Wednesday, 22 April 2009

Feminist Event: Sue Bradford at Drinking Liberally Wellington

My apologies for not getting this up earlier - I am a bit behind with blog stuff at the moment (read: very very behind), and sadly this is not the only thing waiting in the queue for some attention! Thanks for your patience everyone.

What: Sue Bradford, Green MP, at Drinking Liberally's Wellington chapter
When: Thursday 23rd April
Where: The Southern Cross, Abel Smith St, Wellington

Here's more from the Facebook event page:
Sue has been an activist on social justice, peace and womens’ issues from 1967 until the present day. She was Vice-president of the New Labour Party in 1989-90 until joining the Green Party in 1990; Stood for the Green Party in the 1998 Auckland City mayoralty elections; was the Green candidate for Rodney in 1999 & 2002, and for Northland in 2005. First elected to Parliament in 1999, now 3rd term MP and 3rd on the 2008 Green Party List. Sue is the Green Party’s candidate for East Coast Bays for the 2008 Election.

Sue represents the Green Party in Parliament to help bring about genuine, positive solutions to the unemployment, poverty and environmental problems which plague so many people and their communities in Aotearoa today.

We'll start at 5:30pm, Thursday April 23th, and Sue will speak from 6pm - stick around afterwards for a drink and a chat.
Sounds awesome, wish I could be there!

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