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Launch of the new book about militant, rank and file wharfie Wal Stubbings.

Avid Reader Bookshop and Cafe, 193 Boundary St, West End

Sponsored by Maritime Union of Australia and the Brisbane Labour History Association.

The idea behind this meeting to kick off building an alliance of groups and individuals acting to stage coordinated protest action against the upcoming G20 Leaders' Summit, November 15-16, 2014, Brisbane.
With media stories beginning to come out about the preparations for G20, now is a perfect time to come together in the spirit of openness and collaboration to coordinate the strongest possible people's response.

Level 2, TLC Building (QLD Council of Unions), 16 Peel St, South Brisbane

Rally and march for refugee rights

King George Square, Brisbane city

Unconventional protest and temporary blockade against the removal of bike lanes from Victoria Bridge.

Gather southern side of Victoria Bridge (outside QPAC), South Brisbane

Organised by Right to the City

Rally against unsafe coal and gas mining: Protect people's health from risky CSG; stop Acland Coal destroying our farms; don't frack the outback; make mining giants pay to clean up their mess.

Speakers corner (end of George St), Parliament House, Brisbane

Organised by Lock the Gate

Roadside action calling for votes for candidates who will support abortion rights

Stones Corner Library, 280 Logan Rd, Greenslopes.

Organised by Women's Abortion Rights Campaign

How should we remember the Russian Revolution? Speakers include: Associate Professor Andrew Bonnell; Jeff Rickertt (Brisbane labour historian and activist); & Alison Stewart (Cloudland Collective).

The Boundary Hotel, 137 Boundary Street, West End

Hosted by Brisbane Labour History Association and the Cloudland Collective.

Guest speakers (Debbie Jones and Yari Silva-Cabezas) (free) followed by celebration/party ($10).

Spanish Club, 244 Mortimer Rd, Acacia Ridge.

Organised by Australian Solidarity with Latin America

This documentary captures the power and passion of people taking extraordinary action to stop Adani from building one of the biggest coal mines in the world, near the Great Barrier Reef.

Wandering Cooks, cnr Fish Lane & Cordelia St, South Brisbane

How do climate professionals discuss expected climate impacts with friends and families?

Friends of the Earth Brisbane, 20 Burke St, Wooloongabba

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