Show up and be counted.
In commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, days of action are being held around the country this Saturday, April 10.
The marches have been planned for some time, however, they are now also being held in protest for and solidarity with the families of the five First Nations people who have died in police custody since March 2.
The most recently death was that of a 45-year-old male inmate at Perth’s Casuarina Prison last week. Their death was the fifth in four weeks.
This is the 5th Aboriginal person to die in this country’s criminal legal system since the start of March. The pain is never ending! No justice, no peace!!
I’ll be on the streets on…