Candlelight vigil at Waikato Uni
Peace Performance Night and Candlelight vigil at Waikato
Waikato Students will be hosting a peace performance
night and candlelight vigil on the 20th of September at
Namaste kitchen, Waikato Uni from 5:30 to 8 pm.
will include performances of poems, songs, speeches that
inspire and motivate peace and then a candlelight vigil to
stand in solidarity with the oppressed and more unfortunate
If you're into Peace, Justice, human rights,
then this event is for you! All welcome, both students and
The event is being hosted by University of
Waikato Students for Justice in the Middle East, Waikato
Musicians Club and new University of Waikato Amnesty group.
It is free but koha is welcome
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