This is a blog about decolonising. It is a place for collating acts of resistance. In the lead up to Invasion Day, 26 Jan 2016, join the resistance!
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All photos of actions will be added to this blog with as much security as possible to protect those resisting (including activities that would be deemed unlawful by the dogs of the state) , but security on your end of the line is your own responsibility.
DISRUPTING SOUTH BANK CELEBRATIONS
REMINDER OF GENOCIDE
On Invasion Day (“Australia Day”) 2016, the water in this South Brisbane feature turned red as a reminder of the attempted genocide of more than 200 nations that have called this land home for over 60, 000
years. This particular feature was used due to its close vicinity
to the South Bank police station on Glenelg St, to mark the ongoing unjust and
excessive incarceration, abuse and murder of First Nations people at
the hands of the police.
This action was undertaken by non-indigenous people in solidarity with
First Nations’ struggles
BANNERS FOR INVASION DAY
RADICAL STREET ART IN BRISBANE’S WEST END
GRAFFITI ON AUSTRALIA FIRST PARTY OFFICE
WHAT’S THE DAY? INVASION DAY!
PAINTING THE STREETS