‘No pride in genocide’: January 26 in photos

Yabun Festival through the eyes of an Honi photographer.

Rapper MC Dobby on the Young Black and Deadly Stage. Rapper MC Dobby on the Young Black and Deadly Stage. Image: Stephanie Barahona.

In recognition of January 26, Honi is dedicating its platform this week to prioritising the voices of Indigenous people. Find out more here.


Yabun Festival by Stephanie Barahona

Rhaedel Pickett a WWMB talent quest performer.
Rhaedel Pickett, a WWMB talent quest performer.
Protester holds sign reading 'white Australia has a black history and a dark past'.
Protester holds sign reading ‘white Australia has a black history and a dark past’.
Protest cuts through the Yabun crowd.
Protest cuts through the Yabun crowd.
Protester holds sign reading 'no pride in genocide'.
Protester holds sign reading ‘no pride in genocide’.
Protest cuts through the Yabun crowd.
Protest cuts through the Yabun crowd.
Rapper MC Dobby on the Young Black and Deadly Stage.
Rapper MC Dobby on the Young Black and Deadly Stage.
Wagana at Corroboree Ground
Wagana at Corroboree Ground.
Muggera Dancers at Corroboree Ground
Muggera Dancers at Corroboree Ground.
Vice Chancellor Michael Spence.

Michael Spence

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