Saturday was proof most people want First Nations voices and issues amplified on #InvasionDay. From tackling the impacts of the NT intervention to deaths in custody and forced adoptions — we can only celebrate when we’ve done the work to achieve justice.https://t.co/P5Ur7wQeki
— GetUp! (@GetUp) January 28, 2019
“We are not talking about the past are we?” Highest rate of incarnation, highest rate of suicide, ten years younger life expectancy.
— ASRC (@ASRC1) January 27, 2019
Thank you to everyone who showed up to join the 2019 Muslim contingent at the #InvasionDay protest. Let’s keep up the good work of solidarity and resistance as the battle against genocide and white supremacy is ongoing.
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— Solidarity for Palestine – Narrm/Mel (@ForPalestine__) January 27, 2019
— Sara Saleh (@SaraSalehOz) January 26, 2019
— Adam Houda (@LawyerAdamHouda) January 25, 2019
Absolutely blown away by #InvasionDay marches and events across Australia. Could not have imagined this even a few years ago. Solidarity with the tens of thousands of people protesting today
— Amy Coopes (@coopesdetat) January 26, 2019
As settlers on stolen land, we are the beneficiaries of 231 yrs of genocide, brutal assimilation policies, police violence & more. Solidarity means bringing our bodies, voices & privilege to dismantle this system that sees black bodies as a threat. Every day. #InvasionDay
— Tim Lo Surdo (@timlosurdo) January 26, 2019
Today, we stand alongside our First Nations People in solidarity in highlighting their ongoing grief, mourning and injustice.
Always will be,
— Hanan Dover (@HananDover1) January 25, 2019