“Clitfest is a (trans and cis) women centered, intersectional, DIY feminist festival which is open to people of all genders. We will be having a variety of discussions, presentations and workshops, as well as a huge gig with some hella rad bands and DJs this June 1st, 2nd, 3rd in Wellington, Aotearoa.
We are against gendered discrimination, against misogyny, and against all oppressions. We are here to Combat Latent Inequalities Together!!!! […]”
We still have one upstairs office/ space available for very cheap rent to a social justice/radical left group.
For info about what happens at 128, which groups are currently running from 128, what kind of groups would be suited to work from 128, what 128’s kaupapa is, or how to contact the 128 collective please look around our website.
If you are part of a group or project who might be interested in renting this space, get in touch with the 128 collective.
Australian High Commission, 72-76 Hobson Street, Thorndon, 6pm today.
Placard painting at 128 NOW.
Two incidents of police brutality were reported after Sydney Mardi Gras 2013, with Youtube footage showing one young man being violently assaulted by police and slammed onto the street. See the footage here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxtFtVfAeeEAotearoa/NZ group the Queer Avengers oppose the police brutality seen at Sydney Mardi Gras and are standing in solidarity with the victims and the communities. The Queer Avengers oppose internal inquests and believe that an overhaul of the complaints system is needed.