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Wellington Indymedia presents this Friday 2nd Dec.

Wellington Indymedia presents this Friday (2nd Dec.):

Tuhoe - a history of resistance (85 minutes)

A visual account of the fiery January 2005 protests in the Ruatoki valley, Urewera.

"We wanted them to feel the heat and smoke, and Tuhoe outrage and disgust at the way we have been treated for 200 years" - Tame Iti

Plus short documentaries from the Oceania Indymedia Newsreal 3:

Kia Tupato (Michelle McGregor) Sir John Turei and Maori views on genetic modification

Aboriginal Tent Embassy (Bella Bella) 30 year anniversary

The Tide is Turning (Matthew Donaldson) 2004 hikoi against the foreshore & seabed bill

Tasi Timor (Sahe Media Popular) Protests in Dili against Australian occupation of the Timor sea

Thistle Hall, Upper Cuba Street Friday 2nd December 7.30 pm - Entry: $5 donation

http://www.indymedia.org.nz

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