Protest at Helen Clark's office June 11th 2002 

After recent apologies from the Prime Minister to Samoans and Gays, protesters suggested that it would be appropriate to apologise to all the NZ children who have had their fathers removed by state intervention over recent decades. 

Organiser Judge Dread was joined by two activists from Wellington, Rob Murray (left) and James Nicolle (right).

The new 'Project Reunion' bus makes it's public debut:

Obviously concerned by the growing restlessness of the natives outside her headquarters, Prime Minister Clark felt obliged to immediately call for an early election.


Next, protesters drove up the road to visit Phil Goff's electorate office

The previous protest was at the Ben Easton's Trial 22nd Feb 2002


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