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Invasion Day protest planned for Canberra

P1 Tauto SansburyThe Original Peoples Freedom Movement is calling for thousands of First Peoples to converge on Canberra on Invasion Day, January 26 to join in a sit-in protest at government policies destroying their Culture and heritage.

The protest, which will also mark the 43rd anniversary of the establishment of the original Aboriginal Tent Embassy, will demand government end what the Original Peoples...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 07:44

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Leaders not moved by Abbott’s words on constitution

P3 Anderson MansellPrime Minister, Tony Abbott should "sweat blood" improving the lives of First Peoples instead of changing some words in the constitution, a spokesman for the First Peoples Freedom Movement, Narrunga Elder, Tauto Sansbury said.

Mr Sansbury joined a chorus of prominent First Peoples leaders condemning both the Prime Minister and the Labor leader of the Federal Opposition, Bill Shorten for...

 

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Rally call goes out for an Invasion Day protest in Canberra



 








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