Category: Media, Arts and Culture

Brist’l young ‘uns – Campaigning to Stop FGM & Violence Against Women

This is the most uplifting thing you will watch this summer!.
“Use Your Head” launches Integrate Bristol’s campaign for education on gender-based violence.

Posted in Human Rights, Media, Arts and Culture, Newswire

Presenting our radical start | homepage for anarchists and comrades

homepage for activists and social revolutionaries with lots of features such as search tools, links and webtools to make your surfing easier

Posted in Media, Arts and Culture, Newswire

You only get one chance at life

This made my day yesterday, so I had to go back and take pictures. They were asking for it…

Posted in Corporations / Big Business, Media, Arts and Culture, Newswire

50 subverts hit Bristol bus stops over weekend

Over 50 bus stop ads were replaced in Bristol this weekend as part seen the biggest ever unauthorised takeover of outdoor advertising in the uk.

Posted in Anti Austerity, Anti-War, Corporations / Big Business, Globalisation, Human Rights, Media, Arts and Culture, Newswire, Opinion piece, Policing, Protest, Sustainability

Easton May Day party

Riot Ska Records crew presents…

A benefit for Kebele Social Centre & a May Day gathering!
Thursday 1st May from early evening @ The Chelsea Inn, Chelsea Road, Bristol, BS5 6AU

Posted in History, Media, Arts and Culture, Newswire, Solidarity

Easton’s UKIP advert

There’s only going to be more of this sort of nonsense coming to a street corner near you soon. Brushes on a stick at the ready folks.

Posted in Anti Austerity, History, Human Rights, Media, Arts and Culture, Newswire, Opinion piece, Protest, Solidarity, Sustainability

Organise. Create. Exchange.

This is the simple but effective plan of The Bristol Cable, a new media co-operative launching in the city.

From real local investigations, innovative infographics, community round-table discussions and a people’s history, The Bristol Cable aims to be an essential community resource, presenting different voices and ideas to provide what the corporate press cannot – independent, citizen led, accountable journalism.

Posted in Media, Arts and Culture, Newswire

The rise and rise of the amateur – how the social economy is taking off, in Bristol and beyond

Article aims to celebrate the increasing engagement in volunteering, public involvement in the community and the rise of community organizations and projects, especially utilising the fast developing online/digital landscape, and particularly, how good Bristol is at doing this.

Posted in Corporations / Big Business, Local Government, Main Feature, Media, Arts and Culture, Newswire, Opinion piece, Policing