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Northcote Uniting Church, 251 High St, Northcote.

For more info call Latin America Solidarity Network.

Wednesday, December 2

John Ford won the 1940 Oscar as best director for this brilliant screen adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel of an Oklahoma family, who, after losing their farm during the Great Depression in the 1930s, become migrant workers and end up in California. 10:45am. Cinema Nova, 380 Lygon St, Carlton.

with The Duvtons
8pm, Billboard The Venue, Melbourne, VIC, $49 (+ bf)

Dead Kennedys are one of the most popular and important American punk bands, and they are returning to Australia for three special shows this April. Dead Kennedys play Melbourne on April 6, Brisbane on April 7 and Sydney on April 9.
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They formed in San Francisco in 1978 when vocalist Jello Biafra answered a music paper advert placed by guitarist East Bay Ray. They were joined by bassist Klaus Flouride, drummer Ted, and

Friends of Baucau and Friends of Aileu are proud to invite you to a new Australian play by Mari Lourey and directed by Nadja Kostich, which will premiere at fortyfivedownstairs, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, as a special La Mama presentation.

The play is set in the world of photojournalism and set in East Timor, the Balkans and Iraq. The play was shortlisted for the 2008 Patrick White award and was the recipient of the R.E. Ross Trust Award.

For more about Bare Witness see the forty-five downstairs website.

Tony Abbott and Joe Hockey have handed down the most brutal budget in recent history. It cannot go unanswered by our movement.

There will be an All Unions General Meeting - 6pm Tuesday 20 May 2014 in the New Council Chambers, Trades Hall, 54 Victoria St, Carlton South to discuss the movement’s response.

All union members are welcome to attend.

Featuring: Coloured Stone. 10am-2pm. Melbourne Town Hall.

A fundraiser to help our community campaign to stop HRL building a new coal power station in Victoria! Join us for a night of questions, games and awesome prizes plus Rod Quantock as quizmaster!
Book now for special early bird prices. $20/$15 or book at table of 8 for $120.

7:30pm (for 8pm start).

Richmond Town Hall, 333 Bridge Rd, Richmond.

Supported by City of Yarra, Friends of the Earth, Pants to Poverty, CERES Fair Food, La Mama Theatre, Breakdown Press.

Monday, November 25

Speakers: Aoife Reddy (former Salvo worker on Nauru); Hayley Byrnes (former teacher on Manus Island); Mohammad Baqiri (refugee detained on Nauru under John Howard); Eliot Hoving (Refugee Action Collective). 6:30pm. Multicultural Hub, 506 Elizabeth St, City. Hosted by Refugee Action Collective.

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