Invasion Day 2018

Friday, 26 January 2018 - 3:34pm
Invasion Day 2018

We'll start the day will Elders Stories from our local community and some of our favourite Blak anthems.

Then at 11am, cross live to the Invasion Day rally that begins on the steps of Victorian Parliament. This year marks the 80th anniversary of the first Day of Mourning protest called by William Cooper.

Our team of presenters will be in the studio, reporting live from the rally and bringing you an afternoon of deadly music, First Nations voices and updates from actions across the land.  

Across the week our breakfast teams are bringing you Invasion Day focussed shows throughout the week as part of WAR's 7 Days of Action and there’ll be special editions of some of the regular programs also so keep listening.

Survival Day 2012
This annual broadcast by 3CR's Indigenous broadcasters marks Australia's Invasion Day. Indigenous activists have broadcast at 3CR from the year 3CR began in1976. Tune in on 26 January each year and hear the truth about 3CR's colonial past and the current campaigns to right past wrongs.



Invasion Day 2020

21 Jan 2020
We marked Invasion Day with special programming and live coverage of the Melbourne rally. Across seven hours, our programming revealed the real history of Australia, cover local and interstate events and rallies, demanded justice and celebrated the survival and culture of Aboriginal people.

Invasion Day 2019

19 Dec 2018
Every year 3CR marks Invasion Day with special programming that gives voice to the ongoing struggle for land justice in this country. Our shows cover the real history of Australia, cross to local events and rallies around town, and celebrate the survival and culture of Aboriginal people. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land – Abolish Australia Day!

Invasion Day 2018

26 Jan 2018
This year we mark Invasion Day with 6 hours of special programming from 10 am – 4 pm on Friday 26 January.

Invasion Day 2017

31 Jan 2017
On-air commemoration for Invasion Day rally 2017. Includes coverage of the Melbourne rally as well as songs, speeches and poems from Redfern in Sydney.