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Cultural Workers for Palestine Aotearoa

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Cultural workers and artists are calling for our cultural institutions to publicly call for ceasefire and declare their solidarity with Palestine. This includes signing on to PACBI’s cultural boycott, ensuring their workplaces support and not silencing workers.

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Society29.11.23

Cultural workers and artists are calling for our cultural institutions to publicly call for ceasefire and commit to solidarity with Palestine. This includes signing on to PACBI’s cultural boycott, and ensuring their workplaces support and don't silence workers. Here is their open letter, which you can sign.

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