Dylan Voller has hit the road this week on a national campaign for justice and basic Indigenous human rights in Australia.
Dylan is on a journey "around Australia to meet people and share story’s gather ideas" and intends to "finish this trip and arrive in Canberra on invasion day, the day we suffer".
Since being released from detention, Dylan has become a centre-point for Indigenous rights in Australia. He has become connected with long time Indigenous rights leaders and is ready to pick up the fight. Since his release he has continued to feel the pressure from a justice system and the wider community both in Alice Springs and in online circles that discriminate against Aboriginal people. Even the recently completed Royal Commission into youth detention went almost unnoticed since its release.
Dylan will also fulfill his promise to the Mother of Elijah Doughty by heading back to Kalgoorlie to help her continue to make a stand as well as offering the support that her and the community of Kalgoorlie needs.
from Welcome to Country .
Facebook Page: Dylan's Drive for Justice and Change .
How funds will be used
Dylan needs support for fuel and other expenses, in order to undertake this journey through to Invasion Day 2018.
Any surplus funds raised will go to support a relevant indigenous controlled charity or campaign.
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