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Come find out in a COVID-safe tour, about Sydney's feminist history — the women, queers and the militant class struggle events excluded from the annals of public memory because they challenge the order of establishment patriarchal governments.

A feminist people's history walk, this expedition will stop at Aboriginal and women convict rebellion sites, locations of queer uprisings, migrant women uprising mementos and sites of women's literary and journalistic endeavours.

Online Film Fundraiser: Stingray Sisters
Friday August 28th, 6:30pm

Sir! No Sir! is a 2005 documentary about the anti-war movement within the ranks of the United States Armed Forces during the Vietnam War. At a time when the Australian military is rocked by the exposure of war crimes by supposedly "elite" soldiers, this is an inspiring history of resistance from within the military.

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Wild Things: A Year on the Frontline of Environmental Activism, Brisbane premiere at New Farm Cinema. Join us for a special advance screening at 630pm and Q&A at 8pm with Director Sally Ingleton & Bob Brown via zoom -On The Big Screen and Adani Activist Andy Paine and moderator Debra Beattie Live -In Cinema

A film about the historic "Jobs for Women" campaign in Wollongong in the 1980s. Includes Q&A with film maker Robynne Murphy.

Screening of the Women of Steel about the Jobs for Women campaign in the 1980s.

Did you miss Green Left's screening of the new documentary Santiago Rising? Don't worry, because we are happy to once again, in collaboration with Alborada Films, give you the chance to see it.

Santiago Rising takes place on the streets of Chile’s capital city in late 2019, as large public protests over economic inequality engulf the country.

Santiago Rising
Directed by Nick MacWilliam, 89 mins, Alborada Films, 2021
February 27, 6pm (AEDT)
A quarter of proceeds raised will go to Green Left.

Help celebrate Green Left's 30th anniversary

Sat March 27, 7pm AEDT
(7pm NSW, Vic, ACT, Tas; 6:30pm SA; 6pm Qld; 5:30pm NT; 4pm WA)

Online celebration featuring supporters from around the world, how you can get involved in Green Left and guest speaker Kavita Krishnan, feminist and CPI-ML (Liberation) leader.

India is on the move for the rights of farmers and against privatisation and corporate monopolies.

The mass movement, which started in 2020, is generating solidarity from people across India as well as around the world, including Australia.

Songs of Working Life Fundraiser with Phil Monsour.

May Day on May Day: Capitalism in Crisis
Annual Green Left May Day Dinner
Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers Street, Geelong
Tickets: $20 Unwaged, $30 Waged, $40 Solidarity

Due to COVID restrictions, tickets are limited to 55 so don't miss out!

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