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MDBA Water management: "Don't leave Dracula in charge of the Blood bank"

Northern Basin Aboriginal Nations (NBAN) Media Release

Northern Basin Aboriginal Nations (NBAN) - MEDIA RELEASE - The disaster on the river system is NOT caused just by the drought but is also a culmination of man-made mismanagement; corruption at the highest levels; and major development without scientific evidence-based planning in the formative years of the MDBA. At an emergency meeting of the NBAN Board of Directors in Moree on the 11, 12 & 13 January 2019, it was determined that an urgent intervention is required. Read more about MDBA Water management: "Don't leave Dracula in charge of the Blood bank"

WALKOUT STATEMENT Aboriginal Embassy Statement from the Sacred Fire

WALKOUT STATEMENT

Aboriginal Embassy Statement from the Sacred Fire
'WALKOUT STATEMENT' Opposing Constitutional Recognition and Manufactured Consent
- We, the First Nations People who gathered at the Sacred Fire of the Aboriginal Embassy on 24-25 June 2017, reject the ‘Uluru Statement from the Heart’ and its’ Guiding Principles. The ‘Uluru Statement’ is a reflection of the corrupt proceedings of the Referendum Council’s Regional Dialogues and the National Constitutional Convention. Read more about WALKOUT STATEMENT Aboriginal Embassy Statement from the Sacred Fire

Always independent: An interview with Murrawarri Republic Chair Fred Hooper

This weekend in Brisbane, the Referendum Council is holding the last of the Dialogues : a series of meetings with First Nations peoples to discuss the issue of recognising the nation's Indigenous people within the Australian constitution. The findings from the meetings will be reported at a First Nations Convention at Uluru in late May.
However, for many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people constitutional recognition is a token gesture - Fred Hooper Chairman of Murrawarri Republic explains the process his people have taken to declare their sovereignty. Read more about Always independent: An interview with Murrawarri Republic Chair Fred Hooper

1, 2, 3, Sovereignty, that's how easy it can be!

Media Release - Proclamation

"1, 2, 3, Sovereignty, that's how easy it can be!" was the key chant echoing in the forecourt of Parliament House, Canberra, after the march from the Aboriginal Embassy broke through police lines. The impact of 26 January 2017 was quite significant in many respects, but the most notable was the number of youth who have now stepped up to show that they are prepared to take leadership under the guidance of Elders who have led the struggle to this day.

Includes: THE PROCLAMATION    Read more about 1, 2, 3, Sovereignty, that's how easy it can be!

Invasion Day Callout: Canberra, 26 January 2017

Invasion Day Canberra Aboriginal Tent Embassy

Meet the Sovereign Union mob at the Aboriginal Embassy and march with us to Government House to deliver a Proclamation and another First Nation Declaration of Independence to the Governor-General.
The Proclamation will focus on usurpation as genocide, which continues to this very day, only this time they call it Native Title and Recognise.
The Declaration will declare the falsehood of the British claim of ownership over this continent. Read more about Invasion Day Callout: Canberra, 26 January 2017

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