Three actions in November 2017 to make you aware of:
Tuesday 21st November 2017
Alternatives to violence.
Round Table Discussion – Ogilvie Centre, Rose Street, Glasgow, G3 6PA
The Glasgow Catholic Worker invite you to explore the practical implication of pacifism and what the alternative might be by discussing an article by George Paxton entitled Non-violent Resistance and Satyagraha as Alternatives to War – the Nazi Case, with particular focus on the latter half, beginning with the section heading “The costs of war”.
George Paxton, who is a Trustee of The Gandhi Foundation, an author and Editor of the Gandhi Way will be with us from 7pm for the discussion.
You are welcome to come for 7pm. There will be people there from after the 5:45pm mass at St Aloysius which usually finishes by 6:15pm. We will be finished by 8:30pm – 9.00pm.
Saturday 25th November 2017
STUC Annual St Andrew’s Day Anti Racism March. Meet at Glasgow Green at 10.30am, the march begins at 11am marching through the streets of Glasgow to Adelaides Auditorium in Bath Street where there will be rally and speakers from 12 noon. The Theme of this years march is ‘No Racism: Educate, Agitate, Organise’.
We’ll be there – look out for the J&P Scotland banner and join us!
Sunday 26th November 2017
Dungavel Solidarity Gathering @ 1pm. Show your support for those detained at Dungavel. Meet at the bottom of the driveway and process to the car park at the side of Dungavel for some short speeches. Once again we will be there – Can you spare an hour and help with one of the J&P banners? Car sharing is available please be in touch if you can offer a space in your car or if you need transport to Dungavel.
Look forward to seeing you in November!
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