SlutWalk Perth

The only people to blame for sexual violence are people who commit sexual violence.

Gather: Stirling Gardens, cnr Barrack St & St Georges Tce, Perth. March to Russel Square, Northbridge.

Inside Job

Film Showing . Inside Job Directed by Charles Ferguson and Narrated by Matt Damon. The Global Economic Crisis of 2008 cost tens of millions of people their savings, their jobs and their homes. This is how it happened. Saturday October 22 at 4 pm. Hobart Activist centre 225 Murray Street Hobart. Entry $10/$6 conc. donation.

Blackheath History Forum: Thomas Keneally

Many would be familiar with Australians: Origins to Eureka, the first of a three volume history of Australia by author Thomas Keneally. This is a new kind of history centred on the humanity of our national tale and the colourful nature of our unique character. In this lecture, Keneally will preview the second volume. By special arrangement, advance copies of Volume 2 will be available at the forum.

Blackheath History Forum,
Saturday October 22, 3.30pm,
Blackheath Public School,
cnr Great Western Highway & Leichhardt St, Blackheath
Entry $5

Wentworth Falls: Indigenous rights film, Our Generation

Journalist and author Jeff McMullen will speak at a screening of Our Generation, a fillm by Sinem Saban and Damien Curtis. It examines "unresolved issues around Aboriginal rights and Indigenous disadvantage" and features the music of Yothu Yindi, Archie Roach, Gurrumul and the John Butler trio.

Thursday October 27, 6.30pm,
Wentworth Falls School of Arts, Great Western Highway.
Free entry.

Organised by Blue Mountains People for Reconciliation.
Phone Lyn at 4758 6811 for more info.

Katoomba: Footlight Festival - promoting sustainable living

There will be lots of stalls, talks, workshops, music, kid's entertainment and more.
Saturday, October 22, from 12 noon.

North Katoomba Primary School,
cnr Mistral and Barton St, Katoomba.

If you'd like to help out on the combined Katoomba Area Climate action Now/Transition Blue Mountains stall please contact

If you'd like to contact Transition Blue Mountains please email: or ph 47824897. More information is available at

Mt Victoria: Politics@the Pictures -- Salt of the Earth

The Blue Mountains Union Council is screening Salt of the Earth, the 1950s classic, once-banned movie about a bitter strike by Mexican-American mineworkers in New Mexico, for racial equality in their working conditions.
The screening will raise funds for the Blue Mountains Women's Health and Resource Centre.
Saturday, November 12, 8.15pm,
Mt Vic Flicks,
Harvey Ave, Mt Victoria
Tickets $10/$8 conc.
Contact Debra on 4787 1401 for info or tickets.


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