The Communist Party of Great Britain and Anti-Racism

Speaker Dr Evan Smith
2pm, 18th September.
The meeting will be held on zoom – please register by clicking here…
British Communism and the Politics of Race explores the role that the Communist Party of Great Britain played within the anti-racism movement in Britain from the 1940s to the 1980s. As one of the first organizations to undertake serious anti-colonial and anti-racist activism within the British labour movement, the CPGB was a pioneering force that campaigned against racial discrimination, popular imperialism and fascist violence in British society.
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On Strike Against the Nazis

Socialist History Society Occasional Publication #47

Free to members of the Society, otherwise £5 inc p&p [£7 overseas] – more details from: s.cushion23@gmail.com
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Class Struggle and Resistance in Northern France and Belgium during the Second World War
By Steve Cushion
The class struggle did not disappear during the Second World War following the occupation of Europe by the German armed forces. Read on ...

The Workers’ Movement and Revolution in Egypt since 1919

Socialist History Society Meeting – on-line via Zoom
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14th October, 6:30pm

Speaker Anne Alexander

Anne Alexander is the co-author, with Mostafa Bassiouny, of Bread, Freedom, Social Justice: Workers and the Egyptian Revolution (Zed, 2014). She is a founder member of MENA Solidarity Network, the co-editor of Middle East Solidarity and a member of the University and College Union (UCU).

‘G.D.H. Cole: A Libertarian Trapped in the Labour Party’

Socialist History Society Meeting – on-line via Zoom
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11 November 2021 , 6.30pm start

A talk by David Goodway

G.D.H. Cole (1889-1959) declared forcefully at the end of his life that he was ‘neither a Communist nor a Social Democrat…but something…essentially different from both’. Read on ...