having just returned from the embassy i can inform that the meeting that was to take place today between aunt jenny, the grandmothers and their legal team and the ceo and board of the ahc has been cancelled and the next meeting is scheduled for monday 9 march due to the clash of time frames.
it is understood that nothing will be initiated by the ahc between now and that meeting.
that, of course, does not detract from the continuing need for supporters to drop in to the embassy to publicly support the aims of the embassy to obtain a guarantee of aboriginal low-cost accommodation for the elders and families on the block. drop in, have a cuppa, share a yarn.
the block belongs only to the aboriginal community. the ahc must operate only to that end and no other.
ring aunt jenny for further details. 0404 298 588
a further piece of good news is that the tj hickey park sign continues to be proudly displayed in the park at the fence line at waterloo. always was, always will be!
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