The Living Rage – a night of music and poetry for justice at work

Supporters of The Clarion are helping to organise The Living Rage, an eclectic night of music and poetry for justice at work and against exploitation. Funds raised will go to the Picturehouse cinema workers’ dispute

Friday 28 July, @ Brixton Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, London SW9 6LH – from 7pm

Food and refreshments 7-8pm
Acts from 8pm
£2 in advance; £4 on the door – book tickets now!

Facebook event

FEATURING
The Blueprint Doggz
M3
K Tellz
Minkles
Glox
Krucial Kidd
Flamezee & Flamezos

YOU DESERVE THE LIVING WAGE
Everyone has the right to be paid enough to live. No employer has the right to pay a poverty wage. The Labour Party says everyone should get £10 an hour: no exceptions. Don’t wait for the election – get organised now to fight for your rights.

YOU DESERVE DIGNITY AT WORK
Zero hours contracts, bullying bosses, insecurity, and exploitation are unacceptable. This night is about building a movement so everyone can stand up for themselves at work.

TELL YOUR STORY
We want to raise the voices of workers. We want to tell everyone everyday stories of exploitation at work, to show that we all have to stand up and get organised. Send us your videos and stories

Supported by
The Clarion magazine
BFAWU – the Bakers’ Union
Hungry for Justice
Lambeth Young Labour
Lewisham Young Labour
The Broken Circle Movement
Tha Minority

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