There is two very special events in Fremantle & Perth this week, so if you are in the area make sure you come down to hear the voices and meet some of the Traditional Owners from the areas that are being targeted for Uranium mining in Western Australia.
We will also be doing a special screening of the short film “Walking for Country” by Reza Nezamdoust on the Walkatjurra Walkabout.
Now more than ever we need your support to keep WA uranium free.
Please come to these two amazing events and bring your family and friends.
Community Voices – public meeting & film screening
Fremantle Navy Club – Wednesday 16th November 6pm – 8pm
Join with community representatives from the Pilbara and Goldfields who are fighting against uranium mining projects, come and hear about the struggle to protect country and culture against nuclear threats. We will also have a private screening of the short film “Walking for Country”.
RSVP here. or call 0415380808
Action for a nuclear free future
Friday – 18th November – 10.30am 10 Kings Park Road march to Parliament House by 11.30
In November we expect that the Appeals Convenor and the Environment Minister will be reaching their decision about the 3 uranium mine proposals under consideration. Now more than ever we need your support out on the street to show support for a nuclear free WA. This Action will start at the Annual General Meeting of Vimy Resources (behind plans to mine uranium at Mulga Rock) and will finish at Parliament House of WA. RSVP & Find out more here.
You can also have a huge impact by calling your local candidates to show your support for reintroducing the ban on uranium mining in 2017. You can find your Labor candidates here, and your Labor MPs here, you can find your Greens Members here, your Liberal candidates here and your Nationals candidates here. Or you can send a message to the leaders by signing the Uranium Free Charter here.
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Walkatjurra Walkabout crew