Join us on SATURDAY 14th of MAY for another Cafe between 2 and 8pm at Halkevi Kurdish Community Centre (33 Dalston Lane, E8 3DF).
The space is wheelchair accessible (through the Tyssen Street entrance)! 💥
🔥from 2pm onwards
🥙Food & drinks from rescued ingredients (‘pay-what-you-can’ down to £0)
☕️Craft & Coffee stall by Zapatista Solidarity Network (link below)
🍃Seed bombing stall, come and learn how to make seed bombs with us and take some with you
🏴Info-shop with zines and stickers
💕Free binders donated by G(end)er Swap (link below) – sizes available S, XL, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X
🔥 3:30 – 4:30pm
Conversation ‘Extractivism’ and Human Rights abuses in Mexico and Latin America with London Mexico Solidarity and London Mining Network (links below).
🔥 5:00 – 6:00pm
Film screening of ‘Tolvanera’
Tolvanera portrays the struggle of a community in Sonora, Mexico against one of the largest gold mining companies in the world, revealing the links between the extractive industry, corruption and violence, but also showing the people’s capacity to resist and to defend their rights and their land.
Q&A with producers and farmers from Sonora, Mexico.
Links to pages
- Zapatista Solidarity Network (Southeast branch)
- G(end)we Swap
- London Mexico Solidarity
- London Mining Network
We ask everyone attending to be respectful of others.
We won’t tolerate racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic and any other discriminatory behaviour.
The Dalston Solidarity Cafe is a space that connects a diversity of collectives, realities and individuals who by sharing their knowledge and experience will be able to offer a range of mutualistic practices. These can help the community to improve our condition and happiness, beyond the “survival mode” today’s society forces us to be in.
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