13 Feb 2011
‘How can we resist?’ Jody M and Lowkey!
Last week it was mutiny, I think this week I will take a look at this, see you there, political parties are necessary but sharp edge is imaginative new forms of political structure, you need electoral parties and need to take power change structures but you need this as well.....change is coming or the human race is going!
‘How can we resist?’ – Public meeting
Time – Friday 18th February, 7pm
Location – ‘The Venue’, University of London Union, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HY [nearest tube - Russell Square]
The second meeting of The Equality Movement, ‘How can we resist?’:
Chaired by Lowkey.
Hip-hop artist and political activist.
Panel discussion with:
Political commentator and former PLO representative.
Ex-soldier, refused to serve.
President of the University of London Union.
Writer for the Independent and author of ‘Life on Wheels’.
Speaker on recent events in Tunisia/Egypt – tbc.
Followed by questions from the floor and discussion.
THIS IS A FREE EVENT AND ALL AGES ARE WELCOME!!
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