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Nina Springle Feb 6
Listening now to speak about Australia Day as a day of mourning, genocide, dispossession, Treaty & standing with the women of Warriors of Aboriginal Resistance.
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Celeste Liddle Jan 26
Amazing to me that people can be losing their shit over an Aboriginal woman stating “Australia can burn to the ground” yet reinforce terra nullius and the state and the actual problem at every turn
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Aboriginal Health Jan 25
Crowds at rally in Narrm (Melbourne) have been estimated by punters at between 30,000 - 80,000. At St Kilda for “ right wing “ True Blue crew EST 50
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Nakkiah Lui Jan 26
The does amazing work and is INTEGRAL in the support of Aboriginal people - especially some of the most vulnerable people. The criticism from the likes Warren Mundine to defund is unfair and quite simply a diversion from all how successful the Protests were.
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MJ Leaver Jan 29
I expect every single one of you who tweeted about and to say Your silence is complicity in this orchestrated smear campaign. Activism shouldn't be polite, comfortable and convenient, it's showing up, and continuing to show up.
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Tom Clarke Jan 26
As Professor Gary Foley enthusiastically told the huge crowd in Melbourne, the Australian Government won’t be able to ignore protests like this for long; he talked of a renaissance in the Aboriginal resistance movement
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John Englart EAM Jan 26
Turnbull is wrong, many tens of thousands of ordinary Australians want action on , , and to listen and respond to our First Nation peoples, including : Thousands of protesters attend ' ' protests
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Ash Sarkar Jan 26
This , why not take the time to read up on the Stolen Generations? Aboriginal children were forcibly removed from their families by the state, right up until the 1970’s. And it’s still going on today
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Nish Morris Jan 26
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Guardian Australia Jan 26
'People are starting to understand': huge protest stuns Melbourne
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Calla Wahlquist Jan 25
This might be my favourite sign from the Melbourne march.
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Paul Dutton Feb 3
Australia Day is all about colonialism, nothing to do with culturally diverse nation &especially nothing ever to do about an inclusive Indigenous Nations. The nation must start developing solutions to abuse and murder. White journalists don’t have answers.
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Guardian Australia Jan 25
Thousands take part in the march to Victoria Park, where the Yabun festival is held. Similar marches or rallies are being held in Melbourne, Brisbane, Hobart and Perth, as well as a number of regional towns, with events in Adelaide and Darwin
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Junkee Jan 26
"No Pride In Genocide": Tens Of Thousands Of People Marched In Rallies Yesterday
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Put Labor Last Jan 26
'F*** Australia, hope it burns to the ground': 'Invasion Day' labor and greens aligned protestors says the country 'doesn't deserve a day of celebration'.
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Joshua Badge Jan 28
After the march an Indigenous woman named Tania asked for a photograph. She looked at the our banner and our flags and said, wryly: "It's about time your mob showed up". She's too bloody right. If your practice isn't intersectional then what's it worth?
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Debbie Kilroy Jan 25
Invasion day 🖤💛❤️ Our children are our future
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Roj Amedi Jan 26
So you may have attended an rally and are now wondering what you can do? Here is a list of Aboriginal lead organisations you can donate to and support
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Celeste Liddle Jan 25
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Prof M Davis [-0-] Jan 25
Wow. That is seriously respectful. [-0-]
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