Watch a film with us: Class Dismissed: How TV Frames the Working Class on Saturday June 20 at 6.30pm. The film examines whether TV portrayals of the working class are accurate, and how they affect the ways viewers think and behave. Salvation Army Worship and Community Centre, 70 Marion St, Unley. Ph Matthew Buckley 0406 822 894.
March at a rally to welcome refugees on Saturday June 20 at 11am. King George Square. Ph Paul 3392 3843. Email.
Meet the author at a book launch: Women of Steel on Sunday June 14 at 4pm. The story of the struggle of women for employment at BHP’s steel plant in Wollongong in the 1980s, with co-author Carla Gorton. Conservatory Bar, 12-14 Lake St. Ph Jonathan 0437 790 306. Email.
Come to a book launch: Women of Steel on Friday June 12 at 5.30pm. The story of the struggle of women for employment at BHP’s steel plant in Wollongong in the 1980s. Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers St.
Learn something at a public meeting: An evening with Cornel West on Friday June 12 at 6.30pm. African-American philosopher, academic, activist, author, public intellectual, and member of the Democratic Socialists of America. MCEC, 1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf.
Have fun at a Refugee Welcome Fiesta and Walk on Sunday June 14 at 11am. Exotic food stalls, arts & crafts, face painting, music and dancing. Fremantle Esplanade. Hosted by the City of Fremantle and the Refugee Rights Action Network.
Join us at a film: Radical Wollongong on Saturday June 20 at 3pm. An account of the militant history of Wollongong. Entry $15/$10 conc. Excelsior Hall, Thirroul Community Centre, 352 Lawrence Hargrave Dr, Thirroul.