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Sustainable Living Armidale (SLA) Forum holds a forum on the first Thursday of the month at 7pm at Kent House, 141 Faulkner Street, opposite Central Park, entry by gold coin donation, see also
http://slaati.org/?page_id=109

Meet members and supporters of Socialist Alliance New England. Introduction of individual members and the branch followed by a branch meeting. Join us for tea, coffee and brunch. We contribute according to our means, that is, it is up to individuals to decide if and how much they contribute. At the Jacaranda Room in Hughes Huse behind Kent House, 141 Faulkner Street.

Armidale Action on Coal Seam Gas and Mining (AACSGaM) meets on the third Monday of the month at 6pm at the Royal Hotel, see also https://www.facebook.com/groups/367636486712400/

This is your chance to see the documentary Guarding the Galilee and join the battle to stop the biggest coal mine in Australia. Followed by discussion. At the Stro at the University of New England, Armidale.

Armidale Rural Australians for Refugees (ARAR) meet on the third Wednesday of the month at 5:15pm at Kent House, 141 Faulkner Street, opposite Central Park, see also
http://slaati.org/?page_id=3559

This film is an important reminder of the lies and manipulation the United States and their allies use to discredit anyone who dares to state publicly that “trickle down” is in fact “gush up” and that there is an alternative to the destructive capitalist system.

Hugo Chávez said so and acted on it. The empire is keen to strike back and reverse any gains already made on the road to a just society based on solidarity and cooperation. As usual, the main stream media are complicit in spreading misrepresentations or outright lies — then and now.

New England Friends of Green Left present Blood on the Coal - The Story of Queensland's Coal Miners and Their Union.

March Armidale meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 6pm at the Imperial Hotel.

New England Friends of Green Left present Blood on the Coal - The Story of Queensland's Coal Miners and Their Union.

At McCrossin’s Mill, 24-28 Salisbury St, Uralla. Bassam and Rami, a Palestinian and Israeli, were once dedicated fighters willing to kill and be killed by one another for the sake of their nations. Yet each one of them came face to face with the price of war when their daughters were killed in the conflict. Left with the excruciating pain of bereavement, they chose to do the unexpected. They set out on a joint journey to humanize the very enemy, which took the dearest thing from them and prevent the vicious cycle of retaliation in themselves and their societies.

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