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Moments from the Yes23 campaign in pictures

In the Uluru Statement from the Heart, Indigenous Australians asked people to support a Voice to Parliament in Australia’s constitution, so people from all sides of politics and faith have been coming together to learn about Yes23 and to champion it.

Across Sydney and beyond, our photographer Michelle Haywood has been busy capturing special moments from the Yes23 campaign.

At the launch of Uniting’s campaign for recognition, listening and better outcomes for Indigenous Australians at the Rev. Bill Crews’ church in Ashfield.

Neil Parra meets Pat Farmer in Yass.

 

Megan Davis and Aunty Pat Anderson AO at Sydney Opera House.

 

 

Noel Pearson at Bogan Street.

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