Lisa moved to protest

Af­ter watch­ing Academy Award-win­ning doc­u­men­tary Lisa Miller felt com­pelled to take ac­tion. She signed up as an on-shore vol­un­teer for Sea Shep­herd and be­came in­volved in the cam­paign to stop the hunt­ing of dol­phins and whales. Ni­cola Ste­wart re­ports

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ler runs a stall at the Mata­mata Mar­ket to raise money for the cam­paign.

Next week’s rally is the first ma­jor protest she has been in­volved with and she said it had taken a lot of hard work to put it to­gether.

“I have been busy pro­mot­ing it on Face­book and I am get­ting fly­ers made up to put up.

“The aim is to raise as much aware­ness as we can and to let the Ja­panese Fish­eries Com­mis­sion know that we are not go­ing to just let this hap­pen.”

Ms Miller’s aim was to get 50 to 60 peo­ple along to the protest at the ASB Bank Cen­tre and said she had 55 peo­ple RSVP on Face­book so far.

Ded­i­cated: Mata­mata res­i­dent Lisa Miller is or­gan­is­ing a rally out­side the Ja­panese Con­sulate to protest the hunt­ing of dol­phins in Taiji.

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