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African American artist Gil Scott-Heron, whose political poetry influenced a generation of rap artists, sensationally announced the cancellation of his planned gig in Tel Aviv on April 24. Speaking onstage at London’s Royal Festival Hall, Scott-Heron told the audience he “hated war” and told the packed audience his Israel tour date would not be going ahead. Fans dismayed at the planned gig had earlier disrupted his concert. They repeatedly heckled the performer and asked him to cancel.
This article first appeared at TamilNet. * * * More than 10,000 Tamils in Australia registered to cast their votes in the referendum across Australia over April 17 and 18 on the creation of independent Tamil homeland in Sri Lanka, reported SBS Australia, citing organisers.
The Socialist Party of Malaysia (PSM); Working People's Association (PRP) of Indonesia, People’s Democratic Party (PRD) of Indonesia, Turn Left Thailand, Partido Lakas ng Masa (PLM) of the Philippines, Socialist Alliance of Australia, and Solidarity (Australia) issued the following statement on April 10.The Socialist Party of Malaysia (PSM); Working People's Association (PRP) of Indonesia, People's Democratic Party (PRD) of Indonesia, Turn Left Thailand, Partido Lakas ng Masa (PLM) of the Philippines, Socialist Alliance of Australia, and Solidarity (Australia) issued the following statement on

Room 1, Trades Hall
54 Victoria St, Carlton

Wednesday 26th February, 1-2pm @ Manning Bar, University of Sydney.

A public meeting featuring Venezuelan revolutionary Pacha Guzman, a leading activist with the Ezequiel Zamora Campesino Front (Frente Nacional Campesino Ezequiel Zamora FNCEZ), an anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, anti-patriarchal and deeply Chavista organisation which is part of the Bolivar and Zamora Revolutionary Current (Corriente Revolucionaria Bolivar y Zamora, CRBZ).

As part of a visiting national tour throughout March, the meeting will feature Pacha to discuss the importance of grassroots organisations and movements while showing solidarity with Venezuela.

Special Speaker and Esteemed Guest Comrade Fernando González Llort President of ICAP, one of the Cuban 5.

7 April at 18:30

Dinner starts at 19:30PM.

MUA HALL at 65 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide

With Robert Austin (Ph.D, History & Latin American Studies, La Trobe)

2019 has been an explosive year in Latin America. In Chile, a tumultuous several-million-strong uprising unseen since the Pinochet dictatorship. In Ecuador, the largest and most violent uprising in a decade; and Venezuela has experienced a fresh round of US intervention and controversial government responses.

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