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May 2022

Disability Justice: Opportunities and Opportunists

May 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm AEST
Online (Aus) Melbourne, Australia

This special online event features the emerging movement for Disability Justice (DJ) and the prominence of multiracial women leaders. A dynamic presentation, recently hosted by the New York Freedom Socialist Party, will highlight the 10 Principles of Disability Justice and its anti-capitalist, intersectional perspective, which recognises the leadership of those most impacted.  Sharing examples of liberals’ attempts to co-opt DJ, speaker Kendra Scalia talks about the organised pushback against these opportunists. Kendra is a disabled queer woman, healthcare policy analyst and disability justice organiser.…

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June 2022

Online campaign launch – Fix Victoria’s Bail Laws Now!

June 2 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEST
Online (Aus) Melbourne, Australia + Google Map
Fix Victoria's Bail Laws

Come to the online campaign launch of No crime, no time — Fix Victoria’s bail laws now. Hear from activists about why bail law reform is a pressing priority in Victoria. Learn about the objectives of this campaign initiated by the Indigenous Social Justice Association Melbourne. Get inspired to make this a key demand ahead of the state election in November. Help launch the campaign petition on the Megaphone platform with a splash. Find how you can get involved. Log…

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Stonewall Celebration: LGBTIQA+ oppression and resistance across Africa

June 26 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEST
Solidarity Salon, 580 Sydney Road
Brunswick, Victoria 3056 Australia
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Resistance to homophobia and transphobia is blossoming across the African sub-continent. This panel discussion will spotlight these contemporary struggles, discuss colonialism's legacy, and explore pre-private property societies where sexuality was free, matriarchal communism was the natural order, and rigid gender binaries were unheard of. We'll discuss the relevance of this history for organising in the 21st century. Panellists Georgie Hoadley: a Member of Radical Women and the Retail and Fast Food Workers Union, will chair the meeting. Nita Oko: a…

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