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THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 5, 2020

34th anniversary of the Communist Party of Australia

THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 5, 2020

Wollongong Branch fights back against Centrelink cuts

THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 5, 2020

CPC leadership meets to discuss key document

THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 8, 2020

On democratic and bureaucratic centralism

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THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 5, 2020

Put workers first

THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 5, 2020

Red Women

THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 5, 2020

Quebec childcare workers strike for stronger system

THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 5, 2020

The Belco party and the rise of diversion politics

THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 5, 2020

Report: Aviation Day of action by TWU at Qantas terminal in Perth

THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 5, 2020

We want our children and young people to be like Che

THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 5, 2020

The life of The Party throughout the years

THE GUARDIAN. Issue #1935 October 8, 2020

34th anniversary of the Communist Party of Australia

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Black Swan Red Feathers


October 16

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Opening Night
16 October
29th October, 2020
6:00pm – 8:00pm

Black Swan Red Feathers Conference
1st November, 2020
2:00pm for 2:30pm – 5:00pm

Perth Trades Hall, Training Rooms,
82 Beaufort Street, Perth

You are cordially invited to attend the opening of Black Swan Red Feathers

An exhibition celebrating the centenary of the Communist movement in Western Australia

Conference organised by the Communist Party of Australia (WA) in association with the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History (Perth)

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Peace Crimes


October 16

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In conversation with Peter Cronau and Margaret Pestorius.

At the closely guarded and secretive military facility, Pine Gap in Australia’s Northern Territory, police arrest six non-violent activists. Their crime: to step through a fence, lamenting and praying for the dead of war. They call themselves Peace Pilgrims. The Crown calls them a threat to national security and demands jail time. Their political trials, under harsh Cold War legislation, tell a story of obsessive Australian secrecy about the American military presence on our soil and the state’s hardline response to dissent.

In Peace Crimes, Alice Springs journalist Kieran Finnane gives a gripping account of what prompts the Pilgrims to risk so much, interweaving local events and their legal aftermath with this century’s disturbing themes of international conflict and high-tech war. She asks, what responsibilities do we have as Australians for the covert military operations of Pine Gap and what are we going to do about them?

In lieu of physical events, we have moved to Zoom.

Please register at Gleebooks and a staff member will be in touch to send you a link to the Zoom meeting and the password.

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Politics in the Pub


October 30

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Thursday
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Politics in the Pub


May 18

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