A weekly movie night exploring the foundations of the cruel capitalist system of slavery and how we can begin to build a more decent world. Fridays, 7pm. Digger St Arts Collective, 105 Digger St. Organised by the Cairns Radical Media Collective.
Newcastle's own Push-bike festival will celebrate bike culture with many diverse activities this October long weekend. As well as the usual Newcastle bike culture events on every week, all year round, more events have been organised for bike lovers!
THURSDAY 30 Sept:
• Bike Love Fest Events Bike Library (Pick-up or fix bike time)
This event has been re-scheduled to avoid clashing with the Palestine campaign's forum. No longer on the 22nd.
Speakers from the Afghan Hazara community, The Greens, Amnesty International and Refugee Action Collective. Level 2, TLC Building, 16 Peel St, South Brisbane.
Amnesty International and EORA College Tafe NSW's opening night of an art exhibition based on the theme of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. There will be speakers from Eora College, Amnesty International and Nicole Watson, Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning, UTS. Boomalli Aboriginal Arts Gallery, 55-59 Flood St, Leichhardt.
Sequel to Oliver Stone's 1987 movie "Wall Street". As the global economy teeters on the brink of disaster, a young Wall Street trader partners with disgraced former Wall Street corporate raider Gordon Gekko who has just been released from prison. Greater Union Cinemas, King Street, Newcastle. Enquiries: 4926 5328 Benefit for Green left Weekly. Cost is $20 or $15 concession.
Meet at Martin Place, Pitt St, Sydney for the United Nations International Day of Peace.
Forum with Flannery discussing his new book
Seymour Centre, Corner of City Road and Cleveland Street, Chippendale.
Concert and Film screening (Hope in a Slingshot) with Phil Monsour, featuring new songs and video footage from his recent trip to the Middle East.
Herb Greedy Hall, 79 Petersham Road, Marrickville Sydney.
Entry by Donation
Organised by Thai Red Australia Group for Democracy, with special guest Conor Purcell, an Asutralian recently released from Thai prison, jailed after speaking up for democracy.
Sydney Town Hall
The first of a regular series of socialist discussions organised by Socialist Alliance and Resistance.
Resistance Centre, 23 Abercrombie St, Chippendale