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  1. 29
    May

    Leeds (Left Bank) Reading Group

    in person · Starts at 6:30 p.m. BST · 2 days, 21 hours from now
    Everyone is welcome at our reading group at Left Bank Leeds on Wednesday 29th May 2024.

    Left Bank Leeds will be discussing Become Ungovernable: An Abolition Feminist Ethic for Democratic Living by H.L.T. Quan.

    Become Ungovernable
    is a provocative new work of political thought setting out to reclaim 'freedom', 'justice' and 'democracy', revolutionary ideas that are all too often warped in the interests of capital and the state.

    Revealing the mirage of mainstream democratic thought and the false promises of liberal political ideologies, H. L. T. Quan offers an alternative approach: an abolition feminism drawing on a kaleidoscope of refusal praxes, and on a deep engagement with the Black Radical Tradition and queer analytics.

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  2. 29
    May

    Durham Reading Group (May)

    in person · Starts at 7 p.m. BST · 2 days, 21 hours from now
    The next Durham reading group jointly organised by @redhillsdurham and @peoples_bookshop will be on Wednesday 29th May at 7pm at People's Bookshop in Durham.

    Doors open and refreshments available from 6.30pm.

    The book being discussed is Decolonizing Israel, Liberating Palestine Zionism, Settler Colonialism, and the Case for One Democratic State by Jeff Halper.

    Email friends@peoplesbookshop.org.uk to sign up. Please include your phone number in case of email problems. 

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  3. 8
    Jun

    Manchester Reading Group (June)

    in person · Starts at 1:30 p.m. BST · 1 week, 5 days from now
    Left Book Club is a not-for-profit book subscription featuring some of the best radical writing published as collectible editions. Each month the Manchester reading group meets up to discuss a book that explores anticapitalist or progressive ideas and how we might relate them to our own lives now.

    The reading for this month is Azadi by Arundhati Roy. Location will be at the People's History Museum (ask at the front desk). All welcome!

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