It’s the end of the year already and we are having an awesome party to celebrate what has been an epic year..
If you are in Fremantle come on down to Mojo’s on Xmas Eve for a massive end of year party
THE NUKE CRACKER
A PARTY TO KEEP WA URANIUM-FREE
Sunday 24 December| 3pm – 10pm | Mojo’s North Fremantle | an epic line-up of Perth’s best local acts
This Christmas Eve come party at Mojo’s Bar production of “The Nukecracker”* A party to keep WA uranium-free. Come and celebrate the massive year of hard work, courage and resistance from WA’s Traditional Owners, anti-nuclear activists and supporters.
YOU’D BE CRACKERS TO MINE URANIUM
PLEASE HELP SUPPORT WA NUCLEAR FREE CAMPAIGN!
Click here to purchase limited edition of the very beautiful Kalyu Print to support Martu campaign against Kintyre.
We also have 2018 Calendars, Hoodies and T.shirts that will be available at the Nuke Cracker event at Mojo’s on Xmas Eve or if you can’t make it down you can place an order here. email here
PEACE BOAT 96th VOYAGE COMING TO FREMANTLE
Wednesday 24 – Thursday 24 January 2018 | Fremantle Port | a massive 2 days of building culture of peace around the world
We are excited to announce that this January Fremantle Port, City of Fremantle jointly with Mayors for Peace will host the Japanese Peace Boat on its 96th world voyage. The Peace Boat carries out its main activities through a chartered passenger ship that travels the world on peace voyages. The delegation on board this voyage will be atomic bomb survivors and farmers from Fukushima and joined by around 800 participants from around the world. The ship, as a neutral space beyond borders, becomes a floating peace village, encouraging a sense of community and enabling direct dialogue between those on-board and in the ports they visit. For more information : http://peaceboat.org/english/
WANJOO (Welcome) PEACE BOAT EVENT |Wednesday 24th January | 4pm-7pm | B-Shed, Fremantle Port | Come and welcome the Peace Boat delegation for a night of building peace around the world.
MAKING WAVES stories, survival and strategies to end the nuclear age | Thursday 25th January | 12 – 2pm | Foley Hall, Notre Dame University, Fremantle | Panel Discussion with atomic bomb survivors, Fukushima farmers, Traditional Owners | ICAN Ambassador | lunch provided | free event | rsvp: firstname.lastname@example.org
RADIOACTIVE TOUR W.A
Join us on the Radioactive Exposure Tour 2018 and visit WAs four proposed uranium mines – Mulga Rock, Yeelirrie, Wiluna and Kintyre. You’ll meet the communities at the forefront of the fight to keep WA Nuclear free, hear stories about the country you’re passing through and the struggle to protect those places. You can BYO 4×4 or book a seat, come for the whole tour or part of it.
The dates are still tentative but we expect the tour to start on the 9th of March 2018 and finish around the 21st of March 2018.
YEELIRRIE COURT CASE – ITS NOT TOO LATE TO DONATE
Hopefully in the new Year we will have a decision in favor of protecting Yeelirrie
This is an incredible undertaking by these three strong Tjiwarl women who are trying to protect important cultural heritage sites that are part of the Seven Sisters Dreaming songline.
Have a great end to the year and hopefully see a lot of you at Mojo”s and other upcoming events
Walkatjurra Walkabout Crew