Day 229 & 230: More Adelaide Visits

Day 229: 8.30am

Yesterday at university of Adelaide with the students and staff telling them about our amazing walk from Perth to Adelaide and giving them a inside of how many think need to be still done to make think right for our people and Australia it self.

[Admin Gee] University of Adelaide: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/


Day 229: 9.30am

I just wanted to thank Mr Karrl Smith from the Living Kaurna Culture Centre for showing us and teaching us the culture from Kaurna people country area. The team and I enjoy the tour and also thank you for telling us the history of this country pass.

Thank you Mr Karrl Smith for having the time to see us and showing us around the Living Kaurna Culture Centre

[Admin Gee] More on the Living Kaurna Cultural Centre https://www.marion.sa.gov.au/living-kaurna-cultural-centre


Day 229: 10.30am

– Garry


Day 229: 1pm

Here with Matt Morrison and Corey Theatre the other day at the homeless anglicare. I just wanted to than this two for playing a song for us with we had lunch with the homeless.


Day 229: 3pm

Today with elder Dookie O’Loughlin who telling me story about the Dreaming story of the Kaurna – Tjilbruke, the water holes, animals and lore, and it’s connection from north to south. I just wanted to thank elder cookie newchurch for taking his time to see us and to talk with about some thing

[Guest Post] The man that Brotha Clinton is seated next too has spent the most part of his life, dedicated his life in fact to the restoration of Narungga and Kaurna culture and language.
He was a lecture at Tauondi for almost 30 years, ran his own classes teaching language and culture to his people. He did this with Mission School education. Not only did he teach it at Tauondi but took it out to our children in the schools, worked collaboratively with Councils around the Adelaide plains area to keep cultural/sacred sites safe and protected while also including the importance of these sites to the Kaurna and Narungga peoples. He laid our claim to this land with whites by protecting those sites, that we have been here thousands of years. He protected the proof of our existence and connection to dispel white myths.
He was the nucleus in establishing the Kaurna Cultural Living Centre which also includes Tjilburke Dreaming Story, Buthera’s Rock on Narungga land, Walk the York. All the language programs, and knowledge of how our lands was formed, plus many more programs to do with culture to many to name. This man, who is the only Narungga/Kaurna man alive today who is walking cultural library for Kaurna and Narungga. When our cultures was almost on the brink of extinction He gave its back its life. All those others that teach culture today can only teach because of him.
After all his dedication and commitment this year my father Kevin (Dookie) O’Loughlin will receive his Doctorate in Education and he deserves recognition for his life long endeavors. Although he is 70 he continues not only to promote our culture but also fights in the background for justice for his people. My family and I thank you for coming/passing through our country. My father said he is very proud of you and what your doing. – Ky Ky


Day 230: 11.30pm

Brett being Brett – Garry


Day 230: 5.30pm

[Admin Toby] Ill Starred Captain perform ‘Skin too few’ at Victoria Square for Clinton’s arrival in Adelaide. The guys also met up with Clinton on the road to show their support for the walk. Thanks for sending it in Justin and Scott – this is a great song!!

Days 227 & 228: Visiting Adelaide

Day 227: 10.30am

Hello guys  I just wanted to thank this good man Chris a other Noongar brother from western Australia for letting us stay at his place for two night when we first came into Adelaide. Thank you brother Chris for helping us and letting us stay at your place brother


Day 227: 12pm

Hey guys i just wanted to give a quick update I just wanted to thank everyone for coming to the rally the other day when we walk into Adelaide towards victories park. We what to thank everyone for donating and coming to Victoria square to welcoming us to Adelaide. Everyone who donates we what to let you know we raise about $540 dollar and that well help us on our walk to Melbourne. Thank you everyone for donating and thank you Adelaide mob for coming to the rally to welcome my team an I to Adelaide people country area.

Thank guys


Day 227: 1pm


Day 227: 2.30pm

Well I came this far and I’m making sure to finish this walk of into Canberra


Day 227: 5pm

[Admin Toby] JLM productions 4 minute feature of Clinton’s arrival in Adelaide.

For shirts that support the walk: www.clintonswalkforjustice.org/shop


Day 227: 6pm

You can see now which way I’m walking in. This is a map from beginning to show people which way I’m walking to Canberra. As you can see the next city after Adelaide we need to head of to is Melbourne. I just wanted to show you what the route well look like when i finish the walk in to Canberra.


Day 228: 12pm

Here today at the Adelaide day care centre for the homeless. We here to have a dinner with all this guys. All this homeless guys look up to me as a leader and a hero to them. I never know how high the homeless issue was in Adelaide. I all most break down about to cry because people who have nonething well to help and welcome people in. I just wanted to thank Tanya Hunter and Sister Janeta Mead for inviting us here at this homeless shelters place.

[Admin Gee] More info on the Adelaide Day Care Centre for the Homeless http://adelaidedaycentre.weebly.com/


Day 228: 9.30pm

[Admin Toby] Matt Morrison and Corey Theatre playing a special version of ‘Land’ for Clinton’s visit today at Adelaide Day Centre for Homeless Persons


Day 228: 9.30pm

[Guest Post] There are no words to describe how incredible and profound tonight was!

Our family had the great privilege of hosting, the phenonmenal Clinton Pryor and his team for dinner tonight. Thank you everyone that came for your warmth, kindness, understanding, open conversation and for the feeling of kinship that was felt by everyone tonight. My mind has been opened to the many discrepancies that exist in our society but more importantly how little effort it takes to overcome our percieved otherness to each other.

Feeling overwhelmed by the love and respect felt tonight and here’s hoping to many more times together!

Clinton is walking for justice from his home in Perth to Canberra and raising awareness for the injustices that exist in Australia including visiting Aboriginal communities and discussing Aboriginal issues, addressing homelessness and the irresponsibility of Government in addressing these issues. His walk is to bring all people in Australia to stand for justice.

We wish you all the very best for the rest of your journey Clinton – you are truly an inspiration!

Please share and follow Clinton’s Walk for Justice! – Appurva