Red Remembrance Day

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One year from the D-date for injections, in the no-jab,no-job mandate.

November 15th 2021 was a defining point for many of us as the mandates and the no-jab, no-job policy kicked in and irretrievably changed our lives and our country. Many were injured, many died. Many lost jobs, family and friends.

Come and join us in this nationwide peaceful event to acknowledge the suffering and celebrate resilience with friends.

We will not forget.

15 November 12 pm


Whangarei: Laurie Hall Park, Bank St

Auckland: Aotea Square,CBD

Hamilton: Civic Square, CBD

Te Awamutu: The Anzac Green, cnr Bank & Teasdale sts

Bay of Plenty: Old Phoenix Carpark, Mt Manganui Downtown

Taupo: Tongariro Domain Playground, Taupo town centre

New Plymouth: East End Beach, Paris Plage

Wellington: Civic Square

Masterton: Queen Elizabeth 2 Park (Outside Coco’s)

Levin: Adventure playground

Hawkes Bay: Hastings Library, Forecourt Area

Nelson: Cathedral Steps, CBD

Motueka: Thorpe St Park (New World)

Blenheim: Seymour Square

Christchurch: Hagley Park, opposite the hospital

Hokitika: Cass Square by the Remembrance Memorial

Dunedin: Queens Gardens

Queenstown: Queenstown Gardens

Wanaka: Dinosaur Park, Lake Front

Your town not in the list? Get some friends together, wear red and gather together.

These gatherings are to be respectful, friendly, celebrative, supportive and compassionate. There will be some organised speakers and an opportunity for open mic to hear people’s stories.

Please ensure all signage is factual, moral, legal and respectful of all.

Remember your red t-shirts, hats, water and sun protection. Bring some sandwiches and an appetite to meet others all in the same giant waka! Kia Kaha everyone.

NZDSOS, with New Zealand Rising is holding country-wide events to mark this day and to acknowledge and remember those who got hurt and those who resisted. These will be peaceful events acknowledging the suffering, celebrating resilience and recognising the time we have had doing it hard – and still are. We are leading this initiative to strengthen community cohesion and morale along with showing off (not protesting) our resistance and steadfastness in the face of the unprecedented war against our society, where we are now expected to dob each other in for our political views.

We Need You

  • To come and join us from 12 – 2pm on Tuesday 15th November – venues to be announced
  • To be present in support of our mission, our people, our country
  • To help spread the word on this event, and watch and listen for the venues nationwide to be announced here and on other channels
  • To encourage those left behind, to come out and be seen, be helped if we can, be heard if they would like, and be celebrated
  • To be visible, vibrant, friendly people of inspiration and change.
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