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MAGRUDERGRIND (USA)+White Male Dumbinance+ShacklΣs+ Controlled+Avian Terror+Morte Lenta

Sunday, August 7, 2016 -
5:00pm to 9:00pm

MAGRUDERGRIND plays a punishing hybrid of grindcore, powerviolence and hardcore punk. Formed in 2002 in DC and currently based in Brooklyn, MAGRUDERGRIND combines visceral lyrics with a relentless sonic aesthetic. Owing much to the close-knit global DIY community, the band has toured Europe, Asia, and North & South America.

Playing with:

WHITE MALE DUMBINANCE (Newcastle)

SHACKLΣS (North coast)

CONTROLLED (Sydney)

AVIAN TERROR (Sydney)

MORTE LENTA (Sydney)

$15. From 5pm.

This one could get a little hectic... Be here!

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/842851399153215/

Anarchist Cabaret

Saturday, November 23, 2013 -
5:00pm to 8:00pm

Anarchist Cabaret

An afternoon of music, comedy and poetry in aid of the Sydney Anarchist Bookfair.

Featuring...

Clive Parmiguanas - Brand new virulent folk punk super group ‘s debut show

Captain of the Rant - The captain returns to Sydney tearing up the scene with his scorching verse

Eddie T - Jura’s own folkin’ virtuoso delivering a feast of rebel songs

Events at Jura

Jura is a radical social space. We put on gigs, films and discussions in order to build a counter-culture outside of (and in opposition to) the capitalist scene. We welcome like-minded groups to put on events in our space. Below is a selection of images from gigs and other Jura events over the last couple of years. Click on any image below to see the full size image or start the slide show (in Firefox). To move between images use the arrow keys or mouse over the images.

"Can You Hear Me?" - An Autonomous Women's Film Event

Sunday, January 18, 2009 -
5:00am to 8:30am

A night for women (including women identifiers) to celebrate creativity. women's history and cultural endeavours.

FREE vegan dinner at 6pm!

Screening of the film "Can You Hear Me? Israeli and Palestinian Women Fight for Peace".

Review:

Lilly Rivlin’s Documentary “Can You Hear Me?” Focuses on Women as Peacemakers
By Robert Hirschfield

Mexican doco: Watching them die

Monday, September 26, 2016 -
6:30pm to 9:30pm

In conjunction with Ojos De Perro, the makers of the film, an international screening on Mon 26th September of the Mexican documentary "Watching Them Die: The Mexican Army and The Disappeared 43" will be happening at Jura.

It's about the killing and disappearance of 43 students in Ayotzinapa Guerrero (and other thousands of Mexicans through the years) by the Mexican army.

The government has protected the culprits and masked the truth, the journalists are trying to spread their independent work in Mexico and the world.

Doors open at 6:30pm with the screening to start at 7:00pm.

 

Burma Revolutionary Student Collective talk

Sunday, September 11, 2016 -
2:00pm to 4:00pm

The Burma Revolutionary Student Collective from Yangon are on a mission to build a solidarity network with fellow anarchist in Australia.


They will be discussing what they have been doing as a collective since their inception in 2014 during the Democratic Education Movement in Burma.

They are a radical leftist student platform organised by students at the University of Yangon with the aim to create a radical leftist student platform.

Even though they are still a young organisation they have been involved in study clubs, free education center, actions in the Democractice Education Movement, and anti-fascist actions.

This is a rare opportunity to meet with and hear first hand accounts from anarchist in Burma, and to support their mission to create a solidarity network.

They will be accepting donations of all sorts to help set-up their Info Shop and Bar.

Look forward to seeing y'all there.

RSC

 

MAGRUDERGRIND Show At Jura

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MAGRUDERGRIND Show At Jura

Jura: 

Anarchy, Freedom, Constitutionalism - Red and Black Forum with Dr Alex Prichard

Saturday, April 16, 2016 -
2:00pm to 4:30pm

 

How do you know when you're free? Anarchists have usually said you're free to the extent that you're not dominated. But what secures this non-dominated state? Do we need to be empowered, or is something else needed?

Alex Prichard (from Exeter University in the UK) will introduce his current research project, conducted with Ruth Kinna, on this subject. What they argue is that anarchists need to think more clearly about constitutional politics, that is rules, regulations, institutions and the divisions of powers. These are taboo subjects at the moment across large parts of the movement, but routinely adopted in general assemblies, camp rules, plural decision making arrangements and so on. They argue that the 19th century republican tradition (rather than Trump and the GOP!), and the classical anarchists that developed it, give us plenty to think about that can help here.

Come along and get involved in the discussion!

For more information on Alex, check out his bio's: https://socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk/politics/staff/prichard/ and https://exeter.academia.edu/AlexPrichard

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/967067990037613/

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