Voice. Treaty. Truth.
They were three key elements to the reforms set out in the Uluru Statement from the Heart. These reforms represent the unified position of First Nations Australians.
They also were the themes of NAIDOC Week 2019.
Celebrations, marches, cultural and community events have been held from Brisbane to Broome and beyond this week.
The images below are just a small sample of the Australian Community Media coverage.
Moree Aboriginal Interagency chair Glen Crump explained during the northern NSW town's celebrations that the week was about creating change for a better future.
"We invite you to walk with us in a movement of Australian people for a better future," he said.
"With 2019 being celebrated as the United Nations International Year of Indigenous Languages, it's time for our knowledge to be heard through our voice.
"For generations, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have looked for significant and lasting change."
Mr Crump said Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have always wanted an enhanced role in decision-making in Australia's democracy, with a treaty the goal.
However, he said lasting and effective agreement "cannot be achieved unless we have a shared, truthful understanding of the nature of the dispute, of the history, of how we got to where we stand".
"The true story of colonisation must be told, must be heard, must be acknowledged," he said.
"Then we can move forward together. Let's work together for a shared future for everyone. State, federal and local government, it's time for action and not just talk."
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