Thurs 2nd May
Title: Rising Tide food & film evening: Bimblebox
A documentary from the frontlines of Australia's battle against coal
and gas expansion. The fate of Bimblebox Nature Refuge is shown in the context of
community responses to the massive expansion of coal and coal seam gas mining.
Plus delicious food cooked by Bristol Rising Tide
Start time: 18.30 for food, 19.30 for film
Online privacy is a right, a right we are slowly loosing thanks to big corporations and the government controlling the internet, corporations offering free online services in exchange of knowing about you to sell you stuff, thanks to more and more websites logging lots of information about where your are, your IP and ultimately who you are. Besides those corporations will no doubt provide any information to any of the security forces on request.
If you want to find out how to preserve your privacy this workshop might be of your interest. We will be learning how to keep your emails private, how to browse the internet anonymously as well as having a good overview of privacy on the internet. We hope you will walk away having better understanding of what encryption is and how to use it for email and general internet browsing as well knowing how to browse the internet and leave no trace. We will be looking at some tools like: aktivix, riseup, crabgrass, tor, tails, private vpn etc…
If you want to get yourself setup to send encrypted email to friends, please make sure you have a riseup or aktivix account or have Thunderbird already setup for your email.
Sunday 2:30 at Kebele. 14 Robertson Rd.
Thursday 25 April
6.30pm Palestinian vegan meal £2.50 followed at 7.30pm film – Five Broken Cameras
At Kebele, 14 Robertson Road , Easton , BS5 6JY
Five Broken Cameras, the Oscar-nominated 2011 documentary film co-directed by Palestinian Emad Burnat and Israeli Guy Davidi, is a first-hand account of protests in Bil’in, a West Bank village devastated by the building of illegal settlements and the Israeli apartheid wall.
Fundraiser for Palestinian child prisoners.
Kebele Political Events Collective invites you to join us in a discussion surrounding Peter Gelderloos’ controversial text: “Veganism Is A Consumer Activity”. We will be asking is veganism really a consumer activity? What role does veganism play in the fight for animal liberation? And how can we promote a more radical form of veganism?
Text available from Kebele or online at: tinyurl.com/VeganConsumer
Tuesday 9th April
Bristol antifascists is committed to fighting fascism in all it’s forms, by all means necessary. This cafe is a fundraiser for travel costs to upcoming antifascist demonstrations.
Thursday 28 March
6.30 – vegan food (£2.50 main, 50p pud)
7.30 – film