Talk by Palestinian human rights activist

first_imgEmail AS part of Israeli Apartheid Week, March 7 to 14, the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) invites the community to a Wednesday 11 talk by Elaine Bradley. Taking place at the Mechanic’s Institute at 7.45pm, Harstonge Street, Bradley is an Irish human rights activist and academic who will give an eyewitness report to the continuing conflict between Israel and Palestine.She will speak on the destruction wrought upon Gaza last summer and what the IPSC terms,  “the ongoing illegal siege of Gaza and the systematic and structural violence perpetrated by Israeli occupation forces throughout Palestine”.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Elaine Bradley is former CEO of Volunteering Ireland and an organisational consultant who has worked with governments, the UN and the EU. She has just returned from eight months in Gaza and the West Bank.This event is organised by the Campaign as one of a series of events taking place around Ireland during international Israeli Apartheid Week 2015: for a full list of events taking place around Ireland see  http://www.ipsc.ie/iaw2015 Linkedin NewsCommunityTalk by Palestinian human rights activistBy Rose Rushe – March 10, 2015 1096 Facebook Advertisementcenter_img Print Twitter Previous articleResolution in sight in pensions dispute?Next articleThe wonder of Eastwick Witches Rose Rushehttp://www.limerickpost.ieCommercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post WhatsApplast_img read more

Sunsquabi Releases New Single “Dexter” Featuring Nick Gerlach On Sax

first_imgColorado’s Sunsquabi has just released their latest single “Dexter,” which features a guest appearance from jam scene staple Nick Gerlach on saxophone. Gearing up for a massive 2017, Sunsquabi are kicking off the year with their highly anticipated sophomore EP ‘Deluxe’ still to come via GRiZ’s All Good Records. There is a reason the 3-piece is described as an ‘electronic hydro-funk experience,’ because their music literally flows like water.Yet another laid-back funk production, “Dexter” sees Sunsquabi fuse both organic and electronic instrumentation through the use of synth, drum kits, keyboard, guitar strums, saxophone, and more. An ample follow up to the EP’s thriving first singles “Pygmy Up” featuring Russ Liquid, and “Cinnamon” Feat. Late Night Radio, “Dexter” will be an instant favorite among fans of a more classic jam based Sunsquabi sound. Check it out:SunSquabi and Late Night Radio are teaming up for a night in NYC on 4/29 at American Beauty! Tickets available here. For their full tour schedule, head to Sunsquabi’s website or see the dates below.SUNSQUABI TOUR DATESMar 24- Blue Moose Tap Room -Iowa City, IAMar 25- Bottom Lounge- Chicago, ILMar 31- Brooklyn Bowl- Las Vegas, NVApr 13- The Bottleneck- Lawrence, KSApr 14- Club Dada- Dallas, TXApr 15- Empire Control Room- Austin, TXApr 16- Empire Control Room & Garage- Austin, TXApr 21- Druid City Music Hall- Tuscaloosa, ALApr 23- 420 Sweetwater Festival- Atlanta, GAApr 26- The Broadberry- Richmond, VAApr 28- Higher Ground- South Burlington, VTApr 29- American Beauty NYC- New York, NYApr 30- Wonder Bar- Allston, MAMay 03- El Club- Detroit, MIMay 04- The Miramar Theatre- Milwaukee, WIMay 06- Red Rocks Amphitheater- Morrison, COMay 26- Summer Camp Music Festival- Chillicothe, ILAug 03- Werk Out Music Festival- Thornville, OHlast_img read more