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Grassroots Black Left, Jewish Voice for Labour and the Labour Representation Committee are sponsoring a national speaking tour with Marc Wadsworth. We are raising funds to help cover the costs involved. Please donate here https://uk.gofundme.com/justice4marc to help Marc's campaign.
Tuesday May 15, 6.30pm: London
with Marc Wadsworth, Alexei Sayle, Jackie Walker (LAW), Mike Cushman (Jewish Voice for Labour), Moshé Machover (Israeli socialist), Nana Asante (Chair - Africans for Jeremy Corbyn's Values and General Secretary - Black Labour Movement), Angela Lee (Genesis Radio) and Glenroy watson (Global African Congress UK). Chair: Deborah Hobson (Grassroots Black Left)
Indian YMCA, Games Room, 41 Fitzroy Square, London W1T 6AQ – Facebook event here.
Wednesday May 16, 6pm: Liverpool
with Marc Wadsworth, Jo Bird (Jewish Voice for Labour), Chief Angus Chukwuemeka (Crawford House Partnership and the Liverpool Igbo Community Association), Alfred Salami (Commonwealth Association) Chair: Anyanna Ndukwe (Grassroots Black Left)
Crawford House Community Enterprise Centre, Upper Warwick Street, L8 8DN – Facebook event here.
Thursday May 17, 7pm: Chester
with Marc Wadsworth, Jo Bird (Jewish Voice for Labour), Anyanna Ndukwe, (Grassroots Black Left) and Seth Horsu (Chester CLP BAME Officer). Chair: Dr Iqbal Sram.
St Werburghs Parish Centre, Chester – Facebook event here.
Friday May 18, 7pm: Birmingham
with Marc Wadsworth, Mike Wongsam (Grassroots Black Left) and Maxie Hayles (Windrush campaigner). Chairs: Deborah Hobson (Grassroots Black Left) and Steve Price (LAW and Campaign for Labour Democracy).
Committee rooms 3 & 4, Birmingham Council House, 1 Victoria Square. Birmingham B1 1BB – Facebook event here.
Monday May 21, 6.30pm: Bristol
with Marc Wadsworth, Moshé Machover (Israeli socialist), Ras Judah Adunbi (community campaigner) Miriam Yagud, Asa Winstanley (campaigning journalist ), Tim Lezard (trade union activist) and others. City Academy, Russell Town Ave, Bristol BS5 9JH – Facebook event here.
Tuesday May 22, 7pm: Swansea
with Marc Wadsworth, Jay Blackwood (Jewish Voice for Labour) and Mark Lewis (Welsh Labour Grassroots-Momentum). Volcano Theatre, 27-29 High St, Swansea SA1 1LG – Facebook event here.
Wednesday May 23, 7pm: Sheffield
DINA, 34 Cambridge Street, Sheffield S1 4HP (upstairs)
with Marc Wadsworth, Jackie Walker Chair (GBL/JVL), Martin Mayer (Secretary, Sheffield Trades Council and former member of the Labour Party NEC), and a speaker from Jewish Voice for Labour – Facebook event here.
Wednesday May 30, 7pm: Manchester
Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester M2 5NS with Marc Wadsworth. Speakers: Chris Williamson MP, Umar Nasheen (Oldham Grassroots Black Left), Jo Bird, Jewish Voice for Labour and Adie Mormech (Manchester Palestine Action) . Chair Anyanna Ndukwe (Grassroots Black Left).
Friday June 29, 7pm: Hastings
Isabel Blackman Centre, Winding Street, Hastings, with Marc Wadsworth and Leah Levane (Jewish Voice for Labour).
Thursday July 19, 6pm: Nottingham
City College, Carlton Road, Nottingham NG3 2NR, with Marc Wadsworth. Speakers: Chris Williamson MP and Shamsher Chohan (Grassroots Black Left East Midlands Organiser). Chair: Hassan Ahmed (Co-Chair, Grassroots Black Left)
Friday, July 20, 7.30pm: Leicester
Secular Hall, 75 Humberstone Gate, City Centre, Leicester LE1 1WB with Marc Wadsworth. Speakers: Sital Singh Gill (Leicestershire Indian Workers Association) and Harry Stannard (Leicester West CLP) Chairs: Shamsher Chohan (East Midlands Organiser, Grassroots Black Left) and Ross Willmott (Leicester East CLP)
Saturday, July 21, 6.30pm: Cambridge
Ash Co-op (Argyle Street Housing Co-operative), Fletchers Terrace, Cambridge CB1 3LU, with Marc Wadsworth and Leah Levane (Chair, Jewish Voice for Labour). Chair: Mujahid Islam (Cambridge Labour Ethnic Minority Forum Secretary)
Saturday, July 28, 7.30pm: Luton
Dallow Learning Community Centre
234 Dallow Road, LU1 1TB, Luton,
with Marc Wadsworth and Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi (Jewish Voice for Labour). Chair: Cllr Jacqui Burnett Facebook event here.
Friday, August 3, 7pm: Southall
Southall Town Hall, High Street, Southall UB1 3HA, with Marc Wadsworth. Chair: Suresh Grover, Director of The Monitoring Group. Speaker Malia Bouattia, ex-NUS President.
Friday, August 17, 7.30pm: Watford
West Herts Sport Club, 8 Park Avenue, Watford WD18 7HP, with Marc Wadsworth and Nabila Ahmed (Watford CLP Youth Officer).
Tuesday, September 25, 7.30pm: Liverpool
Grassroots Black Left Labour Party Conference fringe meeting, The Liverpool Pub, Liverpool. Speakers: Marc Wadsworth, Clive Lewis MP, Chris Williamson MP, Tosh McDonald, ASLEF President, Maria Exall, CWU Executive, Kerry Anne Mendoza, editor of The Canary, Anyanna Ndukwe, NW GBL. Chair: Deborah Hobson, GBL Co-Chair.
Wednesday, October 24, 2pm: Brixton
Hosted by Lambeth Black Workers for Black History Month, Lambeth, Town Hall.
Saturday, December 8: Llandudno
"End Injustice in Palestine", North Wales, Marc Wadsworth speech at 2.30pm, followed by #Justice4Marc benefit event at Trefiw, 7pm.
Tuesday, February 12, 7.30pm: Portsmouth
Fratton Community Centre, Trafalgar Place, Portsmouth P01 5JJ, with Marc Wadsworth. Hosts: Portsmouth Momentum and Portsmouth and South Downs Palestine Solidarity Campaign
Monday, February 18, 7pm: Edinburgh
Augustine United Church, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EL, with Marc Wadsworth. Facebook page.
Tuesday February 19, 7.30pm: Glasgow
Unison Glasgow City Branch, 84 Bell St, Glasgow, with Marc Wadsworth and George Galloway. Facebook page.
Saturday, March 9, 8pm: Benefit with multi award-winning Soweto Kinch, Hackney. Speaker Marc Wadsworth. Special guest Beady Man. DJ set by Mel-O-DJ, of HouseFMdotNet,
The Premises Studios, 205-209 Hackney Road, London, E2 8JL
Meetings are also being planned in Newham and Doncaster. Please get in touch here if you can help out organising these events or if you can arrange one in your locality.
To campaign for Marc Wadsworth's reinstatement as a Labour Party member and join with other compatible individuals and/or organisations to achieve this goal. The campaign does not see itself in isolation to other people who have been unjustly excluded, suspended or expelled from the Labour Party and will work in a principled way with any members affected, to achieve fair outcomes.