A one-day conference, hosted by NSW Socialist Alliance, discussing socialist solutions to inequality, racism, sexism and ecocide.

The full agenda can be seen at the FB event as speakers and sessions are confirmed.

It will also discuss the 2019 policy platform that Socialist Alliance is preparing for the NSW state elections next March.

Meet at Veterans Park 11am for a march across Commonwealth Avenue Bridge to Parliament House. 


Rally to begin at Queens Gardens at 9am then through to Musgrave park. 

Marshalls will be equipped with water and hand sanitizer.

24 seat bus for Elders.

Speeches, music and food at Musgrave park. 

Details for sign making and meeting for volunteers to come. 

January 26, 11am-1pm, Civic Park, Newcastle

January 26th is a day First Nations peoples acknowledge as Invasion Day, Survival Day, and a Day of Mourning. We are inviting you, First Nations peoples and our supporters, to join us as we commence our first of an annual rally and peaceful protest march to mark this day.

Stand with Traditional Owners against the WA Government's plans to introduce new laws that fail to recognise the right of Aboriginal people to protect their cultural heritage. March from Kings Park to Perth Parliament House.

Day of Mourning, Markets, Mini-Concert & Beach Rugby 5's - Newcastle
Foreshore Park Customs House Hotel Fountain - 10am

Ph: 0402 507 121

Come along. Mourn and celebrate the oldest living culture in the world.

Mourn the loss of our Ancestors, discover some of Australia's oldest secrets and Shame. Hear some truth-telling and enjoy some Traditional Australian Culture this January 26th.

Invasion Day - Day of Mourning - Survival Day March Sydney 2022

Rally Town Hall 10am 

March to Victoria Park via the historic Day of Mourning site on Elizabeth st

Marking 50 years since the Aboriginal Tent Embassy was established

Land Rights - Truth & Reparatory Justice - Climate Justice - Stop Deaths in Custody - Stop Child Removals - Sovereignty Never Ceded

January 26 2022 will mark 234 years since British imperialism invaded Gadigal lands, starting a war of genocide that founded the country now known as Australia.

The declaration: We call on NSW Parliament to:1 Release all Aboriginal People on remand for non-violent crimes 2. Review of all Aboriginal People Incarcerated. There is a clearly biased system of Blak people being put on remand for crimes. White people get a warning for, or a fine for or bail for. Fighting In Resistance Equally (FIRE) will be calling on the NSW State Government to release all black people on remand and an investigation into why black people get much longer sentences than white people for similar crimes. Hosted by FIRE Fighting In Resistance Equally. 

How did a modern-day David beat a modern-day Goliath? How did the Yindjibarndi people, the traditional custodians of land rich in iron-ore deposits, take down a multi-billion dollar mining company in a famous court case, when the odds were stacked against them? And what will happen next?

@ Sydney Town Hall, 483 George St Sydney
It took years of grassroots campaigning in the 1980s to force the Hawke government to acknowledge the appalling rate at which Aboriginal people were being killed by police and prisons.That government ignored almost all the 339 recommendations made by that Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.  We urge all peoples of this land to unite in solidarity and call for real justice that will end the killings in custody. Hosted by FIRE Fighting In Resistance Equally. Ken Canning 0423 732 094

February 14, 10.30am
TJ Hickey Park, cnr George & Phillip St Waterloo, Redfern 


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