Upcoming Aboriginal Rights Coalition Events

  1. Fundraiser to Support Lex Wotton imageFriday October 3rd
    7:30pm for 8pm start

    Ahimsa House
    26 Horan St, West End
  2. Day of Action 1pm
    Saturday October 4th
    Parliament House
    George St, City

  3. Peoples Review of the Northern Territory Intervention12:30pm
    Kurilpa Hall
    174 Boundary St, West End
    Saturday October 11th

Upcoming Aboriginal Rights Coalition Events
imageFundraiser to Support Lex Wotton


Drop the Charges Now!

Stand up Comedy: Fear of A Brown Planet
After performing to sold out shows at the Melbourne Fringe Festival this emerging comedy act is in Brisbane for one night only to support Lex Wotton’s fight for justice.
For an uncompromised snapshot of difference and
some beautifully distilled fury, see this show.
Three young comedians take the western understanding
of Islam as their central topic of inquiry.
As earnest as such a project might seem,
these lads effect it with humour that borders,
at times, on brilliance.

If you’re prepared for an uncompromised snapshot of difference and some beautifully distilled fury, see this show.Even for a comedy junkie, this show has the sheen of something new and remarkable.
The Age, 2008.
Tickets- $7/$10

Friday October 3rd
7:30pm for 8pm start

Ahimsa House
26 Horan St, West End

BYO, Food and drinks available.
for more info:
call rob-0424 265 730
www.brownplanet.com.au

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imageDay of Action
Justice For Aboriginal People
Rally and March

1pm
Saturday October 4th
Parliament House
George St, City


End the NT and QLD Interventions!
Restore the Racial Discrimination Act!
Drop the Charges Against Lex Wotton!
Stop Black Deaths in Custody!


Speakers:

Sam Watson, Deputy Director, ATSI unit University of QLD;
Lex Wotton, Palm Island;
Gracelyn Smallwood, Townsville Activist;
Peter Whalley, Lecturer, Oodgeroo Unit, QUT.

for more info call: 0424 265 730
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imageAfter Kevin Rudd’s Review

come along to the:
Peoples Review of the Northern Territory Intervention

12:30pm
Kurilpa Hall
174 Boundary St, West End
Saturday October 11th

Hear from activists who went on the Alice
Springs convergence and listening tour from
September 26th-October 5th about the realities
of the Governments Intervention style polices.
Also hear from Aboriginal community speakers on
what is needed to put self determination back
on the agenda.

speakers:
Michael Williams, Director,
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Studies Unit, University of Qld.
Sam Watson, Deputy Director,
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Studies Unit, University of Qld.
Penny Taylor, Queensland Teachers Union (QTU)
also activist report from the Convergence.



organised by:
Aboriginal Rights Coalition
for more info: 0424 265 730

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