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Invasion Day | Day of Mourning | Survival Day | Aboriginal Sovereignty Day |
26 January has circuited another year. A day of commemoration for our people. Acknowledging the loss of our sovereign rights to land, loss of family, loss of the right to practice our culture. J-MILLA has released his new track Unlock the System to raise awareness that black lives matter.

"I had only just left Yuendumu 2 weeks prior to the "alleged" murder. The reason Unlock the System came to me was because when I heard the news about the shooting I felt shocked and upset for the Walker family and community. I felt an automatic connection with brutha-boy Walker as he was a young Aboriginal male just like me. I was extremely shocked that this incident wasn’t all over national news considering someone was shot down dead in his own bedroom in the middle of the night by a police officer. I am a rapper born and bred in Darwin and have some followers from the community of Yuendumu, and writing this song was a way I could express my feelings towards the situation and to also stand up and be another voice for both Yuendumu and the Walker family" says J-MILLA.

Proceeds from Unlock The System will go to the Walker Family to assist with travel costs to Alice Springs, so they can attend the court hearings in April.
7pm 26 January 2020 at Red Hot Arts
Acknowledging our First Nations strong and rich culture, indigiTUBE will feature a screening of short films at Red Hot Arts tonight. Our Media plays an important role in telling our stories, our way, without the gentrified filters of the mainstream.

Come along at 7pm and get comfy on swags and pillows. Seating also available and RHA is wheelchair accessible.

Get Your Hands On The First Compilation
Are you a radio broadcaster or station? Join the mailing list to receive First Sounds, a compilation of new and emerging First Nations musos. With the likes of Baker Boy, Briggs, Thelma Plum and Emily Wurramara paving the way, songs from First Nations artists are in high demand.

By registering, you'll get the First Sounds CD in the mail late Feb 2020 and you can hit play on your next radio show soon after! Share with other broadcasters who are up for new music.
Channel 10, NITV and SBSTV screened this year’s Sunrise Ceremony with Mau Power on the Panel. He performed Freedom and Arrived. Watch his offical music video here.
Chris C from Yarnin Country in Adelaide speaks with Ngarrindjeri Rap Artist Eskatology about life as a muso and how he feels about Survival Day. Lots of great Hip Hop and a yarn or two are all a part of this current episode Survival Day with Mob.

Tandanya and Tarnanthi Sunday Sessions both have loads of awesome artists and performers acknowledging Our Mob.
Still standing strong With Yuendumu
Jimblah and Ellie May continue to make waves with their poignant release.
Black Life Matters is a movement and song for Kumanjayi Walker and the Yuendumu community.
The YABUN Speak Out Tent features members of Sydney’s First Nations community holding panel discussions on a range of issues affecting the community. Check the Domestic Violence panel discussion from 2018 here, before heading to Yabun 2020.

Yabun means ‘music to a beat’ in Gadigal language and this year's artists include Dan Sultan, Shellie Morris, Radical Son, Buddy Knox, Philly, Miiesha and Kobie Dee.
Get to a river on 26 January or anytime you can. Ngiyampaa Country Elder, Uncle Pete Williams, invites everyone to go out to the rivers on this day of mourning and cry for them, so the rainbow serpent can feel the love again.
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