Occupy Melbourne's Indigenous Working Group serves an eviction notice on Melbourne City Council and Lord Mayor Robert Doyle. In response to the violent attack on the democratic right to protest, including the brutal attack on several Indigenous activists, we invite the 99% to join us in this action to defend our human rights and cultural dignity.

We are demanding a treaty with the whole of the Kamerra Nation. Let's recognise the true sovereigns of this land. Let's stop the racist NT Intervention.

City Square, cnr Collins & Swanston Sts, City (marching over the road to Town Hall).

Thursday, October 16, 6:30pm. Speakers: Donna Bennett (Hope St Youth & Family Services); Fiona Ross (Friends of Public Housing); Sean Brockelhurst (Socialist Alliance); MC: Sue Bolton (Socialist Alliance councillor for Moreland). 6:30pm. Old Court House, 1A Main St, Coburg (near Bell St). Presented by Socialist Alliance. For more info ph 9639 8622 or 0413 377 978. (PLEASE NOTE: This is the correct date.)

Hope to see Conch fans, radicals, anyone delighted by Thatcher's death, and of course all others for a night of rebellious tunes and artful solidarity. 9pm. The Penny Black, 420 Sydney Rd, Brunswick.

Rally: Walk together. During Refugee Week we are inviting everyone who is a part of the Australian community to walk together in recognition that although we've all arrived here via different pathways we share a common Australian journey. It's time to walk together into a future where diversity is celebrated, fear is replaced with welcome & where everyone belongs. 1pm. Parliament House, cnr Spring & Bourke Sts, City. Walk to Piazza Italia in Argyle Square, Lygon St, Carlton.

Sunday, October 4

Performers: Margaret RoadKnight, Kavisha Mazzella, Jeff Lang, Monica Weightman, Frank Jones, Enda Kenny, Yolanda Ingley II, Andy White, Mandy Connell, Les Thomas, Celine Yap and Brendon Bonsak. Backing band, The Handsome-Youngs, will include Steve Dagg, Dennis Close, Matthew Arnold, Monica Weightman and more. 2-8pm. The Lomond Hotel, 225 Nicholson St, Melbourne. Fundraiser for the Refugee and Immigration Legal Centre.

A chilling wake-up call about the urgency of the nuclear threat.

Cinema Nova, 380 Lygon St, Carlton. $15/$12.

Abortion rights in Victoria are under threat. The Right to Life is organising a 'March for the Babies' on October 8, wanting to recriminalise abortion. This anti-choice mobilisation is to bolster reactionary efforts to establish the 'rights' of the foetus and wind back Victoria's 2008 reform, which decriminalised abortion. Pro-choicers will rally to make our message loud and clear: 'We won't go back! Full reproductive rights for all women now!'

Parliament House, Spring St, Melbourne.

Saturday, June 28

9:30am. Fertility Control Clinic, 118 Wellington Pde, East Melbourne.

Wednesday, March 13, 6:30pm (meal from 6pm). Resistance Centre, Level 5, 407 Swanston St, City (opposite RMIT). Have you ever wondered why violence against women is so widespread or why women in Australia earn nearly 20% less than men. Why is it that women still do most of the unpaid work? Has sexism always existed? Is it genetic? What can we do about it? We will discuss all these questions and many more. Organised by Socialist Alliance. For more info ph 9639 8622.

On Australia Day 2008 respected Aboriginal elder, Mr Ward, died in the back of a prison transport van. Temperatures outside were in the 40s. Air-conditioning in the van failed. By the end of the 4 hour journey Mr Ward was suffering from third degree burns and could not be revived.


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