Invasion Day related events

If you are in SE Queensland here's the drum: >>

  • Thursday Jan 25, from 10am - All day workshop and working bee, Jagera Hall
  • Friday Jan 26, rally 10am State Parliament (full program below)
  • Sat Jan 27, 6:30pm, Black deaths in custody film screening "Injustice"

1. Thurs Jan 25 - URGENT COMMUNITY NOTICE
There will be an all day workshop, forum and talking circles at Jagera Hall in Musgrave Park on Thursday 25th Jan from 10am

Help prepare for Invasion Day rally and march
“PAINT BANNERS, MAKE POSTERS, CONTACT MEDIA HELP PREPARE FOOD ETC MANY JOBS TO DO”

ALL WELCOME

2. INVASION DAY PROGRAM
( Friday 26th January )

7AM – CITY POST OFFICE, QUEEN STREET
MOMENTS SILENCE AND CEREMONY TO HONOUR “DUNDALEE” GREAT WARRIOR AND LEADER, HUNG IN 1855 BY THE COLONIAL AUTHORITIES FOR DEFENDING HIS LAND, HIS PEOPLE AND HIS CULTURE

10AM – RALLY AT PARLIAMENT HOUSE, GEORGE ST
SPEAKERS / CEREMONY

11AM – MARCH TO POLICE HQ / ROMA STREET
SPEAKERS / CEREMONY

11:30AM – MARCH TO MUSGRAVE PARK

12 – 4PM COMMUNITY BBQ & ENTERTAINMENT

ALL WELCOME

JUSTICE FOR ABORIGINAL PEOPLE
HONOUR OUR HEROES & PATRIOTS

( contact SAM WATSON – 0401227443 )

3. Red Cinema, progressive films on the big screen, presents...
Injustice
The film the British police tried to have banned
Sat January 27, 6:30pm for 7pm.

Brisbane Activist Centre, 74b Wickham St The Valley.
Entry by donation $10/6conc, food + drinks available from 6:30pm.
Funds raised to Green Left Weekly. www.greenleft.org.au
Ph 3831 2644; 0400 720 757

Injustice is an English documentary feature film that follows the struggles for justice by the families of people that have died in police custody. Between 1969 and 1999 over one thousand people died in police custody in England. Not one police officer has ever been convicted for any of these deaths. Injustice depicts how Brian Douglas, Joy Gardner, Shiji Lapite and Ibrahima Sey met violent deaths at the hands of the police and documents a five year period when their families came together to fight for the truth. Injustice has been described as the most politically controversial film of recent years in England. It has moved cinema audiences to tears and inspired others to action with its portrayal of the struggles for justice by the families of people who have died at the hands of police officers.

INTRODUCED BY SAM WATSON

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