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ASRC Jan 27
“We are not talking about the past are we?” Highest rate of incarnation, highest rate of suicide, ten years younger life expectancy. You can’t have justice for new Australians without justice for Indigenous Australians.
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Joshua Badge Jan 27
This is an incredible case study in how white fragility is weaponised to shut down critique. The speaker throws our rhetoric about women and children being raped but when called out about the racist implications responds with "I'm offended by that"
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Wombat.nap Jan 25
I witnessed Vic police silencing Indigenous people today. At the Melbourne protest I sat in front of some police. The officer in charge told surrounding police that he had told the microphone and speaker truck they could not move toward Flinders St intersection 1/
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Andy Fleming Mar 16
Replying to @slackbastard
16) Turner, like Erikson, is a RW serial pest, participating in many actions over the course of the last 2-3 years. A sample: having attended 's StK rally (JAN 5), for (JAN 26) RT trolled the MEL crowd (later being detained by pol).
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Crimes of Britain Jan 26
The British tried to wipe out the Aboriginal people and today it's a cause of celebration for many
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ndnviewpoint Jan 26
"Stop stealing our children, stop fracking our land, stop all the human rights abuses." Tens of thousands turned out for In Australia as Indigenous people worldwide wage largely the same struggle, the same fight against settler colonialism.
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Pearson In The Wind Jan 25
Replying to @LukeLPearson
More and more people are marching in solidarity and attending and events, learning more about their local country, and conservatives are flailing and desperately clinging to any colonial symbols and rhetoric they can find... very positive signs, I think.
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Samantha Martoo Feb 1
Taking some time out from social media 4 a few days. is hard on all of us mob, and I’m rly feeling the sadness still. It’s not healthy 4 me rn 2 be looking at so much racism & having my insta inbox filled with msgs. Gotta get myself strong again 🖤
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Pearson In The Wind Jan 25
Normally I feel pretty exhausted and deflated by this time of week but, despite some pretty horrific trolling here and in Facebook over my article, I’m actually feeling pretty optimistic that we can and will .
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semele costelloe Jan 26
Couldn’t tell you crowd numbers but when our clapping would echo down Bourke st it was pretty powerful
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Tim Lo Surdo Jan 25
This remember that every child in prison in the Northern Territory is Aboriginal. This is no accident. It’s a direct result of ongoing colonialism and a racist system that targets, over-polices, and terrorises Indigenous communities.
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Zion Lioness Jan 26
A day to celebrate colonialism, genocide and subjugation.
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Ash Johnstone Jan 26
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Celeste Liddle Jan 25
Also, taking the opportunity to tell to get stuffed. Not only did you fail to move on actual fascists but your taking of our sound for the Melbourne rally was totally unacceptable and insane. Revolting behaviour.
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Cherisse Jan 27
/ rallies aren't just about ! It pisses me off that certain people think we aren't concerned about suicide, child abuse, DFV, alcohol abuse etc.
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Honi Soit Jan 25
Sydney 2019, on Gadigal land. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land. Footage:
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Celeste Liddle Jan 25
Can we please get a sensible estimate by the media for the crowd size at the Melbourne rally? Because all are saying 10k or less. Some real perspective would be handy, cheers.
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Kayla Clinch Jan 25
Posters showing solidarity for First Nations people
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alana lentin Jan 27
That is after is not immaterial bc we can’t understand auschwitz without the racial-colonial. This doesn’t mean all racism/racist regimes are the same. It means we don’t get to pick and choose which history we care about.
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Brett Mason Jan 26
"1788, 26 January, for my ancestors, was a pretty difficult day as well" - I ask Prime Minister about the passing march in
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