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Invasion Day rallies in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane will protest Indigenous Voice referendum


Shock as Invasion Day protesters will campaign AGAINST the Voice to Parliament – as Greens senator Lidia Thorpe’s sister emerges as key figure

  • Lidia Thorpe’s sister Meriki Onus to lead Melbourne rally 
  • Activists will protest Voice referendum 
  • Public to vote between August and November 2023

The annual ‘Invasion Day’ protests against January 26 as the date of Australia Day have taken a surprise turn, with thousands of protesters set to rally against Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum. 

Indigenous rights rallies held in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on January 26 will protest against the Federal Government’s plan for a national vote on introducing an advisory body for Aboriginal affairs into the…



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