Aahana has refused police bail due to repressive bail conditions that cut contact with her community via non-associations with any “#BlockadeAustralia activists”. She has a support person and is being transferred to a youth detention centre until her hearing. We stand with her in solidarity and care.

Like she said today, “I’m not taking this action to get arrested, this is the systems response… The system was always intended to benefit a small group of people. The state eradicates dissent… it puts profit over people, commodity over community.”

“WE are centred in hope, storytelling and solidarity – but we must get organised”

If you can, please support our Legal Fund for the 17 arrestees.

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