No subs! No nuclear chain! ANFA speak out at Port Kembla

Saturday, 6 April 2024 - 9:00am to Saturday, 13 April 2024 - 9:30am

In today’s show we share with you audio recorded at the Community Speak out at the Australian Nuclear Free Alliance meeting, March 15-17th.

ANFA is a grassroots alliance that has brought together Aboriginal people and civil society groups concerned about existing or proposed nuclear developments in ‘so called’ Australia since 1997. The was the first East Coast meeting of ANFA and was called to come to the East Coast due to the nearby proposed stationing of nuclear submarines at Port Kembla, a key part of the AUKUS deal, just 15km from the coastal city of Wollongong. 

At the Sunday Community speak out delegates from across many different Aboriginal Countries, who had travelled thousands of kms to be at ANFA, shared stories and heard from local unionists and organisers. From the desert to the sea, links were made between nuclear projects, their impacts and struggles against them. Speakers are, Natalise Wasley (MC) of the Maritime Union of Australia, ANFA president and chairperson- Sue Coleman Haseldine and Trish Frail, Henry Rajendra- President of the Teachers Federation NSW, and Arthur Rorris, Secretary of South Coast Labour Council.

Australian Nuclear Free Alliance

Wollongong Against War and Nukes


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Emma Crunch, AC Hunter & Michaela Stubbs