Day 319: Tilba Tilba

Day 319: 7am

We have lose a other great leader yesterday to. I just meet Stephen Goldsmith two month ago at Adelaide university when we was in Adelaide. A good man and a great leader to our people. The great video he made telling the world about our cultural about not asking please or thank you. He explain it very well. You be miss by many a great leader and a amazing elder.


Day 319: 8am

How long are we going keep doing this, I should be the last to do a walk for justice a cross this country. It time we get think done before think get worse and worser. I be getting into Canberra by the 1st of September. I call on everyone who had a none and what think to change. Please meet me in Canberra before the 1st September at the embassy.

Please come and make your way towards Canberra before the 1st of September to stand with me and support me when I get there. We must now stand together for justice and we must now demand think to be done. We be not going to see the prime minister we all going to see and walk to governor general house to demand think to be done now.


Day 319

On Thursday the 27th of July we visited the oldest Community, their the black duck is their totem. When we arrived we stop at the old building that the government worked from and operated, near the Wallage Lake Outreach Center Medical, which was open this day. We Clinton was given a welcome to Country here. – Noonie


Day 319: 10.30am

Women from Yuin country did welcoming to country for us. I want to thank the women from the Djaadjawan people for doing this for us and welcoming us to they country area.

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Day 319

Getting ready to walk to the smoking ceremony through Tilba Tilba. 27th of July. – Noonie

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Day 319

The welcoming for Clinton. – Noonie

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Day 319: 4pm


Day 319: 5.30pm

Tilba tilba the people of the community another great day. – Jack


Day 319: 6.30pm


Day 319

We finished the day with more dancing from a boys group, had a fire going, sat around fire in to the night till we went our ways. – Noonie

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Days 317 & 318: From Bega ft Joe Williams

Day 317: 8.30am


Day 317: 11am

Be informed, be involved, be inspired Land rights. Our land is our library and our home an we have every right to fight for justice and for change.


Day 317: 11.30am


Day 317: 12.30pm

Off out of Bega and now on out way towards Tilba Tilba town. We be getting there by tonight. It a 63km walk but I hoping we get by tonight.


Day 317: 2.30pm

We have left Bega and on our way. – Noonie


Day 317: 5pm


Day 317

From Bega to our pickup, 25th of July. – Noonie


Day 317: 5.30pm


Day 318: 8am

Rip peace Yunupingu I remember as a young fella I love listening to your music and the song you made. You sing like a angel an touch people heart thought your music. You Sing your song thought traditional language and put it to make the world understand our beautiful language. Rip Yunupingu.

Sending our love and pray 🙏 to the Yolngu people up in East Arnhem land at this hard time of the lose of a beautiful singer.


Day 318: 11.30am


Day 318: 2pm


Day 318: 2pm

Some one uploaded this on twitter to our page Clinton walk for justice unbelievable it look amazing and deadly. A picture that signal justice, truth, unity, change and peace.

[Admin Gee] Thanks to @Biggy1883 on Twitter for this! 


Day 318: 2.30pm

We have just past through Cobargo on our.walk to Canberra. – Noonie


Day 318

More of our walk and a goodbye to Joe Williams, thanks for the company. – Noonie


Day 318: 5.30pm

I wanted to thank you Joe Williams brother for coming out to spend two day out with us an having a yarn, camping and walking with me to support us on this amazing walk we doing. I hope see you in Sydney Redfern for catch up or in Canberra.

Brother Joe dose a lot of work with youth an mentoring with a lot of our people to help them get thought life with depression and he also dose suicide prevention to bring out awareness about the issue that affect community from suicide.

Please show your support to Joe to help stop suicide in community

The team and I wanted to thank you brother for joining us and supporting to get the word out about the walk for justice. Hope to see you in Sydney brother.

[Admin Gee] Check out more about Joe at his website: http://www.joewilliams.com.au/

Day 163: Drive into Port Augusta

Day 163: 9.30am

Hey all quick update as you may know today we have to take the bus we got from Deano Walker to Port Augusta to hand it over to his family. So they can use it to drive it back up north to Coober Pedy for funeral. When we reach Port Augusta we will be also picking up our justice mobile. The justice mobile well be ready today with a new engine and she ready to join us once again to help us finish our walk of to Canberra yyyyeeeee

The team and I had a meeting today as well about something. We have decided that when we reach Port Augusta. Garry and Noonie well be driving down to Adelaide to fly back home to Perth for about 5 days because of personal reasons. I have agreed they can go home for 5 day to do what they need to do and returned back on Sunday. In that time of them flying back home to Perth. I be staying behind back in Port Augusta for about 5 days until Sunday when Garry and Noonie get back so we can get back into the walk again.

