As workers and trade unionists gather on the streets and the cost of living crisis escalates, join the Left Book Club to explore the power of protest and Britain’s rich and successful history of collective action and resistance. We’ll be reading ‘Protest’ by Ra Page - an inspiring account of twenty key moments from the Peasant’s Revolt and the Tolpuddle Martyrs to the anti-apartheid solidarity movement and the anti-Iraq War demo of 2003. We’ll be using the book as a starting point for a wider discussion, so feel free to come along even if you haven’t read it. We’ll also be joined by some special guests (to be confirmed!).
You can order the book here: (opens in a new tab)https://commapress.co.uk/books/protest
Or Left Book Club members can order the LBC edition from the website - (opens in a new tab)https://leftbookclub.com/books/
PLUS A SPECIAL OFFER!
(opens in a new tab)The Left Book Club was founded in 1936 to oppose war, inequality and fascism. We are offering TWT22 festival-goers a special offer : get your first month of membership free when you sign up using the code: TWT22FREE
Pioneering British publisher Victor Gollancz founded the original Left Book Club in 1936. His aim was to popularise the ideas of the left and combat the rise of fascism. Members received one book a month, including George Orwell’s The Road to Wigan Pier and Edgar Snow’s Red Star Over China. Today, the aims of the LBC remain the same. We bring people together to share ideas that will help transform society.
We are offering TWT22 festival-goers a special offer : get your first month of membership free when you sign up using the code: TWT22FREE