[Admin Toby] Janelle and Zach’s visit to Australia was a cultural exchange through a partnership between the Australian Health Services Research Institute (AHSRI) at the University of Wollongong, Waminda – South Coast Women’s Health & Welfare Aboriginal Corp., Welfare Aboriginal Corporation and Purdue University.
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Join us to celebrate Clinton’s arrival in Canberra and his meeting with the Governor General in the spot where The Walk for Justice began almost a whole year ago!
Day 342: 11.30am
Call out for help asap we need two driver who have LR licence to driver 22 seater school bus. There are two of them, we need this drive by today this afternoon to pick up this bus or one for now to pick up one of the bus’s and get the other one in the next couple of days. We leave Campbelltown tomorrow around 9:00am if you cannot make it.
I have decided to use one of the bus as a shuttle bus to pick people up and to drop people of if they what to walk with us where we are and when you finish walking with us we can drop you back to your town. The other one well stay with us for the hold day because to help people walk and need to rest.
Food, fuel, tent and blankets are cover. The only think you need is stuff for your self and the LR licence because you well be charge on the bus you drive until we get to Canberra. Please message me asap so we can organise something out.
We have two amazing drivers who have joined the team!
From the 19th out of Bulli to the end of the day’s walk for us. As well as where we were camped. – Noonie
The injustice this government has done to all of us shall no longer do injustice any more, that justice shall come forward to break it down to bring out the truth of freedom an unite.
That we has the olderst living culture on earth an we has a mulculture country of people who has different religious beliefs what to bring more to this country an the world it self to lead it in a new way of path where it shall show the true future of what we all wanted.
That it well bring this country together in working on a better way of a future for our child to live together in harmony an that no one shall no longer be left behind living in homeless an living in poverty. That mother earth shall shine an bring back the beautiful of this life we see every day in this world.
It is time for what we want and we have waited for a long time for this an the time is now to get it.
Day 341: 8am
The constitution is not broken it just that you people in politics don’t want to follow the rule book because you choose to be greedy an what power to control us.
The construction is for the people to give them the power to have a say when it come to laws, votes and who they want to lead this country.
I seen the old constitution the 1901 it has change from a government for the people to a government for the rich. We shall no longer be rule by the rich an that the power shall come back to the people.
Day 341: 8.30am
This is a tree in Wollongong, it has a lot of colour on it. – Noonie
Hey all please donate an support my admin team who work so hard behind close door helping with the walk I doing. I what them to fly over because they a my friend and family an they decide the respect of knowledge for the amazing work they a doing with the walk for justice.
This will also fly over two elder I know very well and who I what to come over to stand with me on the last leg of the walk.
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What I see in this picture haha lol
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It time to speak out.
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Friday, 18th. From Wollongong to Illawarra Escarpment. Bulli – Noonie
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Please donate to help finish the walk of and also we calling out for assistance to try get two bus to help us help all this people walking with us from Campbelltown to Canberra.
This is what going on the side of the bus’s guys what you think.
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Out of Wollongong on the 18th a long the road and some people we meet. With one walker who walked with us for a few ks. – Noonie
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Doing a call out for assistance for volunteers bus’s driver who have a LR licence. The bus a automatic and who what to come on a amazing trip helping eveyone who walking with us from Campbelltown to Canberra an who are up for a drive for couple week until the walk is finish. Please message me an let me know asap. Need this volunteers by tomorrow so we can pick up this to bus tomorrow night.
Good morning guys it another beautiful day of walking today. Before we get into the walk today. I what to thank Robbie Hyde from Newcastle for organising everything when we went to Newcastle an doing the hard work organising BBQ, the event and letting everyone know we where coming to Murrook aboriginal community centre.
I what to thank Elders John Ridgeway for doing welcome to country at Murrook an welcoming the team an I onto they country. I what to thank Murrook aboriginal community centre for letting Robbie host the event at they place.
I what to thank everyone else for coming along to meet the team an I and also coming a long to support the walk for justice.
Thank you Robbie and everyone else at Newcastle for coming an showing your support.
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Hey all please come today to the event in Campbelltown. If you live around the area or know people from the area please let them know to come to the event today to meet the team an I.
