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Anything to Say? Melbourne
March 7 @ 6:00 pm - March 8 @ 8:00 pm AEDT
‘Anything to Say?’ is coming to Melbourne Australia, for the first time!
This stunning tribute to courage and bravery is a must-see experience that you won’t want to miss!
Honouring the significant personal sacrifices of free speech warriors Julian Assange, Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning, and in Melbourne for a limited time only.
Visitors will have the opportunity to explore the monument, listen to speeches from notable figures and experience live performances. This is a unique chance to celebrate the fortitude of those who have made a difference in the way we see our world, and be inspired and moved by this magnificent piece of art.
Join us for this historic event and don’t forget to take a selfie and share across your socials.
Do you have Anything To Say?
TUESDAY 7 MARCH – Our amazing line up of speakers and artists include:
Street performers – from 5pm – Musicians, dancers, and chalk artists.
Acknowledgement to Country – from 6pm, Tuesday 7 March only.
MC: Dr. Josephine Scicluna- PEN Melbourne
Dr. Olivia Ball – Melbourne City Council
Davide Dormino – Sculpture Artist
Chris McKenzie – PEN Melbourne
Stephen Kenny – Australian Lawyer for Julian Assange (Former lawyer for David Hicks)
Dean Yates – Former Reuters Bureau Chief in Baghdad at time of Collateral Murder
David McBride – Military Whistle-blower facing 75 years in jail for exposing war crimes in Afghanistan
John Shipton – Father and dedicated Campaigner of freedom for his son Julian Assange
Special guests – appearing via video link:
Stella Assange – Julian’s wife and mother of his children
Edward Snowden – NSA Whistle-blower living in exile in Russia
Music to follow
Anything To Say? will remain in Queensbridge Square until 8pm, Wednesday 8 March.
We look forward to seeing you, and we hope that you will be inspired and empowered to Act NOW for Assange to defend free speech, freedom of press and help free Australian political prisoner and award winning publisher Julian Assange.
Register your interest here: https://www.action.assangecampaign.org.au/anything-to-say-melbourne