bristol / community / announcement Tuesday May 29, 2012 00:32 by Kebele social centre 12 comments (last - tuesday june 05, 2012 10:48)
Screening of the documentary film The Business of Being Born, about the medicalization and commercialization of childbirth. read full story / add a comment
bristol / miscellaneous / press release Saturday March 29, 2008 14:06 by Kebele Social Centre 23 comments (last - thursday october 02, 2008 10:18) 1 image
The well-known Kebele Bike Workshop, serving the community for more than 11 years, was ripped off by a former volunteer earlier this month.
Harvey Tadman, who over the past year had been heavily involved in the daily operation and organization of the bike workshop, and also well-known through Critical Mass and the St. Werburghs’s Bike Project, emptied the workshop’s account on 14 March. read full story / add a comment
bristol / media and culture / announcement Wednesday March 26, 2008 16:02 by Kebele Social Centre 3 comments (last - saturday march 29, 2008 03:06)
Kebele Social Centre
14 Robertson Rd
Easton read full story / add a comment
south west / the environment / announcement Friday November 16, 2007 10:01 by Kebele Social Centre 2 comments (last - friday november 16, 2007 13:54) 5 images
A film with no plot.
With no actors.
With no words.
The simplest of films with the power to change your life.
Kebele Film Club presents Godfrey Reggio and Phillip Glass's cinematic masterpiece - Koyaainsqatsi. read full story / add a comment
Sunday 24th June at 7pm.
Kebele Social Centre.
14 Robertson Road,
www.kebelecoop.org for more details.
A presentation by The Six Nations on the Grand River community about their year long struggle to reclaim ancestral land, defending their community against colonisation and the struggle for Indigenous sovereignty. Also a skillshare on how to reclaim and defend land from private developers.
Kebele Café will run as normal, with the proceeds going to help fund the Six Nations speaking tour. read full story / add a comment