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 The Next 7 Days in LondonNext
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18:30 at ICA
Programmed with sociologist Akwugo Emejulu, Fugitive Feminism is a five-day convening of artists, activists and academics focusing on the subject of contemporary Black feminist politics.

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19:00 at The Social
Rough Trade Editions comes hurtling out of the blocks with their first twelve pamphlets - twelve small good things to encourage, console, renew and rewire the world for their readers.

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19:00 at Frontline Club
Interviewing everyone from Blair to Gove, top journalists to Russian bloggers and tech giant execs to online activists, Tom Baldwin describes a vicious battle for control of the news agenda.

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18:30 at Waterstones Piccadilly
From female protagonists to feminist dystopias, join Christina, Dhonielle and Sarah as they explore how feminism is carving its own niche in Young Adult Fantasy!

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19:30 at The Poetry Cafe
It's open mic night at the Poetry Café, so come and follow in the footsteps of Byron, Shelley, Milton, and Andrew Marvell, and bring your poems on the theme of 'Poems not Bombs'.

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11:00 at SOAS (School of African and Oriental Studies)
Discover the often ignored and forgotten history of race and resistance in Britain through a series of lectures and workshops delivered by academics and practitioners.

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19:00 at Emmanuel Centre
IQ2 is bringing together some of Britain’s top political minds to debate whether Corbyn is potentially the hero of Britain’s downtrodden or a fringe fanatic who is morally unfit to be Prime Minister.

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13:30 at Royal Academy of Arts
Chaired by the Observer journalist and critic Rachel Cook, join prize-winning authors and illustrators Stephen Collins and Isabel Greenberg discuss the art of the graphic novel.

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12:00 at Kenwood House
With 100 events, 40 debates and talks and 30 bands and comedy acts, join the world's leading thinkers as they gather at Kenwood House to debate the big ideas that will shape our future.

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19:30 at Rich Mix
Through conversation, theatre performance and live music, Dash Café will explore their current work and what impact Brexit is having on their practice and their relationship to Europe.

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