This is the last run of photos from Fridays march against the unjust closure of indigenous communities in Australia. At this stage in the protest we shut down one of Melbourne’s busiest intersections. Even though it disrupted peak hour commutes, it remained peaceful and powerful. I hope everyone enjoyed my photo series over the last
I can’t believe that 4000 people have decided to like my page. To commemorate the occasion, I had the homies at the Indigenous Centre draw me a gang of pictures (dicks included). Thank you.
Here are some more photos from the march against the closure of indigenous communities in Australia (namely Western Australia). Friday was such a powerful day, lets keep marching for equality and respect! Always was, always will be aboriginal land!
It was an honour to walk with the traditional custodians of the land I respectfully reside. My only wish after yesterdays events, is that we can all agree on the simple premise of equal respect and understanding. Some people step on the heads of others to steal and profit, while others are left trodden on,
What is it that makes someone want to take their life? No-one can provide a clear cut answer to the suicidal epidemic that continually plagues the world we occupy. I regularly work with many youths who have either thought about taking their own life or are painfully walking a thin line between life and death
Last night I had the pleasure of meeting ‘Jake’ (name changed for privacy reasons) at the Hanover Youth Foyer, a living facility that provides access to education and long term accommodation for homeless youth. I can’t reveal details of Jake’s story, but lets just say he has been thrown some really rough cards. While going