'Justice Ride' to the Northern Territory.

July 2, 2010
Photo: Katrina Channellis.

25 intrepid activists left on July 2 for Alice Springs as part of a Justice Ride to show solidarity with Aboriginal people fighting against the NT intervention. They will take part in the Defending Indigenous Rights: Land Law Culture convergence in Alice Springs from July 6 to 9.

Justice Ride organiser Dom Hale said: “The Justice Ride is demanding an end to racist policies in Australia; abolition of the NT Intervention; and immediate, unconditional reinstatement of the Racial Discrimination Act. The convergence will meet in workshops and forums to plan a national strategy to defeat the NT Intervention, and to learn from each other’s experiences.”

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