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(en) Tamaki Makaurau Anarchists - auckland-activist-fortnightly-newsletter-75

Date Sun, 26 Sep 2021 12:29:00 +0300


Kia ora and welcome to the seventy fifth Auckland activist fortnightly newsletter! It's been a long time being at Alert Level 4, hopefully this is going to end soon! Please stay safe! You can get the latest updates on COVID-19 in Aotearoa here: https://covid19.govt.nz/ ---- The biggest campaign in Auckland happening right now is Protect Putiki: https://linktr.ee/protectputiki on Waiheke Island, where kaitiaki are protecting Putiki Bay from a colonial and environmentally harmful marina development by Kennedy Point Marina Development Limited through peaceful direct action. The kaitiaki have suffered massive amounts of violence from private security guards and police, but their peaceful direct action is resisting the development every day.

If you can go to Waiheke Island after lockdown ends, then the kaitiaki need more people who can bear witness and engage in peaceful direct action. If you can't go to Waiheke Island, then you can help through donating money and supplies, sharing the campaign's content on social media, signing petitions and open letters, attending solidarity rallies, attending court hearings of kaitiaki who have been arrested by police, popping a manu, recording it on video and tagging Protect Putiki and talking to your friends and whanau about the campaign.

There will be a range of other events happening throughout September such as Trans Online Support Group every Tuesday from 4 May to Tuesday 30 November from 5pm online via Zoom, Auckland Workers Meet-Up for Raise the Bar Hospo Union on Sunday 19 September from 5.30pm online via Zoom, Far right faces in conspiracy places, How should anti-fascists respond on Tuesday 21 September from 8pm online via Zoom, Aotearoa Kai Journey Event from Wednesday 29 September to Thursday 30 September from 3pm online via Zoom and Repair Cafe at the Hub on Saturday 16 October from 2pm at Gribblehirst Community Hub.

As with the previous newsletter, nearly all these events are online, so take a break from your work and home life to improve your activism through some online events until we go down alert levels!

We are an explicitly anarchist group in Auckland, about a year old, struggling for a better, fair and equal world. We are always open to new members. To find out more, come along to a public meeting, or you can find us at tamakimakaurauanarchists@gmail.com.

Upcoming Events on the Left in Auckland

Ongoing
Protect Putiki, Kennedy Point, Waiheke Island
Occupation of Putiki Bay to stop the construction of an environmentally devastating marina. Check Facebook for updates on situation, actions, material needs and how you can participate.
Page: https://www.facebook.com/protectputiki/

Every Tuesday from 4 May to Tuesday 30 November, 5-6pm
Trans Online Support Group, online via Zoom
A safe space to ask questions, find support and learn from peers.
This group is open to anyone who is interested in a constructive discussion about the issues that trans* and gender-nonconforming people face.Free.
Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/904525667003032/

Sunday 19 September, 5.30-7.30pm
Auckland Workers Meet-Up for Raise the Bar Hospo Union, online via Zoom
An online meeting of those who are interested in participating in the Raise the Bar Hospo Union, a new hospitality workers union. Free.
Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/377081633807516/

Tuesday 21 September, 8-10pm
Far right faces in conspiracy places: How should anti-fascists respond? Online via Zoom
A meeting by the Campaign Against Racism and Fascism about the recent revelations about the Australian Nazi Network and how to respond to them, the rest of the far-right and anti-lockdown protests. Free. RSVP.
Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/282735053274356/

Wednesday 29 September to Thursday 30 September, 3-4pm
Aotearoa Kai Journey Event, online via Zoom
explore the Aotearoa Kai Journey, an initiative taking a community grounded and social impact design and innovation approach to redesigning the food system in Aotearoa. What sits at the heart of the journey is community, culture and collaboration. Our food ecosystem is not thriving, not for people, not for the planet. Our food system is not broken; it is working exactly as it was designed. To create a thriving food system for the future, one that is ecologically sustainable and socially equitable, we need to redesign it. Free. RSVP.
Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/800903300607652/

Saturday 16 October, 2-4pm
Repair Cafe at the Hub, Gribblehirst Community Hub
Do you have a broken or damaged item that you can't bear to part with? Ever wish you could find someone who could tinker with your favourite appliance or patch a beloved pair of jeans? Then come along to SPiCE's Repair Cafe at Gribblehirst Community Hub. This is a free pop up event, in honour of International Repair Cafe day. Bring in your broken and damaged belongings and our local volunteer experts will do their best to repair them. Enjoy something from our cafe and save items from landfill. Free.
Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/809074703129475/

Disclaimer: inclusion of events in this message is not necessarily an endorsement. We try to only include events of relevance to members from groups we know & trust. However, we may miss some events or include some by organisers we don't know. If you have anything to add or question the inclusion of some events, please let us know and we'll try to remedy it.

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