Are you ANGRY at the way the British Government is treating the refugees in crisis? Are you RAGING at the Islamophobia going on in Britain right now?
Pls come to – ‘Are we sliding into genocide?’ Screening of ‘Cabaret: the musical’ hosted by Holocaust Survivor and Migrants Rights activists. Followed with a Q + A hosted by Holocaust Survivor Ruth Barnett reading from her new book ‘Love, hate and indifference – the slide into genocide’
Tuesday, September 29 at 6:30pm. ‘The HIVE Dalston’ 260-264 Kingsland Road E8 4DG (near the canal), Hackney. Nearest station: Haggerston (overground) Map here – Pls sign up to the facebook event page here and RSVP by emailing neveragaineverever@gmail ASAP as spaces are running out. Wheelchair Accessible. Details on the ‘Never Again Ever!’ website here. 5 pounds donation if you can afford it.
Jacob V Joyce – Jacob is a visual and spoken word artist creating platforms for young people and politicised groups to organise and make art. Jacob is an activist and illustrator using their practice to draw attention to issues affecting QTIPOC (queer tans* intersex people of colour). Jacob will sharing renowned poetry about England, race and race politics, immigration, xenophobia, and reflecting the attitude that the media takes towards the refugee crisis. www.jacobvjoyce.com / http://slave2freedom.tumblr.com/
ABOUT ‘Are we sliding into genocide?’ Screening of ‘Cabaret’
While the Nazi Holocaust is no longer with us, the phrase “Never Again” cannot be said definitively because the structural and philosophical problems in our social and economic system that ultimately led to the Holocaust are still at play in the world around us. Modern-day Anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and anti-migrant xenophobia are all part of the same tendency of conservative leaders to unload mass aggression at their policies against a racialised group.
ABOUT THE FILM
Cabaret is a 1972 cabaret musical film directed by Bob Fosse and starring Liza Minnelli, Michael York and Joel Grey. The film is set in Berlin during theWeimar Republic in 1931, under the ominous presence of the growing Nazi Party. The film won the Academy Award for Best Director for Bob Fosse, Best Actress for Liza Minnelli, Best Supporting Actor for Joel Grey, and five more technical awards.
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