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The start of our Thursday to Wollongong this, 17th of August. – Noonie
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BBC world news has come out to join us for today, I told them that I what to change the statement around to let the world know what we want has first people of this country we want our treaty and we what international pressure on the Australian government, the Britain government and the crow it self to give us our treaty.
So we can move this country forward, but learn from the country pass. So we do not make the same mistakes ever again in the future.
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[Admin Toby] The deal will see the Wik nations partner with Legion Wealths to export wood from tree lopping in Aurukun, exported to the Asian market.
This venture will include building a saw mill in Aurukun to provide local Employment for Aurukun people.
Currently the wood is chopped down and burnt for land clearing by Rio Tinto Mining. Aurukun people want to recycle it & export it to make furniture and other products.
The Asain Market is targeted for the recycled wood with the trade deal also including replanting of trees and rejuvenation of country by Legion Wealths.
In Campbelltown at the Tharawal Aboriginal Community were Clinton had a warm welcoming. – Noonie
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Day 340: 5pm
The Campbelltown welcome. More good people to meet and wonderful people throughout the Lands and Country’s. – Noonie
Day 340: 5pm
Hey all a call out for assistance with two bus to help us with the final journey to Canberra. I need some help if anyone can lend two bus to help us from Campbelltown to Canberra why because there going to be a lot of people joinning us for the last leg of the walk from Campbelltown to Canberra. We going to have people travelling from central desert, Alice Springs, Warburton, Wiluna, leonare, Laverton and other part of Australia a going to join us in Campbelltown for the final walk.
Why I need bus: We ask for two bus because we going to have a lot of elder’s, family and child a going join us from Campbelltown on would and if they get tired they can jump on the bus to rest.
I ask if any aboriginal organisations or anyone else from here at Campbelltown on would to Canberra to assist us with two bus so we can help all this people who joinning us. It be good if a aboriginal organisation can lend us two bus and when we finish we can take the two bus back to you after the walk is finish or if aboriginal organisation can pay for fuel that the bus they lend us and when we finish we can take it back to you. We also ask for voluntee to drives this bus and to assist us driving this bus two help everyone who walking.
We need this help asap because we going to have a lot of people walking with us from Campbelltown towards Canberra. Please message me if you can help. We leave Campbelltown this Sunday morning why because we just giving people time to get here before we start the last walk towards Canberra. It going to be pack with people walking with us towards Canberra.
Day 340: 5pm
Along the road. – Noonie
Day 340: 7.30pm
A big call out if you can dance we need more young indigenous dancers to meet Clinton in Canberra show the government our many Aboriginal Originals then fill the council lawns let’s do it thank you.
Another big call out to all our friends and families if you can come to Canberra and support this young man Clinton is walking for Justice and for all let’s make it a big event so the government can stand up and listen thank you and see you there
We officially reached our Goal for this fundraiser just this morning!
Thank you all! (30/08/17)
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Good morning guys it another beautiful day of walking today. I just what to thank people of Sydney for the amazing support and welcoming into Sydney Redfern the block.
I what to thank aunty Jenny Munro an her daughter Lorna Munro for organising everything in Redfern the event, food and welcoming to country in the block. Also doing a lot of the hard work to make sure the event when very well. I what to thank everyone else for coming to the event and welcome us into Redfern.
Thank you aunty Jenny an Lorna for doing all this for us and thank you, you mob from sydney for coming and showing support for the walk for justice.
I what to thank Kristen Parker the CEO of National centre of Indigenous excellence but now has left for helping us with accommodation in Redfern and making sure we had some where to stay.
The national centre of indigenous excellence don’t let any one stay at the place with out paying. But they have done this for us for free and the team and I what to thank you guys for letting us stay there.
Thank you everyone from sydney and thank you everyone from Redfern the block.
Wednesday, from Kiama, it look like the rain mite have been with us today, then the rain was gone, the sun was here to stay. – Noonie
Day 339: 10.30am
I just what to thank the people of La Perouse community for inviting us out to the community an organise a event on the day we arrived out there.
I want to thank the La Perouse aboriginal community health centre for organising everything like the BBQ, event and welcoming to country. Thank you La Perouse aboriginal community health centre.
I want to thank the elder’s for coming a lone to welcome me an the team to the community. I want to thank the year 4 kids for singing songs and welcoming us into the community. I also want to thank the school kids and high school kids for doing a welcoming to country traditional dance.
