Housmans Books Newsletter February 2020

26 January 2020 — Housmans Books

HOUSMANS NEWSLETTER – FEBRUARY 2020

NEWS 
1. Our Power Is Real – Saturday 28th March
2. London Bookshop Crawl 2020

INSTORE EVENTS
3. ‘Journey Through Utopia’ with Matthew S. Adams, Rhiannon Firth, and Tim Waterman
4. Poetry Against Homelessness
5. ‘The Clamour of Nationalism: Race and the Nation in Twenty-First Century Britain’
6. Radixal Love Zine V Day Takeover
7. ‘In and Against the State: Lessons from our recent past’ with Rosemary Grennan and Seth Wheeler
8.’So We Live: The Novels of Alexander Baron’ with Susie Thomas, Nadia Valman, and Ken Worpole
9. Autonomy Now presents: ‘Occult Features of Anarchism’ with Erica Lagalisse and Carl Levy
10. ‘Feminism for the 99%’ with Sara Farris and Susan Pashkoff

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HOUSMANS NEWSLETTER – OCTOBER 2019

26 September 2019 — Housmans Books

NEWS 
1. Undercover Policing & Trade Unions Conference, London
2.  Stop Nato – December 2019

INSTORE EVENTS
3. ‘Only Nonviolent Rebellion Can Now Stop Climate Breakdown And Social Collapse’ 
4. ‘Mask Off: Masculinity Redefined’ with JJ Bola
5. ‘Queer Intentions: A (Personal) Journey Through LGBTQ + Culture’ with Amelia Abraham
6. ‘Building a New Catalonia: Self-determination and Emancipation’ with Ignasi Bernat, Liz Castro, Robert Knox and David Whyte
7. ‘Here to Stay, Here to Fight – A Race Today Anthology’
8. ‘Why I am a Pacifist’ with Tim Gee 

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Free Reis Morris! Grenfell Tower campaigner imprisoned while those guilty of social murder walk free

8 June 2019 — WSWS

By the Socialist Equality Party (UK) 

The Socialist Equality Party condemns the imprisonment of Grenfell justice campaigner Reis Morris. His jailing is a vicious act of class justice aimed at suppressing opposition and protecting those responsible for 72 deaths in the Grenfell Tower inferno.

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How a Community in North London Is Fighting for the Housing It Needs by Cecilia Keating

27 May 2019 — Novara Media

At least 50 people gave up a Saturday afternoon to discuss the fate of a former hospital in north London last month. 

At a crowded open meeting, local people moved from one table to the next, giving their opinions on a housing development planned for the site currently occupied by St Ann’s Hospital in south Tottenham.

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