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  1. 25
    Jul

    East London Reading Group

    in person · Starts at 7:15 p.m. BST · 5 hours from now
    The next East London reading group meet on Thursday 25th July at Pelican House, 144 Cambridge Heath Rd, E1 5QJ, 7:15pm - 8:30pm.

    The book being discussed is the ever pertinent Socialism or Barbarism By Rosa Luxemburg.

    You're welcome to come along even if you aren't able to read the the whole book, the book will be used as a jumping off point for a broader discussion around colonialism.

    You do not have to be a Left Book Club member to attend so take a friend along.

    Join the WhatsApp group here, https://chat.whatsapp.com/KZEgfAdkhqt7pv6mixqGbS

    Everyone is welcome!

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  2. 27
    Jul

    Manchester Reading Group (July)

    in person · Starts at 1:30 p.m. BST · 1 day, 23 hours 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 Blood Rites by Barbara Ehrenreich. Location will be at the People's History Museum (ask at the front desk). All welcome! REGISTER HERE!

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  3. 31
    Jul

    Online Reading Group

    tbd · Starts at 7:30 p.m. BST · 6 days, 5 hours from now
    Our next online reading group meets on Wednesday 31st July from 7.30pm.

    Wherever you are you are welcome to come along, we have regular members from the UK & beyond.⁠

    We'll be discussing Azadi: Fascism, Fiction and Freedom in the Time of the Virus by Arundhati Roy.

    Email ingeborghudson@gmail.com for the link.⁠

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  4. 1
    Aug

    South London reading group

    in person · Starts at 7 p.m. BST · 1 week from now
    The next South London reading group meets on Thursday 1st August at Peckham Levels (95a Rye Lane, SE15 4ST) 5th floor at 7pm.

    The book being discussed is Look Inside Empire of Normality Neurodiversity and Capitalism by Robert Chapman.

    You're welcome to come along even if you aren't able to read the whole book, the book will be used as a jumping off point for a broader discussion.

    You do not have to be a Left Book Club member to attend so take a friend along.

    Everyone is welcome!

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  5. 5
    Aug

    North London (Finsbury Park) Reading Group

    in person · Starts at 7 p.m. BST · 1 week, 4 days from now
    The next North London reading group meets on Monday 5th August at SPACE4, 113-115 Fonthill Rd, N4 3HH, 7pm - 8:30pm. This group will meet the first Monday of each month.

    The book being discussed is Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement by Angela Y. Davis.

    You're welcome to come along even if you aren't able to read the the whole book, the book will be used as a jumping off point for a broader discussion.

    You do not have to be a Left Book Club member to attend so take a friend along.

    Everyone is welcome!

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  6. 8
    Aug

    Swansea Reading Group

    in person · Starts at 7 p.m. BST · 2 weeks from now
    The next Swansea reading group meets on Thursday 8th August at Elysium Gallery & Bar (210 High St, Swansea, SA1 1PE) from 7PM to 8PM BST.

    You do not have to be a Left Book Club member to attend - everyone is welcome so feel free to bring a friend.

    We'll be basing our discussion on The Jakarta Method by Vincent Bevins. ⁠(See or order the book here).

    Don't worry if you haven't read it all -- we'll be using it as a jumping off point for a wider discussion.


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  7. 16
    Sep

    Event: An Evening with Kojo Koram

    in person · Starts at 7:30 p.m. BST · 1 month, 3 weeks from now
    We are thrilled to invite you to an evening with Kojo Koram, author of the eye-opening "Uncommon Wealth." Join us as Kojo engages in a discussion with Elif Sarican, unraveling the hidden history of Britain's post-colonial economic practices and their far-reaching consequences.

    Alongside the main discussion, we're excited to feature the powerful poetry of Eleanor Penny, a DJ and drinks for post-talk conversations.

    Date: Monday, 16 September 2024
    Time: 7:30 PM
    Place: Reference Point Library & Bar, 2 Arundel Street, WC2R 3DA
    Tickets: LBCKojo.eventbrite.co.uk

    Tickets are £8.00, Left Book Club members go free! Check your inboxes for the members' code or drop us an email.

    We can't wait to see you there for an evening of critical thinking and community. Book now and be part of this important conversation!

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