Frontiers Wars Commemoration ANZAC Day, Canberra

A documentation of the march to the Australian War Memorial in Canberra on the 25th of April 2016 to commemorate the Frontiers Wars which commenced when then Lieutenant Cook's party shot a Gweagle man on a beach in what is now commonly known as Kurnell, Botany Bay, Sydney. The event marked the beginning of an ongoing series of wars that devastated Aboriginal Tribes across Australia.
On this day, a smoking ceremony at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy kicked the day off before the rally moved to ANZAC Parade, where a long banner was unfurled, listing just some of the battles and massacres perpetrated by European invaders. The march then proceeded towards the Australian War Memorial where, for the first time ever, a wreath was allowed to be laid by representatives of the march.
The wars remain unresolved.