Join the ACE Nuclear Free Collective for the opportunity to see this inspiring documentary film. 'Walking for country' is a celebration of Wangkatja country and a testament to the strength of the community who have fought to stop uranium mining at Yeelirrie, Western Australia for over forty years.
It's also a chance to hear directly from Aunty Vicky Abdullah, Traditional Owner from Yeelirrie, who will be speaking at this special screening. Aunty Vicky is one of three Tjiwarl Native Title holders who, along with the Conservation Council of WA, are taking a supreme court action to challenge the state government decision to approve the mine at Yeelirrie.
Scroll down for tickets: Concession $10 / Waged $15 / Solidarity $20
Profits from the screening will go to the WA campaign to protect Yeelirrie.
Note: Tickets for First Nations people available at no cost (pay the rent tickets), and tickets also available for those who need them for free or at reduced price (no one turned away for lack of funds). Please get in touch to reserve these tickets - email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9419 8700
Venue is on ground floor and is wheelchair accessible (with one small ramp).
Accessible toilet available.
Sorry, subtitles not available on film or interpreter for speaker.
23 Meyers Pl
Melbourne / Naarm 3000
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