17:41A community and social centre in Sparkbrook, closed and designated for auction by Birmingham city council has been taken over by a local collective, with plans to put it back to community use.
05-08-2006 13:22The Wikipedia page on Brighton has become embroiled in controversy following a link to a page on Brighton.
04-08-2006 08:38Rhythms of Resistance is a growing network of percussion(samba) groups around Europe which shows up to many demonstrations to various issues as well as coming up with their own actions. In Berlin the samba band is quite active and I give with this article an overview about my workshop I did in Novi Sad, North of Serbia, Voyvodina
Pictures will follow during the next days