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💧Prof Anita Heiss
Wiradjuri. Author. Runner. Prof of Communications @ UQ. Board Member Ambassador
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💧Prof Anita Heiss retweeted
Rae Johnston 18h
SPREAD THE WORD: I am currently accepting pitches from writers! I'm looking for informed and accessible stories around climate change and the environment. Particularly keen for First Nations perspectives. Paid. Email pitches and questions to: rae@junkee.com
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Debbie Kilroy 8h
Young Yamatji woman was shot & killed by police this week Her family wants to bury Joyce with dignity & respect which was not given to her by police Plz donate so family doesn’t have to endure financial hardship in burying Joyce 💔
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💧Prof Anita Heiss 3h
Replying to @jakemreid
Same here. Think of you whenever I’m in 2035/2036. Love from the Matriarch and moi 💖💖
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💧Prof Anita Heiss 3h
Replying to @kevinyowyeh
😘😘
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David McKenna 7h
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💧Prof Anita Heiss 3h
Thank you for sharing!!
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💧Prof Anita Heiss retweeted
#NYWF2019 Program Is Live 12h
It's been an emotionally exhausting week: climate crisis, Aboriginal women dying by police hands, harsh realities of capitalism - BUT this does not mean we stop fighting. We keep fighting because we're literally fighting for our lives. Once the week's over, we'll keep fighting.
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IndigenousX Pty Ltd 10h
The people you are protesting against will always tell you that protesting doesn’t work, but maybe don’t take advice on how to create change from the people who oppose change...
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Natalie Cromb 11h
If a kid one you know made you proud at the here is a great 🎁 to buy them. Great tips to do a lot of little things that add up to a really big movement. is featured & it is by Lucy Bell at Get yours:
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Nick Bryant 15h
Thousands gather for in Sydney, as Australian prime minister who brandished a lump of coal in parliament dines with a US president who took America out of the Paris climate change accord
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Jill Stark 14h
I’ve been to a lot of rallies in Melbourne and I’ve never seen anything quite like this. Hard to capture how huge this crowd is. Extraordinary.
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Guardian Australia 11h
The crowd numbers are phenomenal. Melbourne 100,000+ Sydney 80,000+ Brisbane 30,000 Hobart 20,000 Canberra 15,000 Perth & Adelaide at least 10,000 each Thousands more across regional Australia & Pacific
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💧Prof Anita Heiss 9h
Thank you. Will definitely check it out! Peace.
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💧Prof Anita Heiss 9h
Replying to @boypage @atsisuq and 4 others
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💧Prof Anita Heiss 9h
😂😂
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Ancestress 12h
I really just want all the non-Aboriginal people doing the to know that our old people have been striking, marching, singing, dancing and dying for a healthy clean planet and good future for a long long time before this, so don’t forget about marching for us too♥️
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💧Prof Anita Heiss 9h
Replying to @drcbond
Truth!
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Natalie Walker 12h
Definitely more than the 50k that is being reported. I’ve never seen the domain overflowing like today. My estimate is easily 100k.
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💧Prof Anita Heiss 9h
Deadly! 🖤💛❤️
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💧Prof Anita Heiss 10h
Replying to @NatalieCromb
😘😘
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