Nature and the first class struggle in history

A Feminist Perspective, by Greta Sykes

The talk offers some thoughts on early matriarchic societies and the people’s attitude to nature. The influences bringing about change towards patriarchic ones over many centuries will be explored.
Group work and questions offer the opportunity to debate the issues.

Haringey Green Party
Monday, 18th February 2019 at 7.30pm
Penang Satay House,
9, Turnpike Lane, N8 DEP

All welcome

Greta Sykes id Co-chair of the Socialist History Society and author of “Under Charred Skies” [AuthorHouseUk, 2015] – it may be obtained here… Read on ...

The Paradoxes of Edward Truelove

Radical Publisher of High Holborn

An illustrated talk by Deborah Lavin
On Edward Truelove (1809-99), defender of free speech, assassination of tyrants, birth control, women’s rights, republicanism and freethought

Tuesday 22nd January 2019 at 7.15pm
(Doors open at 6.45pm)

Camden Local Studies & Archives Centre
2nd Floor, Holborn Library, 32-38 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8PA

Admission Free Read on ...

Public Meeting – Art for All

British Socially Committed Art
from the 1930s to the Cold War

Saturday 26th January 2019

Author Christine Lindey spoke about her new book

David Morgan reports:

“Art for All” proved an inspiring talk in January

January can often be a quiet month but our first meeting of 2019 was exceptionally well attended with over 40 people joining us for an excellent talk by Christine Lindey, who is perhaps best known as a writer on art for the Morning Star. Read on ...