Thousands of people gathered outside Town Hall steps in Sydney this morning to protest the celebration of “Australia Day”.
Bailey Mackander’s death is one of many under the carceral system that has seen little reform since the Royal Commission.
Speakers argued that justice would be won by the people and not the state.
There was almost no police presence at today's rally, in stark contrast to recent months.
The NSW Court of Appeal reversed yesterday's decision to note authorise the protest
Black deaths in custody and the climate crisis dominated the rally.
The Intervention was tied into the systemic issue of black deaths in custody due to the pervasive nature of police and state violence against Indigenous communities
Protestors gathered to mourn the death of TJ Hickey, calling for an end to the systematic abuse of Indigenous Australians, Katie Thorburn reports.