A Kinetic Energy Theatre Company Inc production celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Aboriginal freedom rides.
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Because it happens to be an emergency and there is no Planet B....Last year, the inaugural Live Red Art festival and exhibition joined 400 people, 25 artists and 5 bands in a glorious day of carnivalesque rebellion at Marrickville's Addison Road Centre. This year, we want to do it all again in September at the artist-run At The Vanishing Point gallery in Newtown, so to launch Live Red Art we are having a party and we want you all to come.

At The Vanishing Point, 565 King Street Newtown.

6pm Friday May 13

Victoria Park, Chippendale

Join Aboriginal Rights activist Cathy Eatock at the Socialist Alliance / Green Left Weekly stall at YABUN 2014. Cathy will talk about current and former governments' efforts to dispossess Aboriginal people from their land, culture and language and discuss ideas about how to support the struggles against racism.

YABUN, presented by the Gadigal Information Service, is about supporting Aboriginal Australians and other First Nations people through our own broadcasting, online and physical spaces.

Cnr Jane & Station Streets, Penrith (Penrith Train Station)
Its time to show the NSW State Government and The Next Generation/ Dial a Dump, we are serious, we aren't going away, and we will not let an Incinerator be built near our homes, schools and community. Please wear red to represent the danger that The Worlds Largest Incinerator will pose to our health, air and water. Bring a sign, Bring drums, noise makers and musicians.
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Four days of contemporary Australian jazz by leading jazz & improvised music performers in an acoustic concert environment right in the middle of the Inner West. Plus 'Empire', a short play by Kinetic Energy Theatre Co with double bassist Abel Cross.

Thursday 27 from 7pm: Mannell, van Reyk & Constable Percussion Trio. Empire. Standard Practice with David Levy & Don Reid. Mark Isaacs Trio.
Friday 28 from 7pm: 3ofmillions. Paul McNamara with Schmoe Elhai. Empire. Ben Hauptmann's BOB Band.

With Professor Stephen Simpson, Director of the Charles Perkins Centre; Professor Ian Olver AM, CEO of the Australian Cancer Council; Associate Professor Ruth Colagiuri; Professor Linda Connor, Mr Phil Laird and Dr Tiho Ancev, for a panel discussion and Q&A moderated by Mark Ogge, Beyond Zero Emissions.

Medical Foundation Auditorium, The University of Sydney, 92-94 Parramatta Road Camperdown. RSVP essential.

Sydney premiere of a new film on the coup in Honduras against the elected pro-poor government of Manuel Zelaya, and the ongoing resistance of the people against the coup plotters.

Maritime Union Office, 365 Sussex St, Sydney. Organised by the Latin American Social Forum.

Resistance Bookshop, 22 Mountain St, Ultimo
Join Green Left Weekly for an evening of poetry and hip hop to express/celebrate resistance and struggle! With renowned people's poets Lizzy Jarret, Ken Canning, hip hop legend Esky and many many more. Call 0403 517 266 to offer your poetic prowess or find out more. Tasty affordable meal available. Entry $7 concesssion, $12 waged, $20 solidarity. All funds going towards Green Left Weekly.
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Members will be able to make suggestions regarding events we should be building and promoting through 2012. We will also be electing our branch officers, committee and convenor. BBQ lunch available from 1pm (veg option). Resistance Activist Centre, Shop 3, 29 Macquarie St, Parramatta.

Where: Event Cinemas Burwood, Belgrave Cinema, Hoyts  Weatherill Park
Part of nation-wide film screenings of this documentary by Amanda (Mandy) King & Fabio Cavadini Frontyard Films about the urgent need to settle the maritime boundary between Timor Leste (East Timor) and Australia on a fair and just basis. 
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