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Closed Cause page created in the Community category by Nicole Skews-Poole for Emmy Anagrammaton


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Help raise funds for Emmy who had her arm broken by security for protesting Corrections and Police presence at Auckland's Pride parade

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Emmy was brutalised by Pride security for protesting the inclusion of Corrections staff and Police in the Auckland Pride Parade on Saturday 21 February. Both these organisations have disgusting track records of mistreating trans people and there are trans women in men's prisons in New Zealand right now.

Emmy's arm was broken by a security staff member, and she was refused medical attention despite being in agony for over 45 minutes. Police tried to arrest her instead of seek help.

She is currently in Auckland hospital.


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Page created by

Nicole Skews-Poole

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Wellington

I'm fundraising for Emmy in case she needs money for medical care or any assistance in getting justice for this assault.

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Emmy Anagrammaton

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Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Emmy Anagrammaton.

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“An injury to one is an injury to all.”
“Emmy I'm proud of you!!! And also ashamed that this happened to you.”
“Solidarity from School's Out, a Wellington based group for sex, sexuality and gender diverse young people.”
“kia kaha”
“No pride in prisons. No pride with police.”
“in love and rage <3”
“Sending good thoughts your way”
“#noprideinprisons”
“I’ve caught up with the various online postings about this and I feel awful that this has happened to Emmy. No one should have such an injury come to them for a simple protest, especially at an event like Pride. Concerned also at some of the reaction from others in the queer community. I wish things were different.”
“Doesn't make me feel 'proud' at all this happened. Hope your arm heals well.”
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