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  Shot by Karen Woo for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

Shot by Karen Woo for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

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                                      Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia Resort 2019

 Wearing Adam Selman for Le Specs, Golf Wang, Cos, Commes Des Garcon Play x Converse  Shot by GQ for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

Wearing Adam Selman for Le Specs, Golf Wang, Cos, Commes Des Garcon Play x Converse

Shot by GQ for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

 Wearing Adam Selman for Le Specs, Golf Wang, Cos    Shot by Raymond Cheng for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

Wearing Adam Selman for Le Specs, Golf Wang, Cos

Shot by Raymond Cheng for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

 Wearing Adam Selman for Le Specs, Golf Wang, Cos  Shot by The Iconic for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

Wearing Adam Selman for Le Specs, Golf Wang, Cos

Shot by The Iconic for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

 Wearing Acne Studios, H&M, Cos, Sans Beast  Shot by ASOS Australia for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

Wearing Acne Studios, H&M, Cos, Sans Beast

Shot by ASOS Australia for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

 Louis Vuitton, Sans Beast Cos  Shot by Danny Woo for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

Louis Vuitton, Sans Beast Cos

Shot by Danny Woo for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

 Wearing FILA USA, Cos, Adidas, Balenciaga  Shot by ASOS Australia at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

Wearing FILA USA, Cos, Adidas, Balenciaga

Shot by ASOS Australia at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

 Wearing Louis Vuitton, Sans Beast, Cos, Balmain  Shot by Danny Woo at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

Wearing Louis Vuitton, Sans Beast, Cos, Balmain

Shot by Danny Woo at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

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Equality and justice are not naturally produced through the passage of time; they must be procured through hard work and determination. We Are Not Models is about writing yourself into existence and reshaping the world in your image - not for hetero-normative, rich, white people, but for yourself. We strive to bring people together to share knowledge and experience, find solidarity and make voices heard. If you are weird, excited, opinionated, loud, emotional and brave, you can find places below to connect, share knowledge and make your voices heard. 

 

 

Stop Black Deaths in Custody

Hosted by FIRE: Fighting in Resistance Equally

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 and all subsequent ones then ignored almost all the 339 recommendations made by that Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. 

Proof of this lies in the tragic fact that the rate of deaths in custody has increased since the Royal Commission. https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/indigenous-deaths-custody 

The key reason for this is the disproportionate way in which Aboriginal people are targeted by the criminal injustice system, from the police to prison officers to judges is an inherited bias from colonial times. 

The Australian system of policing is still biased. Aboriginal people get locked up for things White people get a warning for, get a fine for, or get bail for. 

Today, Aboriginal people are the most incarcerated group in the world, making up 27 percent of prison inmates while only 3 percent of the population, yet if they were to be jailed on the same provisos as white people it would be at a comparable rate, not this shocking level of disproportion. 

The amount of times young Aboriginal people have been incarcerated for things White people don't is proof of this ever increasing bias, and is why Aboriginal incarceration rates have soared since the Royal Commission reported in 1991. 

Courageous struggles by the families of those who have been murdered and their supporters are the only thing bringing this injustice to light. The annual rally to commemorate the murder of
TJ Hickey in 2004 is an example of this resilience. 

We urge all peoples of this land to unite in solidarity (as we did for Invasion Day 2018 at The Block) and call for real justice that will end the killings in custody. 

On Saturday 12th of May at Sydney Town Hall, FIRE will join with all who are against
anti-Aboriginal racism, under the banner of: 
Stop all Aboriginal deaths in custody!

Contact Ken Canning for more info: 0423 732 094

 

 

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