Project Update: Get Pog back in the water to Sail 4 Justice


Don’t turn ur back on the old country, our land and sea are calling us…

The people and the land are suffering.

These colonial governments have no jurisdiction, they got no right to be locking people up, torturing and killing them, our mob, our brothers and sisters in West Papua or the mobs fleeing war, coming here just looking for safety. It’s our land we should be allowed to welcome them and look after country, protect it from mining companies logging and waste dumps.

I’m talking toall you mob here and across the Pacific

Don’t turn ur back on the land and people. Time for this next generation to stand up, come together and sail 4 justice’’ Uncle Kevin Buzzacott Arabunna Elder

Yay! Big thanks, you mob rock! We made past the 5k mark! We super proud to have such a concious and generous crew around us!

We will work hard to make this happen with as much swet and caleses as it takes to #sail4justice

You can follow our boat fixing progress on:

And mission updates on

Patches coming soon!

Please feel free to contact me if you want to get involved in the next chapter or invite other people that might be up for contributing- be it fixing, donating or sailing. We are heading back up to Darwin. Get in touch if you feel like a DIY BYO everything tropical working holiday. Private message me on

Action plan under way, stay tuned, its gonna be epic thanks to you!

xx Much love and adventures xx

Freedom Now


West Papua-

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UNITED STRUGGLE PROJECT Objectives: Record music and make music video clips addressing issues face by displaced people with artists in affected areas, including one collaborative song with a representative from each place Forum for displaced people to express their stories through music and video and documentary making Create networks to unite global struggles Create links with artists globally Target racism against refugees in the broader community Background and Inspirations My main motivation is my love of music and belief in social and environmental justice. Music can be used as a tool for change and education to break down walls, create common ground and unite common struggles. Lake Eyre to West Papua Land and Sea Convoy for Peace and Justice Looking at the ancient ways to find the new beginnings… ‘’We were one people, we still are one people, we must up hold our cultural connection, the old land is calling us.’’ Uncle Kevin Buzzacott Arabuna elder.

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