Author: Nerve

Arms Fair demonstration

Liverpool Against the Arms Fair is organising a rally against arms sales on Friday 1st April outside the Law Courts in Derby Square when two local activists face trial for a spray paint protest against the controversial Arms Fair last October.

G7 Leaders Not Welcome in Liverpool!

Following in the footsteps of the international slave economy G7 ministers meet in our iconic port city to discuss international collaborations to line the pockets of the rich.

Edward Rushton's Story

The story of Edward Rushton, the Liverpool poet and anti-slavery campaigner is being released in weekly instalments, this week, the West Indian Eclogues, one of his first writings on slavery.

Rushton the radical revolutionary poet

A new website has been set up dedicated to reviving interest in Edward Rushton (1756-1814), the great, blind human rights campaigner, poet and writer who, at the age of 19, was blinded while helping slaves.

Fifteen Plays in three days!

The Valley Theatre Short-play Festival is gearing up for a blitz of dramatic creativity from the 27th – 29th August, showcasing 15 new plays by local writers at the Valley Community Theatre in Netherley.

Save Rimrose Valley Protest Rally

There is to be a demonstration and march as part of the campaign to save Rimrose Valley Country Park on Friday 20th August, meeting at 10am at Chaffers Field Running Track at the end of Glenwyllin Road, L22 4RN.

The Florrie Food Union

If anyone is in need of a food parcel in the local area contact the Florrie where the Food Union is prioritising food deliveries.

Film showing: Guerrero

There is a showing of the documentary film directed by Ludovic Bonleux, Guerrero, which follows three activists and organizers in the federal state of Guerrero in Mexico, on Thursday 12th March at the Liverpool Social Centre, 96 Bold Street.

Anti-Consumerism Zine

Last year we collaborated with Merseyside Animal Rights, Liverpool Food Not Bombs and Next To Nowhere to produce a “Christmass Consumer(ism) Guide” an anti-consumerist compassionate tonic to the festive spending frenzy