AWL branches around the country are organising fundraising socials to help our fund drive and argue for our politics.
The North East London AWL branch has hired the tenants’ hall on a housing estate and plans a film showing of the Marlon Brando film Burn on Saturday 9 June. The film deals with issues of colonialism, racism and liberation and tells the story of a slave revolt on the island of Guadeloupe.
Organising events like this is a good opportunity for Workers’ Liberty members to promote and discuss our politics in a less formal environment, as well as raising some money for our group.
Help us widen our circle of readers but supporting us financially. But you can also contribute by writing for Solidarity — a letter, a report, a review, a feature. Or why not take copies of Solidarity to sell.
You can help by:
* Taking out a monthly standing order. There is a form at www.workersliberty.org/resources and below Please post to us at the AWL address below.
* Making a donation. You can send it to us at the address below (cheques payable to “AWL”) or do it online at www.workersliberty.org/donate
* Organising a fundraising event
* Taking copies of Solidarity to sell at your workplace, university/college or campaign group.
* Get in touch to discuss joining the AWL.
More information: 07796 690 874 / firstname.lastname@example.org / AWL, 20E Tower Workshops, 58 Riley Rd, SE1 3DG.
Total raised so far: £13,048
Once again we raised only a small amount last week — £100 — from donations. Thanks to Caroline and Richard.