Aberdeen SPSC would like to invite you to the event ‘Aberdeen Against Apartheid: From Johannesburg to Jerusalem’ taking place on Friday the 24th of August. This will be upstairs at the Blue Lamp and begin at 7pm.
The evening is part of Aberdeen Against Austerity’s Summer Lecture Series and will feature talks and discussions on the parallels between the struggle for justice in South Africa and Palestine.
Speakers will address the struggle against South African apartheid in Aberdeen (Tommy Campbell and Harry Bygate) and aspects of Israeli apartheid (including freedom of movement, political prisoners, ‘settlements’, water, access to land and the JNF, and energy resources).
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