After much delay, I’m pleased to be able to confirm details of my first public meeting:
Date: Saturday 10 November
Place: Greenlane Christian Centre
Address: 17 Marewa Road, Greenlane, Auckland.
It’s a big room — 650 seats — so please spread the word.
If each of you phone or email five Aucklanders, and get them to contact five Aucklanders, we’ll get a good crowd.
Yes Rudi, I’ll get you my Auckland database just as soon as I’ve transferred the latest tide of emails!
My Auckland guy is keen, really keen. And he’s not inclined to muck about keeping the location secret. I’m happy with that, and hope you are too.
We’ll have security, and notify the police in case of trouble.
To the GCC, thank you for allowing your auditorium to be used for a meeting about racial equality. I like to think your founder would have approved. 🙂
I’m going to leave Sunday the 11th free to meet with potential funders and other interested people.
If you’d like to meet while I’m in Auckland, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After all the fuss, I must say it’s great to finally have a launch date to focus on.
Precisely what I’m launching is still evolving. 🙂
If you can’t make the Auckland meeting, hopefully we’ll see you in Tauranga two days later on Monday 12 November at 6.30pm.
Haven’t yet decided when to announce that venue, as Bay of Plenty people seem to be pretty scared of — or keen to appease — their local Griever Maori.
For now, keep those Tauranga registrations coming on the above email address.
If we don’t have the courage to show our faces at a meeting to defend such a basic human right as racial equality, do we deserve our country?
I say yes, we do — and we should stand up for it, and be seen to be standing up for it.
What do you say?
UPDATE: I have an offer to organise a meeting on the Kapiti Coast. Let’s know if you could be a starter.