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Come to Parliament this Wednesday at 2pm for the climate emergency declaration. Mail firstname.lastname@example.org to make a booking.
Would you like a chance to talk to members of the public about climate change. It's challenging work, and first and foremost you have to be a good listener. The @tu_future crew will be doing this on Wednesdays from now. Please get in touch if you are keen to join us.
Tuesday October 13th, 12:30, NZ Parliament Lawn. Come and mark the 100th Day of the #etu4future #ClimateStrike vigil. Meet hunger striker David and talk with us about holding the next government to account.
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Yesterday at #NZParliament, #XR and #ClimateStrikes combined. Note that the vigil continues: you can join us any day, between 11 and 2, at the Dick Seddon statue. Get in touch to get involved.
Monthly Archives: September 2020
David has committed to returning on the 5th of October to carry the vigil through to the 2020 Election. In the meantime the locals are keeping the vigil. I was there for the week: the picture you see there was … Continue reading
E Tū for Future and Fridays for Future were joined at Parliament today by:•Extinction Rebellion (XR) roadshow•XR Toddlers (my personal favourite)•James Shaw (briefly)•Jessica Hammond (TOP candidate for Õhāriu) I estimate about 80 people altogether gathered with us today. It was … Continue reading
I moved to temporarily facing parliament this morning to allow TOP to announce their climate change policy in front of King Dick. I think this is the first time in our 81 day vigil that our signage faced Parliament! I … Continue reading
It is a wet and windy day today after a sunny (and windy) day yesterday. It is great to be back occupying the foot of King Dick’s monument. It was especially a privilege to spend yesterday with Rick, his 20th … Continue reading
Tomorrow I am an eating person again. That is so exciting. I feel great appreciation for the fact of food. For the privilege of eating food. And I don’t want to be sentimental or seen as sentimental – (I can’t … Continue reading
Two weeks in to my hunger strike and I’m in a sort of flow. Rhythms around waking, drinking, commuting, engaging, relaxing, reflecting, drinking, sleeping, going again. I tire quickly but feeling strong, and grateful to be in good heart. In … Continue reading
As a therapist I live my life in relatedness and dialog. How strange this beast, blogging. Opaque and one sided! Perhaps this is the life of writers and columnists I am glimpsing into. I prefer to shape and share my … Continue reading
‘Hunger’ is such an emotive word. My hunger strike is obviously a hunger for food. It is designed to convey urgency. It embraces some sacrifice and offers up a fundamental liberty for something important. But what else am I and … Continue reading
The only conversations I had on the front steps today were with people I knew well already. Sue supported me in her gentle and amicable way; Andrew, dear friend and fellow therapist; Claire, therapist too (we are collectively raising the EMOTIONAL … Continue reading