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Families for Non-Violence and Peace Marches

New Zealanders, Violence comes in many forms; We are tired of the violence in our communities and families. We invite the Public and organisations to join us at one of the 4 venues planned for the wider Auckland region.

North Shore: Takapuna. Organiser Diane Vivian Grandparents Raising Grandchildren South Auckland. To be announced. Organiser member of the public West Auckland. Organiser Tim Tipene. Families for non Violence Central City. Organisers Jan Thomas. Pillars & Jim Bagnell. Menz Groups.

Date for these marches is March 22 2003 at 11am

There is also one happening in Taranaki and potential for both Napier and Hamilton. As time gets closer we know we will have more come onboard. We will finalise the routes and meeting places closer to the time. Media will be notified and flyers will be distributed closer to the time.

Plan early and make up your banners early.

Please distribute this to any you feel may be interested and if you feel you would like to organise a March in your town please contact Tim Tipene on 09 810 9066 or email mailto: mailto:f4nv@yahoo.co.nz

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