Gumbramorra Hall, Addison Road Community Centre
142 Addison Rd, Marrickville

Lets celebrate the UN International Year of Solidarity with a good night out – a great trivia night out! You’re all invited and please bring your friends and family!

Frontyard, 228 Illawarra Rd, Marrickville
This free social event will be happening after the June meeting of the Inner West Sydney branch of the Australian Unemployed Workers' Union (AUWU). A barbeque (with vege options) is to be provided by members of the Maritime Services Union of Australia (MUA). There will also be coffee and tea available. If you want to come to the meeting beforehand it will be at Marrickville Library from 3.30pm until 5.30pm in the Community Room. Everyone is welcome.

A night of conscious hip-hop at The Factory Theatre, headlined by London-based poet, playwright, political activist and award-winning rapper LOWKEY, supported by homegrown artists Cuzco, Nomasy, comedy duo Fear of a Brown Planet and special guests.

Born of mixed Iraqi and English descent, LOWKEY has had one of his singles reach No. 1 on iTunes and Amazon hip-hop charts; has toured internationally with hip-hop legends Immortal Technique, Dead Prez and Canibus; and on YouTube has received over one million view counts.

Saturday November 10, 7pm. Leichhardt Town Hall, Norton St, Leichhardt.

Defending WikiLeaks, defending free press is the theme of this year's Green Left Weekly solidarity dinner. Special guest dinner speaker is Christine Assange, who will talk about defending Wikileaks, Julian Assange and Ecuador. Plus Latin Dance band, delicious dinner, drinks, and more, all supporting alternative media. Saturday November 10, 7pm. Leichhardt Town Hall, Norton St. $30 waged, $20 concession, $50 solidarity. Please book! Call Trick 8070 9331.

Launch of a plan for a zero emissions economy by 2020. MC Quentin Dempster (ABCTV Stateline)

Sydney Town Hall for free on Thursday 12 August.

Politics in the Pub, Gaelic Club, 1/64 Devonshire St, Surry Hills
Speaking on Australia's collusion with the US: Dr Brian Martin and Dr Aloysia Brooks, both from the University of Wollongong.
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Come along to meet Hazara, Tamil, Iranian and other asylum seekers in Villawood Detention Centre who have escaped persecution and are now languishing behind razor wire. Bring 100 points of ID and your compassion. Contact us for more information about what food and gifts you can bring, as some items are banned. No deportations! End mandatory detention! Free the refugees! Meet at Leightonfield train station at 12pm.

Stirrup Gallery, Addison Rd Community Ctre, Marrickville
Roberto Chile is a photographer, filmmaker, and curator of Cuban art. His career as a documentary-maker was closely linked to the work of the central historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro. Chile documented and filmed the political life of this iconic internationalist revolutionary leader from 1984 to 2006, accompanying Fidel as his personal cameraman. Opening: Sat Nov 26, 3pm.

A film about international solidarity. Colombia is the trade union murder capital of the world - since 2002, more than 470 workers’ leaders have been killed, usually by paramilitaries hired by private companies intent on crushing unions. The film will be followed by a Q&A with Edgar Páez, Colombian trade union leader and national director of SINALTRAINAL (National Food Industry Workers Union).
Trades Hall Auditorium, 4 Goulburn St. Organised by LASNET, supported by Unions NSW, ETU (Vic), AMWU, CFMEU(ME), LHMU, FoE.

His best film yet, as we hurtle toward another economic crisis it is timely to watch Moore's outrage at a system that bails out the rich while the poor suffer. Using anger and humour, the film helps us step back and ask whether a world where people and planet are slaves to profit has any future....and what alternatives could be created? Dinner available 6pm. Resistance Centre, 22 Mountain St, Ultimo. Donation entry $10 waged, $6 conc.


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