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Peace Not War CD Available / GPJA Forum Tonight


Peace Not War CD Available / Gpja Forum Mon Night

Monday, March 1, 7.30pm, Trades Hall, 147 Great North Road, Grey Lynn GPJA FORUM: 'WORKING WOMEN ON THE FRONTLINES' - in the lead-up to International Women's Day (IWD) the IWD Committee will co-host the Global Peace and Justice Auckland forum.

Includes a screening of the documentary film 'Even Dogs Are Given Bones', women workers fight back, Rixen NZ 1981, which shows the occupation of Rixen Manufacturing in Levin by 43 factory workers, after being given only one weeks notice of closure with no redundancy payment; guest speaker is Maxine Gay, secretary of the Clothing,Laundry and Allied Workers Union of Aotearoa who will be speaking on changes in the clothing sector in NZ since ’81, and conditions for workers globally;Janet Bogle will represent the IWD Committee, speaking about the history of International (Working) Women's Day and this year's event.

For more info contact Karyn Amoore tel (09)358 4105 or email amoorenz@yahoo.com

Peace Not War CD for 'No to War' action in Aotearoa NZ

Hundreds of artists donated their music to the project - 32 appear in the CD collection. Currently, there are only 60 CDs in the country - jump in quick for your copy!

Global Peace & Justice Auckland are distributing the CDs to raise funds for "No to War" activities such as the Global Day of Action Against the War and Occupation. March 20th.

$35 for a double cd set and lyric booklet+ $2.50 for postage & packaging around the country (or, if in Auckland, you can arrange to pick one up)

For Ordering Information: Geraldene: Email bern@ihug.co.nz with "Peace Not War CD" in the subject line.

Special thanks to the Christchurch people at New Internationalist Magazine

DISC ONE Ani DiFranco / Sleater-Kinney / Public Enemy / Billy Bragg / Midnight Oil /Chumbawamba / DJ DisOrientalist / Asian Dub Foundation -with Tariq Ali / Life / Seize the Day / Crass / Change / The Unpeople - with John Pilger / Slovo / Yo La Tengo DISC TWO Ms Dynamite / Roots Manuva / Alabama 3 / The Mark of Cain / John Lester / GM Babyz / Torben & Joe - with Ken Livingstone / Nitin Sawhney / Funmental / SuparNovar / Laszlo Beckett / Pok & the Spacegoats / Stephan Smith - with Pete Seeger & DJ Spooky / Saul Williams - with Coldcut / Sia / Massive Attack / Bindi Blacher

Peace Not War CDs are produced independently by a small collective in London.

Sample tracks and lyric sheets are available at: http://www.peace-not-war.org/

"We are not affiliated with any particular group, just trying to support the peace movement in general."

For links to more details go to: http://www.gpja.pl.net

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