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UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
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Goodooga, Northern NSW, 12 April -- Aboriginal leaders and elders from seven nations in New South Wales are to meet on 22 April to form a union of Aboriginal Nations. Coming together in Moree, northern NSW, will be representatives of the Euahlay-I, the Anaiwon of the New England tablelands, the Goombangeil of the Nymboida river area, the Dthun-gaddi of the Macleay River, the eastern Gumilaroi, central Gumilaroi and western Gumilaroi and the Murrawarri of the North West of New South Wales. There will be a press conference at 12 noon on Friday, April 22 at the Moree Council Chambers. For further details on this meeting and the press conference contact Michael Anderson on 0061 (0) 7 46250808.
LAST CHANCE FOR DOMESTIC
JURISDICTION TO ACT.
Indigenous Elders from geographic Australia are lodging a writ of mandamus at High Court Registry in Melbourne at 10.00am tomorrow morning on the Wednesday 13 April 2005
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Craig Murray's campaign song, recorded and produced by The Rub, is now online.
Andrea Dworkin, a wonderful and inspirational feminist, died on April 9th. (long article)
This Article was written by a member of a Canadian union and Originally published at http://www.ufcw.net
Racism has an unquestionably destructive effect upon worker solidarity.
What strategies do unions have in place for combating racism within the union?
MG Rover's collapse exposes the ugly face of
capitalism. Occupation to form a co-operative
is the only libertarian socialist solution
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Sorry almose two weeks late with these, totally passed me by!
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The inaugural launch of ASBO Concern took place at Friends Meeting House Euston on the evening of Thursday 7 April 2005.
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Queens Market, a jewel in the crown, one of the few surviving East End markets, can be found at Upton Park in East London. At least it can for now, as the local mayor in collusion with property developers St Modwens wishes to see it destroyed and replaced by an Asda superstore and a block of luxury flats.
National/Regional PSC Caterpillar Kills
Action April 16th 2005
Motorcade and Rally
Show your opposition to house demolitions and casualties
Gather Hopwood Service Station M 42 at 11.0.am
Then Motorcade to Caterpillar Headquarters at Hockley Heath Solihull for a legal drive by.
Make your views known. Bring a letter of protest and a small symbolic object for Managing Director and Board of Caterpillar.
Then convoy to Birmingham, Victoria Square at 2.30.pm and Rally for Palestine.
Someone hasn't read his George Orwell ??
We are in Canterbury on saturday to canvas voters
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There will be a meeting to plan for the Liverpool Social Forum's Mayday Weekend this Thursday
Led by a local samba band, trade justice activists marched through the centre of Southampton on Saturday to call for Poverty to be made History.
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Peter Hain MP PC, Leader of the House of Commons and Lord Privy seal, was visiting Cambridge to address a Labour meeting at which Anne Campbell was to be re-adopted as the Parliamentary Candidate for Cambridge. Since both Anne and Peter Hain are enthusiastic supporters of ID cards -- and since most members of the constituency Labour Party are not -- this was an ideal opportunity to remind those present of the costs and dangers of the government's proposals -- proposals which may be dead for now, but are likely to reappear after the election.
Tatchell detained under Terrorism Act
Windsor public support same-sex marriage rights
Gay marriage ban is illegal under Human Rights Act
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More on the G8 in Sheffield in June. This article by the Yorkshire Post has some interesting info....
This is a summary of the news from Palestine.