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Moving Cenotaph of Frontier Conflicts

Commemoration in Canberra on Anzac Day 2017

It is reassuring that the Anzac Day March in Canberra has accepted the fact that the Frontier Wars Commemorations are now acknowledged. We are not yet part of the formalities of the Anzac Day March itself, but that the day may soon arrive when the Frontier Wars Commemorative March is accepted. This is based on the fact that for the first time in history our diggers were acknowledged in the formal procession with an Elder carrying an Aboriginal Land Rights flag at the beginning of the March - with videos ... Read more about Moving Cenotaph of Frontier Conflicts

Smallpox: 1789 Biological warfare against First Nations

Lead up to Frontier Wars Memorial March on 25 April 2017

Smallpox: 1789 Biological warfare against First Nations with Chris Warren

Canberra based Researcher Chris Warren undertook a presentation at the Aboriginal (Tent) Embassy on 17th April 2017. Chris provided the evidence relating to Smallpox, the act of biological warfare against First Nations people in New South Wales in 1789. Chris also convincingly answered the known distractions and the deniers of this genocidal act. - This page included the Video of the presentation and the transcription of the slides he used. Read more about Smallpox: 1789 Biological warfare against First Nations

DRAFT AGENDA - Sovereignty Workshop & Frontier Wars Memorial March - Canberra 22 - 26 April 2017

Sovereignty Workshop & Frontier Wars Memorial March

AGENDA for the Sovereignty Workshop & Frontier Wars Memorial March at the Aboriginal Embassy Canberra 22 to 26 April 2016.

This gathering will include the Annual Memorial March for all of our people who fell in battle or were mercilessly slaughtered in the Massacres, Frontier Wars and conflicts that were ongoing for well over 150 years after the arrival of the First Fleet. Read more about DRAFT AGENDA - Sovereignty Workshop & Frontier Wars Memorial March - Canberra 22 - 26 April 2017

Reparation needed before First Nations peoples can 'move on'

'Telling his own people to move on from the traumas of the past, makes it very obvious why he is not accepted in many Aboriginal communities.' Ghillar Michael Anderson says, and 'It is untrue that all of the European holocaust victims have moved on and forgotten the past. Throughout Germany and other places there are memorials for those who suffered and died at the hands of tyrannical leaders and murderers, but there is only one monument to the Aboriginal dead, who were killed en masse through white farmer vigilantes and government approved killings'. Read more about Reparation needed before First Nations peoples can 'move on'

Known Languages & Dialects at the beginning of the 19th Century

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