Gee Vaucher from CRASS, discussing her work and its impact from the 1980’s onwards, hear from people influenced by Crass and how Gee develops her art.
Film of talk by ex-members (such as the late General Baker) of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers, arguably one of the most radical working class organisations in the US in the 20th century.
Does environmental campaigning work today and what do we need to do today to move towards a better world, these are some of issues discussed in this talk from Bristol Green Week 2013.
Pilar Lopez’s performances/songs about the Spanish Social Revolution of 1936 brings to life the spirit of these times and to today’s struggles in Spain.
Film: Hillbilly Nationalists, Urban Race Rebels, and Black Power: Race, Class and Gender in the 60′s U.S.
Hillbilly nationalists were a white radical movement in the US in the 1960’s and formed part of a coalition with Black panthers amongst others.
Di Parkin was a revolutionary activist from the early 1960′s to the 1980′s, hear her story of involvement with syndicalist movements and members of Durutti amongst others.
In this talk hear how the Greenham common women’s movement against the nuclear arms race developed and campaigned for a peaceful world.
The best tools for being secure online.
How we as individuals can affect change using permaculture ideas.
Eveline Lubbers, shines a light on corporate and police spying on activists including blacklisting of trade unionists, McLibel, police spy Mark Kennedy.
Find out how blacklisting has been used against people arguing for better workplace rights and conditions and how we can fight back.
A conversation between queer permaculture practitioners and community organisers, Nicole Vosper and Annie-Rose London, communicating across continents about gender, sexuality and design.
What does resistance mean in an age of austerity, how can we change the world for the better when all around us with huge cuts based on Ideology.
Tony Juniper shares his views on People Power and Sustainability filmed at Small is festival 2012
Tim ‘Mac’ Macartney Founder of Embercoombe explores our troubled yet crucial relationship with power, money, nature, and each other, filmed at Small is festival 2012
Is permaculture just about growing food or is it inherently more political, join us to find out if we think permaculture is political.
Adam Hart Davis talks about small scale solutions to Climate Change at the Small is Beautiful festival 2012.
Discussion about UK video activism from Bristol Radical Film Festival, includes speakers from vision on tv, Camcorder guerillas, Reel News and Permanent Culture Now.
Vision on tv explain how to be your own media through citizten journalism, using their great platform.
In this talk Silvia Federici talks about her forty years of research and theorizing on the nature of housework, social reproduction, and women’s struggles, excellent talk.