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Being a Progressive Jew in the 21st Century

Central United Reform Church, 60 Norfolk Row, Sheffield, S1 2JB
David Rosenberg talks on being Jewish, anti-racist, and rejecting Zionism today. David is an educator, writer, and tour guide of London’s radical history. A longstanding Jewish Socialists’ Group activist, he is a co-founder of the Jewish Bloc for Palestine in London. A Bundist/Diasporist and secular Jewish Socialist, he was been involved in the movement for equality and justice for all…
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Theatre Deli Farewell Party

Theatre Deli, Arley Street, Sheffield S2 4QP
Join Theatre Deli to say goodbye to their beautiful venue on Arley Street. Theatre Deli supports theatre-makers and artists by working with commercial property owners to make use of empty buildings to create artistic hubs for performance, rehearsal, offices, studios and workshops. Free to attend, book tickets in advance via the link below.  
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Corporate Greed versus People's Need

Central United Reformed Church - The Norfolk Room, 60 Norfolk Street, Sheffield City Centre S1 2JB (corner of Chapel Walk)
Wealth is extracted from global South communities by multinational companies whose ‘corporate power’ is facilitated by global North institutions and governments. As the world faces climate catastrophe, the elite intend pumping every last drop of oil, while at the same time grabbing the reins of the transition, so that the rights, freedoms, and dignity of marginalised communities everywhere continue to…
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Al-Nakba Day

Outside Sheffield Town Hall, Pinstone St. Sheffield S1 2HH
15th May is Al-Nakba Day, marking the date in 1948 when 750,000 Palestinians were driven out of their homes and villages during the creation of the Israeli state. Actions in Sheffield will include a rally outside the Town Hall on Wednesday after the council refused to debate a petition calling for a statement of solidarity with Palestinians. Full information on…
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International Conscientious Objectors Day

Barkers Pool, outside City Hall, S1 2HB
Sheffield Creative Action for Peace (SCRAP) will be laying a White Poppy wreath at Sheffield’s cenotaph, to remember those who refused to bear arms in war, throughout history and today. There will be testimony from peace protesters in Israel, Ukraine and Russia, and a minutes’ silence. SCRAP is a Sheffield group using creative actions to campaign against war, inspired by…
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Walking Tour - The Radical Socialist History of Sheffield

Starting from Sheffield Town Hall, Pinstone St. Sheffield S1 2HH
Join members of the Socialist Workers Party on a walk around the city centre to learn about Sheffield’s radical history, including sites of suffragette and Chartist activism. The first tour begins at Sheffield Town Hall at 12 noon followed by another at 3pm. Cost £5 for students/low-waged, £10 standard, £15 solidarity. Book in advance on the Eventbrite link below for…
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