DPAC (Disabled People Again Cuts) are holding a series of rallies starting on Friday 24th September at 7.30 to 8.30pm to protest against the terrible treatment metered against disabled people by the government and their allies. They will not be silenced and will be heard.
Join these days of action to see how you can become involved in a full array of resistance demos taking place over the next few weeks including The World Transformed, Peoples Assembly,Manchester DPAC and the Campaign Against Empty Homes.
They will also hear from experts by Experience Commission on Social Security and the New Economics Foundations Living Income Coalition about building towards a better social security system.
The full details are here https://dpac.uk.net/2021/09/friday-24-september-stopandscrapuniversalcredit-online-rally/ Speakers include Paula Peters (DPAC and Unite Community, La Toya Grant (commission on Social Security, Ellen Clifford (Author of The War on Disabled People) with solidarity messages from Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell, Marsha De Cordova and Ken Loach.
Following this the next days of action are as follows;
Saturday 25th September is going to be a national day of local actions please see their Facebook pages for further details.
Continuing on Monday 27th September https://dpac.uk.net/2021/09/local-actions-cancelthecut-20more4all/
Tuesday 28th September at 9.00am there will be an online Twitter storm for everyone to join in online.
Audio riot protest will be taking place at 11.30 am meeting first at Kings Cross Station London and will be live-streamed for everyone to join in. Hashtags to be used are #AudioRiot #20More4All #CancelTheCut
Thursday 30th September day before the £20 Universal Credit cut will be implemented DPAC are going to be protesting opposite Number 10 Downing Street London at 5.30 pm
Hashtags to use are #AudioRiot #20More4All #CancelTheCut
It’s hugely important that as many of us attend these days of action as possible in any way that we can albeit online or in person. DPAC are long time friends and supporters of myself, my campaign and this blog. They want change, and they need to be heard by everyone.
DPAC have an amazing track record of holding effective online and physical demonstrations, they aren’t scared of making a noise and being heard.
Please support them if you can.
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