Jobs with Justice! National day of action. 1pm. State Library, Swanston St, City.

Irish/American punk band Flogging Molly released their fifth studio album, Speed of Darkness in 2011, that takes on the situation facing US working people. With The Lawrence Arms and Lucero. 8pm. Palace Theatre, 20-30 Bourke St, City.

Come along and enjoy West Papuan culture; Support West Papuan political prisoners. Speaker: Rev. Peter Woods (ex-missionary West Papua & longtime worker for West Papuan self-determination). 2pm. St Lukes Uniting Church, 94 Essex Rd, Mt Waverley. $10 (or donation; children free). For more info ph Shereen 0461 596 857 or Faye 0402 853 147.

Indigenous and Grassroots Movements Solidarity Gathering
Kulin Nations - Latin America - Asia Pacific
7-8 October
10am - 5pm
Melbourne Trades Hall
Narrm (Melbourne),
54 Victoria St, Carlton VIC 3053

This gathering will bring speakers from Latin America, so-called Australia, West Papua, New Zealand and other communities & peoples to share their struggles, setbacks and victories.

These myriad struggles are facing the impact of multiational corporations and capitalist and neoliberal policies.

Saturday, March 28

Written by celebrated indigenous playwright John Harding, the play examines the story of Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheenner, who were among 16 Tasmanian Aborigines brought to Melbourne from Hobart by Chief Protector of Aborigines George Augustus Robinson in 1839. 2pm. La Mama Courthouse, 349 Drummond Street, Carlton. $5. Bookings at La Mama or phone 9347 6142.

Sunday, March 20

2pm. State Library, 328 Swanston St, City. Organised by Refugee Advocacy Network.

Finger food at 12.30pm.

Climate Action Centre,
Trades Hall,
Cnr Lygon and Victoria Sts,


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