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Save this Sacred Men's Site from being quarried!

Save this Sacred Men's Site from being quarried!

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This petition has been created by Phoebe H. and may not represent the views of the Avaaz community.
Phoebe H.
started this petition to
Jeremy Buckingham MLC and Jan Barham MLC,
Victor Dominello - Aboriginal Affairs minister,
Robyn Parker - Minister. for Environment and Heritage
AN URGENT UPDATE:http://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/article/2016/07/19/human-remains-present-at-proposed-quarry-mens-initiati... They are about to start blasting please sign and share NOW: Without consultation with the Githabul Elders as agreed, the council has built a $Million road to the site in preparation for mining this sacred area. This must not go ahead! Please share far and wide as the council have acted illegally and without the consent of the true Elders and custodians of the land. It is an acknowledged Sacred Mens Site for the Githabul people, the Original peoples of Cedar Point, Kyogle. NSW Australia. Time and options are limited as the development was approved months ago and survey pegs are in the ground. The Githabul people need your help to stop this wanton desecration of one of their most sacred places just for the profit of a few.
It is so important to let the corporate and mining sectors know that we will no longer let them "bulldoze" away our planet and heritage, especially the ancient heritage that is being held sacred by the Original people of Australia and the other indigenous cultures of this world. A win here would be a win for all.
As a Mother of 4 and a Grandmother of 11 and it is so important to me to see these sacred areas and knowledge saved for all future generations. When we stand together strong and determined we will win.