Brisbane

Support action for Plowshares activists Jim, Franz, Andy and Tim who face trial for a March 1 action in which they removed a sword from a war memorial and beat it into a plowshare

Gather Roma St Forum then walk to Brisbane Magistrates Court

Politics in the Pub featuring a panel from across the spectrum of the mining debate, the evening will dissect the key arguments facing Queensland’s mining industry.

Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington St, New Farm

 

Rally and temporary sit-in to #StopAdani. Music from 5pm, speeches 5:30 to 6pm.

Middle of Queen St Mall (Albert St intersection), Brisbane

Organised by Galilee Blockade & Jonathan Sri's office.

50 years since his death, his legacy lives on. Music and poetry from Alberto Revelo, Jumping Fences, Juanito Zepeda, Voz de Mujeres Hispanoamericanas, Alex Bainbridge.

Kurilpa Hall, 174 Boundary St, West End.

Entry by donation. Organised by Australian Solidarity with Latin America and Australia-Cuba Friendship Society.

Updates on the state of the Great Barrier Reef, information on our new focus for the Reef campaign over the coming year, launch of our new campaign name and logo and the chance to hear about how you can be part of the fight!

Wandering Cooks, 1 Fish Ln, South Brisbane

Organised by Australian Marine Conservation Society

Show support for Ahed Tamimi when she is scheduled to face an Israeli military court on the 11th March. Bring banners, placards and most importantly your energy and conviction.

King George Square, Brisbane city.

Organised by Justice for Palestine.

Show support for the Oakey Coal Action Alliance in their legal challenge to the Acland coal mine.

363 George St, Brisbane.

Teacher and union activist Adrian Skerritt will report back from this year’s Labor Notes conference in Chicago including details about the inspiring union struggles in the US like the 13 day West Virginia teachers strike which won a pay rise for all state employees.

The RedBrick Hotel, 83 Annerley Rd, Wooloongabba

23 years after Oliver Stone's original archetype of 80s excess comes the sequel - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Come to this special advance screening and support Australia's #1 progressive media Green Left Weekly. 6.30pm Sept 26, Palace Barracks Cinema, Petrie Tce, Brisbane. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL Ph: 0423 741 734 or 3831 2644: Tickets $18 waged, $13 concession, $25 solidarity.

Regular branch meeting, new members welcome.

Albion Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Rd, Windsor (near Albion station).

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