Daily Archives: March 10, 2010

Nuclear-Free News & Events – March 10

Nuclear-Free News and Events… fun and important things to do!

1) Women begin epic walk to Canberra with message of Peace – launch March 13

2) Make your voice heard on the nuclear waste dump! Submissions due March 15

3) PEACE RALLY AND MARCH – PALM SUNDAY 28TH MARCH Continue reading

Haiti Fundraiser

Haiti

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Aside

If you have come to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is tied up with mine, then let us work together. — Lill Watson RALLY AT PARLIAMENT HOUSE 11AM ON THURSDAY … Continue reading

People going to Work — North Korean art exhibition at GOMA

Nth Korea

: Choe Yong Sun North Korea (DPRK) b.1958 ‘The construction site’ 2005
Linocut on paper 65.5 x 52.5cm Collection Nicholas Bonner, Beijing —One of the exhibits from Nth Korea at GOMA’s APT6

I thought the GOMA exhibit from North Korea was very good and urge people to go and see it. I liked the meaning given to ‘work’ (our labour) that is not appreciated under the alienating system of production here in Australia and elswhere. Continue reading

Palestinian Exhibition at Logan West Library Library

Amira Al Maani wearing Palestine national dress. Photo - Logan West Leader.

Queensland Palestine Association and Justice for Palestine (JFP) took an exhibition Logan West library at Browns Plains and hope it will create greater understanding of the Palestinian situation and its refugees.

But will the Logan City Council follow up and get the exhibit and films in all their libraries?

One of the organisers wrote:

Hopefully, the exhibition will go a long way towards correcting the myth that Palestinians love violence and use it to dispossess others. In fact, the Palestinians are a peaceful, tolerant, indigenous people who have been divested of their land, homes and dignity in the most extremely violent manner imaginable. It is in Palestine that Jewish victims of the dreaded Spanish inquisition sought refuge and were treated with great respect. For centuries, Christians have practised their faith and maintained their holy places in the Holy Land undisturbed.

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