I want to thank everyone else from La Perouse and other for coming and showing support for want we a doing an also I what to thank you all for the amazing welcome into La Perouse community.
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Wednesday the 16th, from Bombo to our rest stop, where we left the Princes Highway for a safer road to walk on Shellharbour Rd. – Noonie
Day 339: 2.30pm
On Shellharbour Rd to were we finished our day. – Noonie
My favourite scene on gladiator. Win the people heart and support and you well gain your freedom. Be the people champion.
On the walk, Monday. – Noonie
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– Herbert Bropho
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[Admin Toby] National Indigenous Times reports; ‘it is time for the Indigenous disciples of Constitutional recognition to turn their eyes to legislation’.
Michael Mansell adds: “I totally support the group that led the referendum push being an integral part of developing new legislation, provided some sobering lessons are learned.”
One of those lessons most notably: that the overwhelming objection to First Nations People being included in a colonial constitution is the assertion and need for regard of First Nations continued Soverienty.
Now it seems obvious the ‘Uphold and Recognise’ organisation will continue from the abandoned Recognise campaign. To further this are the events listed under their website: http://www.upholdandrecognise.com/events/
This is what I do every Monday I said the community hoping to get a answer from the government so this is what I did I don’t get I don’t get big support it just me and my friends and that’s it and I respect my friends for standing with me respect – Herbert Bropho
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The one think that keep me going on this amazing walk for justice is the love and the support from everyone. I want to thank you all for supporting us and standing with us for what we doing for everyone. It time we get justice for all
Day 335: 10.30am
Enjoying and relaxing the beautiful sunny day in Newcastle aboriginal culture centre. There non-think more better than laying down in the sun looking at a beautiful old tree.
Day 335: 11am
[Admin Toby] Last night ‘Tent City’ in Martin Place that took care of the vulnerable and homeless for 10 months was disassembled peacefully before any incident could take place with police or state authorities.
Co-ordinator Lanz Priestley made certain all people who sheltered in Martin Place found alternative accommodation. The Tent City provided a safe communal place for over 200 people since December 2016 and countless people were fed.
We share our respect and amazement at Lanz’s determination to highlight the social inequality and housing crisis faced in every major city.
Day 335: 12pm
At Newcastle today with Channel 9 then spending the day in Newcastle. As well as going to Murrook. – Noonie
At Murrook a good day at Newcastle, good people to meet. – Noonie
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[Admin Gee] Pics of some of the people at Murrook thanks to Noonie.
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It a beautiful night in Sydney. Looking around and enjoy the beautiful view.
Day 335: 6pm
When I stand here and look at the Sydney harbour bridge. I think they should add the our flag to on the top for unity. But the government won’t what that because they what us divide and not stand together as one. Well I think it time for unity and time to stand together as one people for a better change for the future. I know you what that to.
We on our way towards lapa today to see the mob out there. Also we running a bit late because I wake up with a cold guys but we on our way.
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On the 26th is invasion day and on that day should be called Remembrance Day remember how the White Australia colonized and took Australia from the Aboriginal original Australians the truth the one day around about the truth – Herbert Bropho
Day 334: 11.30am
The sydney morning herald newspaper written a stroy about the walk for justice and the walk into Redfern the block.
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Finley got to meet you and it a great horour my brother Dylan Voller your strong and deadly brother standing up for our people. We must keep fighting brother until we get justice for you and for other who gotten injustice towards them. It time for justice to come forward and it time for change.
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[Admin Luke] Clinton will be at Murrook Culture Centre, Williamstown at 2pm on Saturday, make sure to be there if you live in the region!
Day 334: 8pm
Hey all we just hit 5,000 follower on twitter today yyyyyyyeeeeeeeee please keep sharing and spend the message of Clinton walk for justice page guys. The more people know the bigger the walk get
Day 334: 8.30pm
[Admin Luke] ICYMI – Great piece from Clinton’s arrival in Redfern yesterday, by NITV
Good morning guys it another beautiful day of walking today. I be on BBC world news tonight at 9:30pm until 10:00pm to talk on they show on Skype about the walk for justice. If your follower from London please watch when I on show it will be 1:00pm your time in London. It well be a half a hour interview and the BBC world news have 44million view. It is to let the world know about the walk for justice and why I have when on this amazing journey in the first place with a team of amazing people.
