The protest called for an independent body to investigate Aboriginal deaths in custody.
The protest was organised by Grandmothers Against Removal to mark 13 years since Sorry Day
Speakers condemned police for lack of transparency and accountability.
UNSW's response to the Stand With Tess campaign shows it once again is failing its Indigenous staff
Hundreds gather at Town Hall in support of First Nations families who seek answers for deaths in custody.
Approximately 400 people turned out to demand an end to the forced adoption laws.
Protestors gathered to mourn the death of TJ Hickey, calling for an end to the systematic abuse of Indigenous Australians, Katie Thorburn reports.
Students have a rich history of engagement with the continued struggle for Aboriginal rights stretching back over 50 years.
Healing as a people requires dedication to learning and sharing knowledge. Healing as a person requires accepting this and using the tools of colonisation against the colonisers.
‘If you wanted to keep Australia Day maybe you should have done something about it'.