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7:41 pm, January 24th, 2014 - 12 comments
Categories: activism, benefits, class war, democratic participation, political education, poverty, unemployment, wages, welfare - Tags: sue bradford
The Auckland Action Against Poverty (AAAP) is inspiring, as well as doing important work at the grass roots: direct action, advocacy programmes for beneficiaries, education workshops on benefits, capitalism and more, networking with unions, and low waged workers, pickets, street demonstrations, providing information to the media…. a long list of achievements.
On their website, they have video that provides a record of their work and achievements. Narrated by Sue Bradford, it’s must see viewing for anyone interested in actions against poverty, grassroots campaigning, and direct action.
AAAP: From inception to action: it has been on youtube since November last year: