SA launches NSW election campaign

March 5, 2011

One hundred people, including many from the Latin American community, ex-ALP members, members of the Greens, plus members of Newcastle, Wollongong, and several Sydney branches of Socialist Alliance, helped launch the SA’s campaign in the NSW state election on February 26 at St Lukes Hall in Enmore.

Hosted by lead SA Legislative Council candidates Peter Boyle and Jess Moore, the night featured music, theatre, political speeches and more.

The night was also about people-powered culture, with performances from the Freedom Fighters and Newcastle-based band GRCO.

The Kinetic Energy theatre group performed the anti-war play "Empire", which is based on the works of Arundhati Roy and Noam Chomsky.

More than $1300 was raised to help fund SA's campaign. Hundreds of dollars more was pledged on the night.

To help out with or donate to the campaign, phone Paul on 0410 629 088, email or visit


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