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Opposing voice at 'Recognition' debate at Macquarie University

Alice Haines

An exert taken from a Recognition Debate between the Government funded Recognise Campaign and the opposing voice of Alice Haines at Macquarie University in Sydney May 2016. - Recognise is a British Law and in the Black Laws dictionary Recognise means to enter into recognizance. Now back in the day when they had the African Americans, the Africans taken over to America. They were given to their slave masters and when they tried to escape, they would actually incarcerate them and get a hot iron and brand them with 'R' on their backs and sometimes even on their foreheads ... Read more about Opposing voice at 'Recognition' debate at Macquarie University

Church calls for discussions about First Nations sovereignty and Treaty

Video of Survival Day message by President of the Uniting Church in Australia Stuart McMillan

Uniting Church in Australia Assembly
25 January 2016

Media Release

Survival Day message urges new talks on sovereignty and treaty for First Peoples Read more about Church calls for discussions about First Nations sovereignty and Treaty

Terms of Proceedings - SU 2016 Gathering

Terms of Proceedings

Terms amended 25/10/2015, 17/9/2016

Due to the nature of the struggle unfortunately we have had detractors who in past meetings have sought to disrupt the proceedings. Most of our people undertake great effort to attend these Gatherings and everyone expects to be able to focus on the matters at hand in the limited time frame. To avoid interruptions again, we ask that you agree to these terms and conditions to ensure the gathering goes smoothly. Read more about Terms of Proceedings - SU 2016 Gathering

'Treaties of Unity' - Alice Springs meeting September 2015 - 7 Videos

Protest at Kirribilli against forced assimilation and genocide through 'Recognition'

Protest outside Abbott's 'secret meeting' on Constitutional inclusion at Kirribilli  Vote No' Protest: Alice Haines & Michael Anderson  'No Consent to inclusion in colonial Constitution Deb Williams 'VOTE NO' Recognise Protest  Albert Hartnet: Vote No to 'R' Constitutional inclusion

Protest at Kirribilli, against forced assimilation and genocide through 'Recognition' - 6 July 2015 - Sydney Protest Video Page Read more about Protest at Kirribilli against forced assimilation and genocide through 'Recognition'

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