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Movie update on COAL and what we can do to leave it behind!

THIS BEING ~ THAT BECOMES.

MORE COAL BURNING ~ MORE SUFFERING FOR ALL BEINGS

2 short movies illustrating:

  • the problem NSW faces with coal mine expansions,
  • the perverse implications of growing coal burning for the world's climate, and 
  • what we can do to help stop expansions at this critical time for our climate.

Come along, lets talk about where we are and a whole range of things we can do.

A warm welcome, interesting info, drinks and snacks!

WHEN
July 06, 2024 at 7:00pm
WHERE
Sydney Buddhist Centre
24 Enmore Rd
Newtown, NSW 2042
Australia
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Walanbaa Ngiiyani | Stronger Together movie screening

This documentary symbolises the beauty and power of collective resistance. Walanbaa Ngiiyani | Stronger Together is a brand new 35 minute documentary following a motley crew of school students, Pacific Climate Warriors and Gomeroi First Nations Custodians as they come together in northwest New South Wales to visit the ancient lands and waters of the Gomeroi people. Together, as they confront the damaging impacts of mega coal mines and gas wells and work to protect lands and lives against the fossil fuel industry, we see that in the fight for climate justice we are walanbaa ngiiyani - stronger together.

WHEN
July 13, 2024 at 12:00pm
WHERE
Randwick Sustainability Hub
16A7 Munda St
Coogee, NSW 2031
Australia
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SCREENING of "Walanbaa Ngiiyani | Stronger Together" documentary

Walanbaa Ngiiyani | Stronger Together is a 35 minute documentary following a diverse group of Pacific, First Nations and youth activists as they come together on Gomeroi Country to confront the destruction being wrecked on lands, lives and livelihoods by the coal and gas industry, and build the movement of powerful shared resistance.  

These stories are powerful, and this film needs to be shared. This short guide details how you can host a screening of this film in your community.

Walanbaa Ngiiyani means Stronger Together in Gomeroi language and was a title gifted to the film by Gomeroi allies.

WHEN
July 21, 2024 at 10:00am
WHERE
Northey Street City Farm
Corner of Northey and Victoria Streets
Windsor, (Brisbane~Megandjin) Queensland, Australia, QLD 40
Australia
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Winter Film Night: Walanbaa Ngiiyani | Stronger Together

'Walanbaa Ngiiyani | Stronger Together' is a 35 minute documentary following a motley crew of school students, Pacific Climate Warriors and Gomeroi First Nations Custodians as they come together in northwest New South Wales to visit the ancient lands and waters of the Gomeroi people.

Together, as they confront the damaging impacts of mega coal mines and gas wells and work to protect lands and lives against the fossil fuel industry, we see that in the fight for climate justice we are walanbaa ngiiyani - stronger together.

Join our screening of this important film on Friday 21st June, 6pm at the Wilderness Society Launceston Campaign Centre, 174 Charles Street, Launceston.

This film screening is free, but registration is essential. Food and drink will be available for a small donation.'

WHEN
June 21, 2024 at 6:00pm
WHERE
The Wilderness Society Launceston Campaign Centre
174 Charles St
Launceston, TAS 7250
Australia
Google map and directions
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Walanbaa Ngiiyani | Stronger Together: Townsville Screening

Walanbaa Ngiiyani | Stronger Together is a 35 minute documentary on the disastrous impacts of coal and gas extraction on communities around Australia and the Pacific. 

A one-of-a-kind trip to Gomeroi Country brings together a motley crew of school students, Pacific Climate Warriors and Gomeroi First Nations Custodians, as they share powerful stories of resistance and the devastating impacts the coal and gas industry is having on Country and climate. 

The film follows Gabby, Karra and six school strikers as they get up close with the ancient lands and waters of the Gomeroi people in northwest New South Wales, and witness first hand the destruction being wrecked by mega coal mines and gas wells. 

As they stand together to protect Country and climate and build a powerful shared resistance, incredible bonds of solidarity are formed and we see that in the fight for climate justice, we are walanbaa ngiiyani - stronger together.

Join our screening of this important film on Saturday 22 June, 2024. Doors will open at 5.30pm, and the film will kick off at 6pm. 

We will have an outdoor film screening at the North Queensland Conservation Council office (114 Boundary Street, Railway Estate) - please bring a picnic rug, chairs, snacks and a warm blanket!

WHEN
June 22, 2024 at 5:30pm
WHERE
North Queensland Conservation Council Office
114 Boundary St
Railway Estate, QLD 4810
Australia
Google map and directions
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Walanbaa Ngiiyani | Stronger Together - Northern Beaches Screening

Walanbaa Ngiiyani | Stronger Together is a 35 minute documentary on the disastrous impacts of coal and gas extraction on communities around Australia and the Pacific. 

A one-of-a-kind trip to Gomeroi Country brings together a motley crew of school students, Pacific Climate Warriors and Gomeroi First Nations Custodians, as they share powerful stories of resistance and the devastating impacts the coal and gas industry is having on Country and climate. 

The film follows Gabby, Karra and six school strikers as they get up close with the ancient lands and waters of the Gomeroi people in northwest New South Wales, and witness first hand the destruction being wrecked by mega coal mines and gas wells. 

As they stand together to protect Country and climate and build a powerful shared resistance, incredible bonds of solidarity are formed and we see that in the fight for climate justice, we are walanbaa ngiiyani - stronger together.

Join the Northern Beaches screening of this important film at 7pm Wednesday 19th June at the Tramshed's Lakeview Hall.

Some nibbles and drinks will be provided, donations on the night via cash are appreciated.

Hope to see you there!

WHEN
June 19, 2024 at 7:00pm
WHERE
Tramshed Arts and Community Centre - Lakeview Hall
1395A Pittwater Rd
Narrabeen, NSW 2101
Australia
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Watch With Us to Learn More

We will watch the movie and have a discussion afterwards

WHEN
June 21, 2024 at 7:30pm
WHERE
Wesley Uniting Church Geelong
100 Yarra St
Geelong, VIC 3216
Australia
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So what are you waiting for?

Together, we can move Australia beyond coal!