Ways to get active this week

January 30, 2015

Protest camp – the Bat Attack
Join a 6-day mass convergence on Gomeroi country to say NO to further bulldozing of the Leard State Forest. Skillshares, music, art, workshops an dcommunity-led civil disobedience. Saturday February 14 to Wednesday February 18 at Maules Creek.
RSVP to frontlineaction.org/bat-attack.

Support the sit-in
Join First Nations elders from around the country as they converge on Canberra for a sit-in, vowing not to leave until a resolution is reached. Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra until February 14.

Sorry means you don’t do it again
Join the Grandmothers against Removals at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy outside Parliament House, Canberra as they protest against the forcible removal of Aboriginal children from their families. February 13, 12pm.

Students say NO to fee hikes!
Join students in protesting outside Tony Abbott’s electorate office on the first Parliament sitting day for 2015. Warning: there may be zombies. February 9, 1pm at Manly Ferry Wharf

Join the Solidarity Choir and sing your politics to the world. Visit solidaritychoir.com.au or email info@solidaritychoir.com.au for more information.

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