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The day the raids came book launch

The day the raids
came

Media Notice: The day the raids came book launch
Date: 15 October 2010
From: Rebel Press

On 15 October 2010 we will commemorate the third anniversary of the State Terror Raids with the launch of a new book about that fateful day. The book, entitled 'The day the raids came: stories of survival and resistance to the state terror raids,' is a collection of stories from people affected by the raids, and includes terrifying incidents of state violence and inspiring stories of resistance. The launch will be held at Thistle Hall on Cuba Street in Wellington at 6pm on the 15th of October. All supporters, friends, fellow travellers and freedom fighters are welcome!' says editor Valerie Morse.

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