UK Social Centre Gathering in Bristol this month

Kebele social centre is pleased to be hosting the next UK Social Centre Gathering on 28 & 29 November, which comes at the end of our NovemberFest. This event currently occurs twice a year, and is for all those involved in social centres (or aiming to set one up soon) around the UK. This list of social centres is slightly outdated but includes some good info.

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Free Art Sessions

Come and join us for 4 free art sessions! They will run from 7-9pm and will be held every Monday in September 2015.

7th September – Printing
14th September – Experimental Drawing
21st September – Painting to Music
28th September – Collage making

Please send us an email or telephone to let us know if you are interested in coming along.

Email: rosahewitt(at)hotmail.com
Telephone (Rosa): 07887490484

No borders film, cafe and discussion

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Tue 8th Sep from 7pm

Come help us fund-raise for the newly restarting Bristol No Borders group by eating some yummy vegan food and watching a great film.

Come share your experiences & thoughts or just to learn more about Calais migrant solidarity, why we need to live in a world without borders and how you can get involved in the movement opposing the detention and indiscriminate oppression of migrants trying to seek better lives for themselves.

Dinner will be at 7pm followed by ‘Welcome’, a 2009 film highlighting the situation of migrants living in Calais.

After the film we will be discussing the political consequences of the border. The recent response from ordinary people has been amazing, but its time, now more than ever, to start talking and thinking about what we can do that goes beyond charity and humanitarian help.

*This event is free, or for donations, and everyone is welcome and no one will be turned away for lack of funds*

Kebele Social Centre,
14 Robertson Road, Easton, BS5 6JZ

NO BORDERS, NO STATES, NO WARS

Base for Anarchy & Solidarity in Easton