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This is the home of the homeless on Heirisson island it was a quiet day and then the next day the police raid. – Herbert Bropho
Looking around off the road today, I just love the Countries we have been walking through and for me some riding the bike as well. Love it. – Noonie
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Hey from sydney and surrounding areas we be in Redfern today at 3:00pm please come a long and meet me and my team. It will be a day to remember
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Stood right in front of the right squad and no one else was standing with me the only people was there standing was the West Australian media and the West Australian police and myself I confronted him face to face I didn’t run I will straight up to him and stood in front of me they had guns and they was ready for war but I stood my ground always was always will be Aboriginal land – Herbert Bropho
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Thanks NITV 🐾👣👍
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After a walk today we are heading for Sydney. – Noonie
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Hey everyone we on our way into Redfern now. The only think is we running a bit late we just made it into Sydney and we going to drive to Redfern so we don’t what people to wait. I hoping we be there before 4:00pm guy. If not we be there before 4:30pm guys sorry about this running a bit late.
Hey guys here is the story from the New York Time. Please have a read
Thank you New York Time for spending time with us and helping us get the story out to the world 🌍
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The people we have meet along the road in the last two days. – Noonie
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Photo by Brook Mitchell for the New York Times
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I have spent a little time with Noil and Trish and enjoyed the time spent with them. Another life time struggle with this system, generation after generation. Thankyou for the time and the conversations with two wonderful people Noil and Trish. – Noonie
Day 331: 11am
After almost a year and 5580kms, Clinton’s Walk for Justice is reaching it’s final destination…
Clinton will soon be welcome in Canberra to speak with the Governor General and share the messages he has received from communities along the way! We are inviting EVERYONE to ome along and support Clinton during this history making visit to Parliarment House!
Clinton’s journey has shown us that one man CAN make a difference, so lets get behind him and show him he has ALL OF OUR SUPPORT!
Come along for a day of entertainment, food and celebration! Donations can continue to be made to Clinton and the team at www.gofundme.com/clintonswalk
Day 331: 11am
When I reach the end of this journey into Canberra. I have walked over 5,550km doing the walk for justice in the foot step of my ancients an the first walk for justice in history in the southern hemisphere.
Truth and justice well lead the way for this country to heal and to move this country forward for better future for all. Our time has come and we waited for 229 year for this to happen and it is the right time for this to happen an that is a treaty to heal the nation.
I we’ll speak out about the issue my people an none indigenous people from community, homeland, station, town and city about the injustice that taking place throughout this country. The truth is the truth and it is the only way to move forward.
It is time for political from both side and the governor general to set down and it time to listen. No more we shall not live a lie. It is time for the truth to be heard.
-The spirit walker-
Day 331: 12.30pm
On our way to Nowra just pass the HMAS Albatross. A great day for the walk. – Noonie
[Admin Toby] Part of NITV ‘You Are Here’ tomorrow night!
In Connection to Country we are first shown the Burrup Peninsula which is home to the oldest art in the world. Outdating the pyramids and Stonehenge by thousands of years, what should be an area that is protected and highly valued by the nation has been decimated by nearby mining and neglect by the government.
With reports for many years about the importance of the site and the continued destruction in the area it’s a heartbreaking reality for the Aboriginal community who have recently learned that along with this site, over 2000 other sites once registered as sacred have been deregistered without consultation with community by the Western Australian government.
“They de-registered those sites by stealth, we don’t know how long it took them. One of the Ministers found out by accident that all these sites were being de-registered. They wanted to put a new classification on all of these sites that stated that they had to have a regular activity on these sites to be called a sacred site but – who decided that? It certainly didn’t come from Aboriginal people, it’s something that they have come up with overnight to fast track all those mining approvals.” Mowarin says.
Day 328: 11.30am
Our number of our people drop down to also must extinction from 1788 to 1901 there was only 25,000 of us left. Until the last 117 year our population increased from 25,000 to 548,118 population.
Day 328: 3pm
The illawarra koori mens support group,wollongong – Eric
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Day 329: 11.30am
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On our way, we have passed through Milton. – Noonie
Our walk on the 6th, after Milton. – Noonie
Day 329: 4pm
Final decision has been made about when we get into Canberra. Please listen in.