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Extinction Rebellion letter to Graham Kellas

October 2019

Lana, a Sheffield Extinction Rebellion rebel arrested whilst protesting at the Government Oil & Gas Fiscal Summit, has written a letter to the organiser - who attended the same school, 30 years before her.Read the letter at Extinction Rebellion Sheffield...

ACORN statement in support of the Kurdish people

October 2019

The campaigning union ACORN has has issued a statement of support of the Kurdish people and the Rojava Revolution in Syria, currently under attack by the Turkish army after Donald Trump’s sudden withdrawal announcement. Turkey is the second largest force...

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Don’t Rubbish the Inner City + Q&A by Memory Dance x TV Dinners

Mon 25 Nov 2019, 6.30pm, Foodhall, 121 Eyre St. S1 4QW

Don’t Rubbish the Inner City is a community video documentary produced thirty years ago (1989) by SCRAP (Sheffield Community Recycling Action Programme) as a snapshot of ‘re-use, repair and recycling’. Memory Dance has newly digitised a copy of this rarely seen U-matic tape and will be screening this special episode of TV Dinners.

Vegan Dinner + Music + Screening (duration 50 mins) + Q&A

Doors open 6.30pm, food 7pm, film at 7.45pm. Suggested donation on the door £5-£10. Contact Foodhall about any particular dietary requirements. Unfortunately the toilets are not wheelchair accessible, but if you want to chat about accessibility, contact Foodhall.

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Jazz for Palestine

Fri 29 Nov 2019, 7.30pm Sheffield Hallam Students Union (The HUBS), 6 Paternoster Row S1 2QQ

A concert for UN International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, with musicians from occupied Jerusalem, Nazareth and the Golan Heights. As part of a UK tour, Jerusalem-based Samer Rashed and his trio play gypsy jazz music with instruments such as the buzuq, accordion and viola

£5 students and on benefit, £12 all others, doors open 7pm. Palestinian food available on a pay-as-you-feel basis, profits support children’s projects in Gaza. Organised by Sheffield Hallam Palestine Society, University of Sheffield Palestine Society, Palestine Solidarity Campaign Sheffield, and Sheffield Labour Friends of Palestine

Tickets from SHU Students Union

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