Protest over forced closure of Indigenous communities in WA

A PROTEST will be held in Lismore tomorrow calling for a stop to the forced closure of Aboriginal communities in Western Australia.

"This is about our countrymen in Western Australia who are being threatened with the loss of connection to country and the loss of Aboriginal culture that has existed for over 40,000 years on these lands," said organiser Naomi Moran.

The march will meet at Browns Creek car park at 4.30pm.

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