When I’m in Port Augusta I well be organizing things with the people of Port Augusta about the march over the bridge, the assembly meeting and the BBQ after the walk over the bridge. I have decided that when I’m organizing things with the council and the mayor. That the march over the bridge, assembly meeting and BBQ going to be held up until I walk into Port Augusta. I have to walk other 6 more days until I reach Port Augusta. But today because we have to hand over the bus to Deano Walker family to us it for funeral. We have to drive down to Port Augusta to hand it over and also pick up the car. But we decided to stay around for 5 days so I can organize things and Garry and Noonie can go home to Perth for personal reasons.

Also when I’m in Port Augusta for the next 5 day I well be going around seeing the kids at they school, talking with the elders and seeing the locals as well. But the main thing being in Port Augusta is to organize things and get every thing ready when I walk in to Port Augusta in the next 6 day after Sunday when Garry and Noonie get back from Perth to continue our walk in to Port Augusta. So when I walk into Port Augusta everything well be ready for us


Day 163: 10.30am

[Admin Toby] Next batch of Shirts will be going out in March – Last day to order is this Friday 👣😎 If you live in Victoria and would like a shirt before Clinton arrives, please order soon!

Send us a selfie or upload with #ClintonsWalk @clintonswalk on Twitter!

Thanks to: Jane-Spider Hawke in LA, Ned Blagojevic and Paul Davis

And thanks in advance to buyers; your patience is appreciated. Clinton’s shirts are pre-ordered with Lifewear – they are not stocked or distributed as part of Lifewear’s catalogue (with being made as ‘in kind support’) we have to wait for their dates of manufacture.


Day 163: 11.30am

Ocean here I come, not seen the ocean for 5 month. The first think I be doing when we reach Port Augusta is to jump out of the car and run down to the ocean and go for a swim  I well take a photo of jumping in to the ocean for every one


Day 163: 4pm

Garry’s car is up and running, thanks again to the good people willing to help Clinton, Port Augusta is preparing to welcome Clinton at a later date, now that we are able to travel again. At a later date we will be heading out. – Noonie


Day 163: 4pm

Hey all quick update just letting you know I’m now in Port Augusta and going to be staying over at guys place name Stephen Atkinson for next 5 days of been in Port Augusta. In the time of me been in Port Augusta I be organizing think with the mayor, the police and local council to start getting think ready and organizing think with the school and locals about the walk when I walk in. I’m only here for 5 days until Garry and Noonie get back from Perth on Sunday. When they are back from Perth than we be continued our walk from where we stop to start the walk again to make our way into Port Augusta.


Day 163: 4.30pm

The sun rise this morning had a gold colour to it. – Noonie

Day 20: Trip to Kalgoorlie – Elijah

6.30am

14425289_10209841918220361_4366980430104208544_o (1)“Hey guys I’m asking if anyone from Kalgoorlie town can help us out by towing the car in to Kalgoorlie. Out car broken down and we need help. I well pay for fuel if anyone can help us out. We about 40km out from Coolgardie and our car wont start. Please message me on Facebook.”


7am

“Hey guys quick update. The car broking down but it won’t stop us still doing the walk. The car only need to get service because one of the wire pull out and we don’t know what it is. So like I said we have to deal with think like this and we over come it.”


8.30am

14222336_10154549523389721_8934259248303607356_n“Hey guys good news the car finely started. We on our way to Coolgardie town to see the elder and have a shower to get ready for the funeral today. We not going to turn off the car until we reach Kalgoorlie town to see want wrong with it and get it fix. Wild we are at the funeral to day 🙂 thank you to who ever watching over us “



6pm

14517354_695652007251938_3424904020515248769_n“Today was the hardest day so far of the walk for justice. I have seen so much hurt and pain in my people eyes today at the funeral. The pain of no justice for young Elijah. It make me understand that I need to finish this walk to get justice for my people and young Elijah.

14199165_680982385385567_6166808663298451094_nAfter the funeral I went for a ride to the site where Elijah was run over and lost his life. When we went to the memorial it was like a ghost town and you can feel a bad vibe because you can see why the people left because it got to do with fear, racism and hatred. I well be camping in Coolgardie tonight to start the walk about 20km out from Coolgardie before I make the walk to Kalgoorlie on Thursday morning.

When we get to Kalgoorlie on Thursday afternoon we well be camping at the memorial to show my people not to be a feared no more. I well fight for you all my people in Kalgoorlie and i well never stop until I get justice for young Elijah and everyone else in this country. It is time we get our justice and take back what was our from this government and this company who trying to rule us. Racism and hatred must be stop in this world. It time we stand together and fight for justice for all.”

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[ADMIN] We here on the Support Team send our deepest condolences to our brothers and sisters in Kalgoorlie and we stand with you in calling for justice for Young Elijah. Vale.