Days 161 & 162: Woomera

Day 161: 8.30am

Walking night time is amazing. Sometime I think how can I do something amazing walking a cross a big country at the age of 26 to 27 year old. When I was doing my night walk. I pull out my peace of my Uluru rock to pray to my old people and when I just pull it out a falling star fell from the sky and i was like that never happen before.

That when I knew they wanted me to make a wish. I cannot tell you what I wish for. But after that wish I started to feed different like something jump in me and I started to feel better and more happier on my walk. I think my old people wanted help me on not stressing to much and feel more happier and enjoy the walk more.

When I see that star fall from the sky that when I knew I needed to finish this walk of and get to Canberra fast as I can. But it well take time because I thinking of doing something amazing for next couple days before pushing it though on the walk. I well be putting up a post to let every one know what I’m going to do amazing


Day 161: 12pm

We just in Woomera RAAF test range place. This place has a dark history pass. So I’m here to read Woomera history and learn about what happen here.


Day 161: 7.30pm

The RAAF Woomera, we stop in a had a look at the town, at the time we were there it was very quiet indeed. – Noonie


Day 162: 8am

Have a listen.


Day 162: 9am

[Admin Luke] Hi everyone, we’re one week into the Crowdfund and have raised over $4500! GREAT job so far.

That’s enough to cover the cost of repairing the Justice Mobile and keeping Garry going. Just like the walk, there is still a long way to reach our goal though.

Please donate and share to keep Clinton and the Walk For Justice Team going all the way to Canberra!!


Day 162: 12pm

I’m walking why because I’m going to fight for justice for my people. I have walked and walking though a lot of community, station and homeland. I have sat down with my people, my elders, our children and my old people. I have listen, heard, felt the pain and seen the sadness in my people eye’s. I have seen the way how my people are living, and how things are not being done for them. But now I see a new hope and fight in our people and elders, tears of happiness when they see me walking into their communities. I now know I am not walking alone and my walk is not in vein as my people are joining me and standing and walking with me together we can do this to get justice for all of us.

 

Author: Clintonswalkforjustice

I’m a Wajuk, Balardung, Kija and a Yulparitja man from the West of Australia. I will be walking across country from Matagarup/Heirrison Island in Perth to Parliament House in Canberra, following songlines and visiting communities along the way, where I will eventually be seeking audience with the Prime Minister and address the many injustices against the First Nations people of this land.

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