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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 2:23 pm    Post subject: Kernow Action Now! Reply with quote

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Kernow Action Now! (KAN!) is a new, non-hierarchical, consensus-based group that supports, promotes and encourages all forms of direct action to confront, stop and eventually reverse the destruction of our communities and the planet.

We aim to encourage and facilitate self-determination in our communities rather than a reliance on the state or charity.

We want to encourage a shift to a low-carbon, people centred future where wealth is measured by our relationships to each other and the environment instead of by human and resource exploitation.

We meet at 7pm on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month

Next meeting is on 15 September at The ‘Front, Custom House Quay, Falmouth If you want to get involved or want to find out more, come to one of our meetings or email: kernowactionATgmail.com.


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 1997 was the 500th anniversary of the An Gof uprising and a commemorative march (Keskerdh Kernow 500) was held, which retraced the route of the original march from St Keverne, Cornwall via Guildford to London. A statue depicting An Gof and Flamank was unveiled at An Gof's home town of St. Keverne and a commemorative plaque was also unveiled at Blackheath.  


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