Political Victims of the Nazis

Socialist History Society Public Meeting
Saturday 22nd September 2018 2.00pm

Speaker:
Merilyn Moos
Chair of the London Retired Members branch of the University and College Union (UCU).
She is author of “Breaking the Silence, Voices of the British Children of Refugees from Nazism“, “Beaten But Not Defeated, Siegfried Moos – A German anti-Nazi who settled in Britain“, and a novel “The Language of Silence“. Read on ...

How do we get radical change? A discussion meeting

Saturday 1st September 11 am start – to finish by 1 pm

Working Class Movement Library, 51 The Crescent, Salford, M5 4WX

A discussion meeting on lessons from socialist history / addressing urgent issues today

Challenges from climate change to increasing inequality show the urgent need for effective radical politics.

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Socialist bookshop calls for solidarity following Nazi attack

Bookmarks bookshop in Bloomsbury, central London, has called on
supporters to attend a solidarity event following an attack by far
right thugs.
Twelve men invaded the shop last Saturday, destroying displays,
wrecking books and chanting Alt-right slogans. One was wearing a
Donald Trump mask.
Since the attack Bookmarks the socialist bookshop has received
messages of support from leading figures in the trade union and labour
movements and thousands of activists from around the world. Read on ...