(Pics) These Guys… Part 2

The kids at North Albany Senior High School are following Clinton’s Walk for Justice in class! Their awesome teacher sent us these brilliant pics! Clinton loves inspiring the next generation.


Awesome video by Delphine Hayley Jametbikeco.


 

Clinton’s Walk for Justice
By Lynda Nutter October 2016

Clinton’s Crossing
A Nyungah man is walking cross Australia
A Nyungah, Clinton Pryor is his name
This south-west man is walking now for justice
He’s travelling and calling for a change

He’s walking from Perth across to Canberra
He’s walking, to get a message through
You might not know it ….
You might not know him…
But he’s walking Australia for you too

You might think a Nyungah walking in the out- back
Could hardly make a scratch upon a wall
But first week he got a phone call to say sorry
That the “Sorry” said had made no change at all

And as leader spoke to leader on the cell phones
The sun rose higher in the sky
A Nyungah man is walking his country
Walking proud… .and asking why

A Nyungah man is walking Australia
He’s one of the willing and the few
They’re walking all the way to Canberra
Where politicians do…. what they do

He’s gathering the stories of his people
And listening to the stories of the land
Sending out a daily record on his face book
So people in the city understand

Exposing the failures in the system
Learning of the sorrow and the pain
The growing list of promises broken
The struggle, always struggle with no gain

A Nyungah man is crossing Australia
And calling for a right to the wrongs
For an end to injustice and the failure
To find a way that we can all belong

A Nyungah Man is walking this country
He’s walking to get a message through
You might not know it ….
You might not know him…
But he’s walking Australia for you too.

Sometimes days without a signal
Solid road becomes dirt track
But TV News and film crews
Are now crossing the out-back

To Leanora, Laverton,
And Warburton as well
And Clinton’s walk for Justice
Is the story that they tell

He’s walking in the heat of the desert
Through the centre and on past Uluru
You might not know it ….
You might not know him…
But he’s walking Australia for you too

To be continued….

Days 93-95: Leaving Uluru & Mutitjulu

Day 93: 4am

15400918_1819284031660998_2525054470018800297_nYesterday we were on our way to see Reggies Uluru brother Cassidy Uluru, these photos of Uluru were taken out of the window along the way. Their was one place, not to photo, it has the colours on the photo’s to cover it up. When you look at this rock Uluru, you see more things on it each time you look at it. – Noonie


Day 93: 6am

15349585_1819334468322621_1832768356126862755_nBrett is on his way home last night, it would have been a long way home for Brett with us to Canberra then home. Brett will be back at a later date. Have a safe trip home Brett. – Noonie


Day 93: 8am

15319130_1819363234986411_5686712123923705190_nThis group of Queenslanders, part of a Indigenous Program come to see the sun set on Uluru, were happy for a photo by Brett’s Van, untill they were told that Reggie Uluru family was the Traditional owners of Uluru then more photos had to be taken, they enjoyed the sun set at Uluru.


Day 93: 10am

15391214_1905166369706550_5650323328583954503_n-1None thing more better than putting a smile on young high school kids yesterdays who came from QLD for a sporting school trap. Also known they finely meet traditional owner Reggie Uluru. Take about seen the young one face light up like no tomorrow. I hope it made they day.

[Admin] From Facebook Follower Lisa: This is the PCYC Ipswich Deadly Dukes from Ipswich SHS. They completed a road trip from Ipswich to Uluru for their Gold qualifying journey. The trip was to explore culturally significant places on the way with Uluru being the main destination.


Day 93: 5.30pm 

15380292_1904834889739698_3626722565388586506_nUluru well always be with me where ever I go and be in my heart becuase i gotten a piece of it with me. I well think always to my self, that I know I walk it to Uluru from Perth. Soon down the track when i reach Canberra. I well say I walk it from Perth to Canberra.

Tomorrow we leave this most beautiful place to get ready to head east to unknown place that we never being before. For me it my first time going to Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney. But I hope when we walk thought this city, that we well see different culture people with different believed coming together and walking with us for change and a better future for Australia.

I believed in Australia and I know in my heart that this country can be better than what it is now. The only weapon I have left that I well use is the Truth. I well speak the truth to bring this country together and use it in a way to make the Australia people to believe. We the people on this earth what change. I have gotten the last piece I need for the walk and that is wised. Now I’m ready to change this dream to see our country coming together for our future.


Day 93: 6pm

15418463_1905332663023254_2368110054786154564_oAaarrrr my beloved walking stick carried from Perth to Uluru. Now I going to carried rest of the way. I keep using it until I get old.


Day 94: 8am

Hey guys quick update. We mean to be leaving today😯. But this morning the chairman from the community came and seen us and said you should leave tomorrow morning because he organizing to try get the hold community to walk with us tomorrow morning 😁. So than mean we going to stay one more night in the community 🙌. They said when your in Uluru you feel like you don’t what to leave 😂😜😱hahah lol but we going to leave tomorrow😞. I love being here in Uluru and I don’t what to leave 😖. But we most get back into the walk again and head east for justice


Day 94: 6pm

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– Garry


Day 94: 5.30pm

15442324_1820052014917533_1620119186230789869_n-1I spend the today walking around Uluru, much was not to be photographed, but you would need to be at its base to see what it is really like. Some places can be photos but to be there, is to see that it is Uluru, not the rock in the center of Australia.

The walk track takes you to very peaceful and beautiful places, that to be there, then you can describe it in your words. To be there is to see Uluru as it should be seen. Even had a walk on Uluru, apart of the track allows you to walk on it, if highs are scary for you, then this is good for you, not very high, but don’t trip over, it is solid rock.- Noonie


Day 95: 6am

15442354_1906239992932521_6716393909652948968_nUp early and ready for today.


Day 95: 9.30am

15420890_1198024440288658_7556666741387016918_n-1Leaving Mutitjulu heading for Alice springs for Xmas. – Garry


Day 95: 10.30am

15541983_1906330019590185_2341880524153437168_nI’m ready to head east. It time for change, it time for justice and time for a better future for us all. This is for my old people and for the spirit of the land. Uuuuuuuuulllllllllluuuuuuurrrrrrruuuuu well be my straight and protector. Let make this happen!!!


Day 95: 12.30pm

15492098_1820567064866028_1174372733191348293_nOn the way out I went down the track past Uluru in the opposite way than the day befor you mite like the water hole. – Noonie


Day 95: 3.30pm

15400351_1906431362913384_2482233205837425672_n-1I just wanted to thank Mr Reggie Uluru, his brother Cassiey Uluru and Mr Jake for welcoming us to your country and to Uluru. Also just wanted thank this man for having they time to see us and tell us about how think going in Mutitjulu community. So thank you to this man who look after the most secret site to our people.


Day 95: 4pm

15542434_1820570698198998_3252199733385485003_nOn our way out today leaving Mutitjulu community. – Noonie


Day 95: 6pm

15590345_1906472846242569_7659362801723634895_nI just wanted to thank Mr Sid Moore who work in Mutitjulu community. For helping us out with a place to stay in the community and helping us out with food as well. Mr Sid Moore you do amazing job in the community and trying to make Mutitjulu community to get back on they feet again. Also helping out traditional owner of Uluru with deal between them and the government. So the government don’t try to rip of the people of Uluru. Keep up the amazing job Mr Sid Moore.