Pettybone is the voice of the voiceless.
Pettybone is the voice of the oppressed.
The sound of the revolt for all those that they were told they're useless
for all those who lost their youth in the process
for all the kids that believe in their dreams but the fucked up system cut their wings
for all those living in the poverty on the edge with sanity
for all the vagabondes and homeless
for all the women who fight for freedom and respect
for al the immigrants trying to make their way through the london streets
for all the sisters and brothers in need
for all the truth seekers...
the Truth is that the change is possible
because Another world is possible...

Friday, 26 November 2010

Last minute show tonight!

We're playing tonight at the Purple Turtle, Camden, London with Cerebral Ballzy.
Come down, we'll keep you warm :)

Don't forget your ID!

Thursday, 25 November 2010

Saturday night is our night!


Thousands of women from all over the UK and the rest of Europe will be travelling to London to attend the 7th Reclaim the Night march on Saturday 27th November 2010. Be one of them!

The women-only march is assembling at 6pm in Whitehall Place, nearest tube Embankment. We will take back the streets of London and then end with a huge rally and party at the Camden Centre, opposite Kings Cross. The rally and party are mixed and open to all.

Put your feet on the streets for women and protest against epidemic levels of male violence against women and social tolerance for these crimes. Demand justice for women who survive rape and raise your voices in disgust at the disgraceful conviction rate for rape, currently around 6%. Only 1 in every 20 reported rapes ever ends in a conviction. If you do not believe that 19 out of every 20 women who report rape are liars, then join with us to march against all forms of male violence and demand freedom for women.

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

skip the school today so you don't have to skip it in the future

9.30am QMUL students gather at Library Sq. Circle Line tube to ULU for approx 10.30am. (See QMUL Facebook below).

10.30am Walkouts begin across London

11am Carnival of Resistance procession from Malet St, ULU to Trafalgar Square – all welcome

12noon Students from across London and surroundings assemble at Trafalgar Square (called by National Campaign Against Cuts & Fees)

1pm March from Horse Guards Avenue to Parliament (called by Youth Fight for Jobs)

5.30pm Mass protest at Downing Street to link student action with wider trade union movement

Kingston University:!/event.php?eid=164501303583681


West Thames College: