Black Death IPC Australia are an Indigenous Political Club based in Adelaide, South Australia, whose main focus is on providing support to families and groups affected by Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and raising awareness around issues associated with Aboriginal incarceration rates. Black Death IPC Australia strives to empower Aboriginal people through true self-determination and promoting the awareness of Sovereignty and what it truly means for our people.
Black Death IPC Australia will be attending the National Day of Action on June 18 & look forward to joining in solidarity for justice for our people.
Aboriginal Deaths in Custody is a tragic circumstance that prevents our people from moving on which lays heavily at the core of Black Death IPC Australia, with two members (from the same family) having lost six family members to deaths in custody - some names may be familiar and are: Daniel Yock, Sheldon Currie, Bradley & Shaun Coolwell, David Dungay-Hill, and Robert Malayta - all related to each other and to the two Black Death IPC Australia members. Other Black Death members have also been affected personally by deaths in custody.
Too many lives lost, too much mourning for our people, no accountability. It's time to enforce Sovereign Law.
Black Death IPC Australia fully endorses the upcoming National Day of Action on June 18, 2022.