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This year we have tuned in together on tv, online and radio to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia, following the call of Aunty Jean Phillips and led by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christian Leaders.

On January 26, as we continue to pray, mourn, commemorate survival and acknowledge the true history of these lands now called Australia, will you pledge your commitment to taking a stand for truth and justice by sharing a photo of your feet on country!

Let's use our Facebook feed for good and make a powerful statement - a generation making a peaceful stand, on the very day when Australians reflect on their national identity more than any other.

How do I take my photo?

We encourage you to take off your shoes and head outside to take a photo of your feet on the land you live on. If you're using your phone to take the photo, landscape orientation will work best (though you'll also be able to rotate it before posting). If you want you can also take a photo with a few people, and share it together. Then, write your acknowledgment of country (or use the one we provide), add it to this website then share it on your social media.

 

189 Photos

Paul M.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Woiworung People on whose land I stand and pay my respects to their Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus”
Jon C.
Manly NSW
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Adam B.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Jo H.
“Today I acknowledge that I stand on Kaurna land.”
Joshua L.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Fiona L.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Dja Dja Wurrung people on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. Thanks to Uncle Rick Nelson for a beautiful dawn ceremony at Leanganook, what a generous act of reconciliation ❤️”
Kylie M.
Blue Mountains, NSW
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Dharug people, the Traditional Custodians on whose land my children and I stand. We pay respects to the Elders past, present, and future. We take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. We commit to friendship and conversation with Aboriginal people. @commongraceaus ”
H Jane H.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Yaggera people who are the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Peter M.
“Today, I stand, I live, on land stolen from Dharawal people, and to my shame I know none of them personally. I acknowledge their God given custodianship of this land and respect that ancient culture, and its elders. #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Neil & Catherine S.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the peoples of the First Nation of Wiradjuri as the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Cath T.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Christine D.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Bronwyn C.
Yarrawarrah
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Dharawal people on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Margaret G.
Sydney
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on whose land, the Wann-gal people of Dharug country. I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Peter H.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Christie S.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Barbara S.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Awabakal People on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Hannah Y.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, We acknowledge the Woiworung of the Kulin nation as the Traditional Custodians on whose land We stand and pay our respects to the Elders past, present, and future. We take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Lisa I.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Ngunnawal peoples, the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Bridget H.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Tamara C.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”
Genelle N.
“Today, on this day of mourning, invasion and survival, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on whose land I stand and pay my respects to the Elders past, present, and future. I take a stand in solidarity for truth and justice and to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia. @commongraceaus ”