12 noon - 6 p.m.
Free Entry, all welcome
At Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, London SE14 6NW
More information on the website, including speakers' programme and list of stalls.
An international round-up of events from PM press:
Dorset Radical Book Fair in Christchurch, UK on June 3rd
Wonderlands, The UK Graphic Novel Expo in Sunderland, UK on June 3rd
Wars of Position Conference in Manchester, UK from June 8th to 10th
Printers Row Lit Fest in Chicago, IL on June 10th and 11th
Stockholm Anarchist Book Fair in Stockholm, Sweden on June 10th
SF Free Folk Festival in San Francisco, CA on June 10th
Institute for Social Ecology in San Francisco, CA from June 11th to 15th
Global Studies Association Conference in Berkeley, CA from June 14th to 16th
Against the Slow Cancellation of the Future in London, UK on June 15th and 16th
Allied Media Conference in Detroit, MI from June 16th to 18th
Punk Island 2017 in New York, NY on June 18th
London Radical Book Fair in London, UK on June 24th
Human Rights Researchers' Network Conference in London, UK on June 28th
UPDATE 10th June, from News from Nowhere:
Screening of the Women's Peace Crusade film in London. Friday 23 June
Exhibition launch at Hackney Museum on July 13
'Warhol to Walker: American prints from pop art to today'
Thursday July 13th 6-7.30pm
Thursday, 15 June at 7pm the Working Class Movement Library hosts an unusual free event celebrating ‘the creative power of coal’.
This year is the 70th anniversary of the nationalisation of the coal industry. Vesting Day for the National Coal Board was 1 January 1947. Blue and white flags were unfurled outside each pit proclaiming “This colliery is now managed by the National Coal Board on behalf of the people”.
Our event is centred around a book, The flame still burns: the creative power of coal, which explores the sheer power of an industry which created rich, diverse cultures in the different mining communities, and continues to inspire fresh creative work today.
Granville Williams, the book's editor, will introduce a selection of films produced by the versatile and creative NCB Film Unit between 1947 and 1984. The NCB sought to 'win hearts and minds' through a monthly 10-minute newsreel/cine-magazine, Mining Review, and a high quality monthly magazine, Coal. The aim of such publicity was to boost recruitment, bind the distinct cultures and histories of the different coalfields together and promote a positive, modern public image of coalmining.
Come and find out more on 15 June… Admission free; all welcome.
Invisible Histories talks - Workplace conflict at Gardner's
This talk, by Stephen Mustchin, Lecturer in Employment Studies, University of Manchester,
focuses on engineering trade unionism, workplace conflict and strikes at the famous Eccles-based engine manufacturer L. Gardner and Sons.
21 June Dean Kirby - Angel Meadow
Bruce's book Hidden culture, forgotten history looks at the 1960s publishing and political activities of working class Lancastrian poets Jim Burns, Dave Cunliffe and Tina Morris, and traces their literary and activist impact.
19 July Dave Randall - Sound system: the political power of music
Years of touring, playing and protesting have given Dave an insider’s view of the music industry, enabling him to shed light on the secrets of celebrity, commodification and culture.
Full details of all our talks are at www.wcml.org.uk/events.
They say: 'We will never know the true number of casualties, as all injured persons would have had to pay for any treatment received. Many would just go to the local “wise-woman” or midwife for treatment. Many hid in pubs etc to avoid being arrested. We want their stories to create a lasting memorial to them'.
A web page at www.peterloo.mlfhs.org.uk gives further details, and the project can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0161 652 9765 (answerphone, please leave a message).
If you want to be involved in the project or have information to share, Rod Melton will be attending Manchester Central Library each Tuesday between 10:30 and 15:00. Please go to the Manchester and Lancashire Family History Help Desk and ask for Rod.
Following LGBT History Month 2017 and the third Rainbow Plaques event, York LGBT History Month, York’s Alternative History,York LGBT Forum and York Civic Trust are working together to identify Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans histories that can be commemorated with a York Civic Trust permanent plaque... starting this with an open call for ideas.
Everyone is welcome to contribute. You can make a suggestion via this websurvey.
Tel: +44 (0)1937 546546; Email: email@example.com
And at the National Archives in July:
A step forward: 50 years since The Sexual Offences Act