LEWISHAM PEOPLES DAY 2009

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

 

 

All day

Face painting with a peace theme

 

 

All day

Projection: To Die For by Pete Kennard and Cat Picton Phillips

 

 

All day

Exhibitions: Behind the Wall – Images of Life from Palestine’s Occupied West Bank;

 

Opposing Weapons of Mass Destruction;

 

70 years of Struggle – the Fight Goes On! The History of Struggle against Racism and Fascism in London

 

 

1.00 pm

Film:

 

Reel News reports on Visteon and Waterford Glass factory occupations and Justice for Ian Tomlinson campaign

 

 

1.30 pm

Films, Q&A:

 

Who Shot the Sheriff? Rock against Racism documentary and Stopping the Fascist BNP

 

 

2.00 pm

Film, Q&A:

 

The Road to Gaza eyewitness account from Stewart Halforty

 

 

2.30 pm

Music, poetry:

 

Ending the Occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan

 

 

3.00 pm

Play, Q&A:

 

Seven Jewish Children Caryl Churchill’s play about Palestine

 

 

3.30 pm

Films, Q&A:

 

Inspiration from Venezuela the Venezuelan youth orchestras and Venezuela’s revolutionary education and health care

 

 

4.00 pm

Films, Q&A:

 

Who Shot the Sheriff? Rock against Racism documentary and Stopping the Fascist BNP

 

 

4.30 pm

Q&A:

 

Peace, Justice, and Solidarity – What Can be Done?

With the Young Mayor and local campaigners. Text your questions to 07957 198 308 or 07957 198 312

 

 

5.00 pm

Play, songs:

 

Seven Jewish Children Caryl Churchill’s play about Palestine

followed by songs for peace with acclaimed local folk singer and community activist Jim Radford

 

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