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Many signs read "no pride in genocide" and "230 years and we're still here".
Wurundjeri elder Bill Nicholson said Indigenous people deserved the same health, housing and education prospects as white people."We don't want it all we just want what is important to us and what is the areas we want our children to grow up in."About 3,000 people are marching in Brisbane from Queensland Parliament house to Musgrave Park through the CBD, with attendance numbers up significantly on previous years.Protesters shut down Melbourne's city centre, shouting "always was, always will be, Aboriginal land".Organisers said Australia Day should be abolished, while others supported calls to change the date.Ms Mc Donogh said she was very proud of Mr Cooper, who "fought for his people peacefully"."It's going to take a lot of discussion to reach reconciliation and it may not happen in my lifetime."But it needs to happen because everyone's so divided. We need to be on the same page — everybody." In Western Australia more than 200 people attended a rally in Perth's Forrest Place.
Noongar elder Ben Taylor said that when he saw the Australian flag, he was reminded of dispossession."They oppressed us, ever since I was about that high, and they're still doing it today," he said on Friday."So now we must stand together and get this date changed."Earlier in the day, a march organised by Reclaim Australia and other groups for "all patriotic Australians" attracted about 30 people.
Barbara Mc Donogh, the great-granddaughter of William Cooper, watched on.